This summer marks the end of a full year of programming at Hacienda, an off-space located in Zurich’s Seefeld neighborhood. Run by Arthur Fink, Fabian Marti and Oskar Weiss, Hacienda is located in an apartment in a small townhouse, lending the exhibitions a domestic feel. The project’s three founders each have a different background: Fink currently studies art history and philosophy in Basel after having worked with Karma International, Zurich; Marti is an artist who co-founded the artists’ collective PAC and the artist-run space CAP in Fribourg and established the Zurich Arts Club; Weiss also runs Galerie Weiss, a bookshop in Zurich which was formerly a gallery, and works on different artists’ archives and estates. Given their backgrounds, the presence of a library reading room in Hacienda is no surprise; neither is the fact that they create their program through discussions and research. Their first year of operation has seen them work with Swedish artist Karl Holmqvist, who designed the Hacienda logo; Swiss artist Hannah Weinberger, who created the space’s inaugural exhibition; the Swiss experimental musician and artist Anton Bruhin; and American artist Pentti Monkkonen. After “Swiss Jarry,” a solo show by Rainer Ganahl in May; “Naughty by Nature,” an exhibition by Lisa Anne Auerbach and Liz Craft in June, and then “1989 – 2013,” a solo show by Keith Boadwee in July, Hacienda will have to move to a new location. Stay tuned!