The Museum is showing the first exhibition of Norbert Bisky (1970) in Switzerland. On the basis of the sensitive social spectrum of family themes, it offers a concentrated insight into his paintings of the last ten years and presents numerous new works. The starting point for this was historical photos from the Brown family archive (founders of the ABB concern), which is housed in the Langmatt Museum. In the history of the Brown family, who had Villa Langmatt built in 1900, Norbert Bisky recognizes his own.  Norbert Bisky’s pictures show super-bright depictions of mostly young men in the wild, a seemingly heroic idyll, which, however, already becomes questionable at second glance. This painting, filled with light and movement, shows an interesting thematic parallel to central motifs of French Impressionism, which is represented in the collection of the Langmatt Museum.