Fragile Express loves art and offers artworks for sale. In our growing database you find surprising pieces by emerging and leading artists from all over the world that you can simply enjoy or also purchase.

In case of a sale Fragile Express does not take any commission fees. We forward any contacts of potential buyers and interested parties directly to the artist. Fragile Express excludes any obligations and responsibilities concerning any payments, shippings and insurances.

Isabelle Couture, Yellowjacket, 2017
Brooke Major, Paris Place de l’etoile, 2017
Hale Aydar, PD-7, 2018
Cailin Rawlins, Don’t Let the Monster Win, 2018
Diego Benéitez, El Presente Del Pasado, 2017
Alexander Mateev, The last Heretic, 2017
Dragomir Misina, Shift 1, 2015
Nadya Polevich, Incontro, 2014
Julie Adriansen, Maiden Voyage,2017
B.White, In my Time of Dying, 2017
Ulrike Heydasch, Hinterm Bahndamm – Parzelle IV, 2018
Stephanie Konu, Covered Path, 2018
Amiram Eini, Refugees, 2016
Novak Slunjski, Untitled, 2016
Karin Goeppert, Chevaux, 2018
 

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THE VISIONARY PROJECTS

The Visionary Projects curates meaningful experiences with influential artists, creators & innovators in cities around the world. With a goal to promote creativity, personal growth and social change, we utilize the strengths of our collective outreach to learn the specialties of these visionary leaders. These kinds of workshops & events are meant for everyone - beginner to professional, of all backgrounds. Our team shares personal and professional knowledge of fine art, photography, filmmaking, writing, yoga & general wellbeing.

Zoran Zekanovic, Blue Surround, 2016
May-Linn Aaslie, January in North
Nils Köpfer, Untitled, 2017
Allison Estergard, Portal, 2018
Lauren Walkiewicz, Smile Bitch, 2017
MXA, Purgatory, 2018
Steffi Koch, Untitled, 2017
Franceska, Black Face, 2017
Marie2n1, Melting 171216, 2017
Fabian Kiepenheuer, Untitled #1, 2008
Laura Burke, Traces of Something, 2016
Tammy Kushnir, The Frozen Pond, 2019
Piotr Pardiak, See(a), 2016
John Kang, Untitled, 2017
Eugenio Azzola, Three Geese in a Flock II, 2018
 

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MAISON DELPHINE

Maison Delphine is a little exquisite store in Zurich, Switzerland, that sells ex­clu­sive and handmade clothes weaved with the highest quality of cashmere. Each piece in the collection is produced personally, tailored according to individual specifications and customised to personal colours. Clients can visit the beautiful store in order to get inspired by the beautiful yarn samples, or to try on the latest collection. Maison Delphine obtains its yarn from traditional, italian companies like Cariaggi Lanificio Spa or Loro Piana. Additional to the collection, some paintings by a local artist are displayed within the showroom, complimenting the soft and warm colours of the collection.

Jack Charles Gwyer, Composition 6, 2018
T. H. Bucerius, No. 5, 2017
Luisa Bruschke, Bright Darkness I, 2017
Ulrike Heydasch, “Because you’re not here”, 2018
Alexander Mateev, Arab Spring, 2017
Luisa Bruschke, Bright Darkness II, 2017
Shane R. Holtzman, Broken Glass in a Sunlit Field, 2016
Kate Chesters, I’m with You, 2016
Chris Dietzel, Mausetod, 2017
Piotr Pardiak, See(a), 2016
Silke Natschke, How to Get Things Right, 2017
Tim Lorenz, Stau 4, 2016
Gitta Duoba, End of Summer, 2017
Rentian Qui, Look Right Through Me No.4, 2016
Michael Dowling, Everyone Looks Like a Clown, 2018
 

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MAISON DELPHINE

Maison Delphine is a little exquisite store in Zurich, Switzerland, that sells ex­clu­sive and handmade clothes weaved with the highest quality of cashmere. Each piece in the collection is produced personally, tailored according to individual specifications and customised to personal colours. Clients can visit the beautiful store in order to get inspired by the beautiful yarn samples, or to try on the latest collection. Maison Delphine obtains its yarn from traditional, italian companies like Cariaggi Lanificio Spa or Loro Piana. Additional to the collection, some paintings by a local artist are displayed within the showroom, complimenting the soft and warm colours of the collection.

