SCHEUBLEIN + BAK is driven by a focus on curating and presenting extraordinary exhibitions with select artistic positions that reflect the cornerstones of the global discourse on contemporary art. By entering in a dialogue with architectures of the past, the exhibitions are designed to lend contemporary art a remarkable aura to radiate in, and to offer artists an innovative platform to market their work. Since 2011 Sihlberg Castle - the former manor house of the famous Swiss brewery family Hürlimann (built in 1898) - serves as the focal location for SCHEUBLEIN + BAK. In 2012 further pop-up locations were added to the exhibition programme such as a turn-of-the-century shipyard in Zurich and a first-generation cinema in the Alps. The permanent gallery at Sihlberg Castle is open by appointment throughout the year.