Annemarie Bucher is an art and landscape historian who studied art history, ethnology, and philosophy at Zurich University and Landscape Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. She was a research fellow at Harvard University. She is currently working as a senior lecturer at Zurich University of the Arts and as a researcher and curator. She is the author of several books and articles on art, cultural theory, landscape, and theory and curated several exhibitions, such as “Why make Prints?” and “G59, the First National Garden Exhibition in Switzerland”. Other current work features an exhibition project on the banana as a transdisciplinary and transcultural phenomenon.
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