Dan Terry, Texas Longhorns & Bluebonnets Mural, 2017
Lina Kobeissi, The Rush (Cooper), 2016
Nyssa Perrin Clark, Exploding Blooms, 2018
Piotr Pardiak, Head, 2016
David Cow, La La Land -City of Stars, 2016
Cailin Rawlins, Don’t Let the Monster Win, 2018
T. H. Bucerius, No. 5, 2017
Alexander Mateev, The last Heretic, 2017
Natalia Juarez, Daisies in Vase, 2016
Ørjan Elias Ebbesen Eikemo, Stonewalk, 2016
Tamara Wasserman, Drunk by Night, 2018
Lauran van Oers, Fauvist Nude II, 2017
Juan Sanchez, “Helga”, 2017
Lauren Walkiewicz, Smile Bitch, 2017
Mathias Roloff, M.K., 2018
 

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Atelier Schipfe 27

The atelier Schipfe 27 is located at the medieval arcaded sidewalk called Schipfe directly at the bank of the river Limmat in the heart of Zurich in Switzerland. In this beautiful and idyllic studio Susanna Rüttimann – Kiepenheuer, works as an artist. Initially, she produced utility ceramics, but later she decided to focus her creative activity on female sculptures which she is creating and additionally displaying in her studio. Furthermore, she held exhibitions in European galleries in Berlin, Brussels, St. Gallen, Winterthur and Zurich. In 1982, one of her works was displayed at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.

Franceska, Black Face, 2017
Manlio Matteo Albi Marini, Mapping, 2016
Luis Andre, Central Park, 2017
Shona Masters, Maelstrom, 2016
Liga Kempe, Kingdom, 2016
Suki Nabarro, Lost it, 2017
Andreas Lüthi, Dancing Barefoot, 2019
Kati Mansikkaniemi, Anonymous, 2017
David Willis, Jungalero, 2018
Masahiro Ogawa, Untitled, 2016
Juan Sanchez, Ghiaccio, 2017
Cecilia Betancourt, Lives, 2015
Sladjana Andrekulovic, Portrait, 2017
Anthony K. Gardner, 4 Plato’s, 2017
Wanda Decca, Interior Landscape, 2016
 

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NO GLOSS MAGAZINE BY ANNA MAIER

Anna Maier has been a journalist for two decades. Her Blog "No Gloss Magazine" tells maverick life stories and focuses on issues that spark debate and make us think. Toss the gloss and dig in deep. Her stories are scratching below the surface and delves beneath the gloss, focusing on extraordinary people, for lateral thinkers who care about culture, politics, architecture, and travel.

Shona Masters, Simplicity on a White Ground, 2016
Ulrike Heydasch, “Because you’re not here”, 2018
Fabian Kiepenheuer, Untitled Nr. 18, 2018
Jasmine Mills, Canopy, 2017
Lauren Walkiewicz, Smile Bitch, 2017
Marie Falestål, Prisma, 2018
Christoph Bodmer, Berlin X-Berg, 2017
Luisa Bruschke, Bright Darkness II, 2017
Emily Krueckl, Ryann, 2018
Karen Goetzinger, Indelible Mark, 2018
Deadhippy, Devil within Pt.1, 2017
Gail Winbury, Dawning, 2017
Dusko Rokvic, Moon in the botlle, 2018
Angelina Gaus, Untitled, 2017
David Cow, La La Land -City of Stars, 2016
 

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THE SLOW

With a successful 9 months of open doors in Bali, The Slow has made its mark as a premier island stay with an artful agenda. Located in the southern hood of buzzing Canngu, the multifaceted establishment incorporates all-day dining and drinks, art and local culture, boutique accommodation, and interactive retail. The eclectic space gravitates around the owners’ personal art collection, with a private collection of featured arts by the likes of Chris Searl, Rostarr, Simon Lekias and Kate Bellm. 

