The exhibition "The Great and the Good" is a collection of photographs from some of the most well-known photographers. It focuses on the idea of 'The Great and The Good, presenting various images that explore this concept in multiple ways, showing different photographic styles and subjects, from portraits of famous figures to landscapes.It includes internationally acclaimed fine-art photographer Andreas H. Bitesnich, known for his nude photography. In addition, our exhibition features the work of Sebastian Copeland, a photographer and environmentalist who has won multiple awards. Our winter show in St. Moritz also features the work of the German photographer Elger Esser, whose luminous landscape photographs are almost totally devoid of people and frequently have a straight, low horizon line. His pictures are pale and brilliant. You will also learn about the incredible work of Los Angeles-based photographer Tony Kelly. He creates daring, brightly colourful, and frequently irreverent images. With these photographs, he blurs the limits between fashion and fine art. We showcase iconic photographs by Terry O'Neill, one of the world's most extensively collected photographers. Among the pictures we highlight is the one of Brigitte Bardot, of which only a few double-signed copies are left. In addition, the show includes some work by David Yarrow, who is recognised worldwide as one of the most outstanding photographers. The exquisite and one-of-a-kind ceramic pieces designed by Jojo Corvaiá and the contemporary furniture design of Vincent Mazenauer are other facets of the exhibition that stands out this year. Last but not least, this year's display will feature images of mountains taken by Swiss-based artist Thomas Crauwels.