Andreas Züst Library | What's new in Visual Communication? |

Andreas Züst was a legendary figure both within Switzerland and the European art world at large. He was a Renaissance man with an insatiable appetite for knowledge and he was a lover of books. His library represented all of these passions in some 12,000 volumes on topics such as the weather, geology, astronomy, physics, botany, the history of art, anthropology, polar expeditions, photography, painting, literature, music, kitsch, UFOs, Hell’s Angels, and the myriad other subjects that follow.

This library is open to the public as of 17 November 2012 until 31 January 2013 at CAN (Centre d'art Neuchâtel, Switzerland).