Katja Schellekens, Wild Flowers, 2017
Natalia Juarez, We are Voyeurs, 2017
Lika Kalandadze, Deep Blue Sea, 2018
Rachel Arif, Sonnet, 2018
Damien Demaiter, The Things of Life, 2018
Eva Jeske, Throw …, 2018
Gillian Woodley, Torso, 2015
Allison Estergard, Portal, 2018
Brenda Salamone, Nebula, 2016
Jasmine Cadenhead, King Tide, 2017
Miriam Prantl, Eightfolds 5a, 2018
Maria Arismendi, Carretera Nublada #2, 2017
Kathryn Last, Amongst Friends, 2017
Patricia Slosiar, One Life, 2017
Nash Abstract, Arrwa, 2017
 

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MAISON DELPHINE

Maison Delphine is a little exquisite store in Zurich, Switzerland, that sells ex­clu­sive and handmade clothes weaved with the highest quality of cashmere. Each piece in the collection is produced personally, tailored according to individual specifications and customised to personal colours. Clients can visit the beautiful store in order to get inspired by the beautiful yarn samples, or to try on the latest collection. Maison Delphine obtains its yarn from traditional, italian companies like Cariaggi Lanificio Spa or Loro Piana. Additional to the collection, some paintings by a local artist are displayed within the showroom, complimenting the soft and warm colours of the collection.

Maria Luisa Vino, Untitled, 2016
Jakob Pek, Fussure, 2016
Alexander Mateev, The last Heretic, 2017
Elena Telyatnik, Path of Soul 4, 2016
Stefania Abico, Electro-Pop, 2017
Ignacio Alvaro, Cuchimilcos, 2016
Frank Jaehne, Abstract No. 076, 2016
Nao Minei, Untilled, 2019
Juan Sanchez, Candle, 2017
Fabian Kiepenheuer, Storm in a Waterglass, 2015
Emily Krueckl, Elle Ne Sait Pas, 2018
Wanda Decca, Interior Landscape, 2016
Lauren Walkiewicz, Smile Bitch, 2017
Malinkina Ekaterina, Red Woman, 2018
Francisca Rodillo de Vicente, Anónimo, 2016
 

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Atelier Schipfe 27

The atelier Schipfe 27 is located at the medieval arcaded sidewalk called Schipfe directly at the bank of the river Limmat in the heart of Zurich in Switzerland. In this beautiful and idyllic studio Susanna Rüttimann – Kiepenheuer, works as an artist. Initially, she produced utility ceramics, but later she decided to focus her creative activity on female sculptures which she is creating and additionally displaying in her studio. Furthermore, she held exhibitions in European galleries in Berlin, Brussels, St. Gallen, Winterthur and Zurich. In 1982, one of her works was displayed at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.

Elizaveta O’Grady, Sunset, 2017
David Willis, Jungalero, 2018
Dimitra Kavvada, Silence, 2016
Jane Downing, Letting Go, 2016
Lina Kobeissi, The Rush (Silver), 2016
Marie2n1, Melting 171216, 2017
Spencer Patrick, City in Puddles, 2017
Lisa Lupieri, Happy Women’s Day, 2017
Cailin Rawlins, Don’t Let the Monster Win, 2018
Liga Kempe, Kingdom, 2016
Fabian Kiepenheuer, Storm in a Waterglass, 2015
Fabian Kiepenheuer, Topography of an Ocean, 2019
Faces everywhere, Deardeadhippy, 2018
Nico Vaerewijck, Untitled, 2012
Dragomir Misina, Shift 1, 2015
 

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NO GLOSS MAGAZINE BY ANNA MAIER

Anna Maier has been a journalist for two decades. Her Blog "No Gloss Magazine" tells maverick life stories and focuses on issues that spark debate and make us think. Toss the gloss and dig in deep. Her stories are scratching below the surface and delves beneath the gloss, focusing on extraordinary people, for lateral thinkers who care about culture, politics, architecture, and travel.

Isabelle Couture, Yellowjacket, 2017
Jill M. Hundahl, Poets & Poppies, 2015
David Willis, Jungalero, 2018
Kelvin Low, Freedom 3, 2017
Anita Heitzmann, Catching Summer, 2017
Wanda Decca, Interior Landscape, 2016
Leolie Winters, Disapearing Tide, 2016
Bohdan Sokur, Olympic Games, 2018
Luisa Bruschke, Golden Circle, 2017
Linnea Broling, Lush, 2017
Philippe Halaburda, Spatial Representation of Emotion, 2018
T. H. Bucerius, No. 5, 2017
Nils Köpfer, Untitled, 2017
Nehuen Wolf, Ludmila, 2014
Natalia Juarez, Daisies in Vase, 2016

 

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