For her first solo exhibition in Switzerland, Galerie Sébastien Bertrand in Geneva was transformed into a studio/work residency for a few weeks, during which Chloe Wise produced new artworks in the gallery space, creating sculptures and paintings of food (a subject she is already known for) and more precisely, producing works centered around what one might find at a picnic. In this case, Wise's picnic is an erotic and sumptuous one, boasting fake food, where cheese is placed alongside high-end brand logos, jam, models basking in the great outdoors, and nudes in fields, in a gratuitous combination of painting, sculpture and installation. That’s something else, my sweet is taken from E.E. Cummings’ poem If I. The tone of the passage is simultaneously condescending yet affectionate, as though spoken by someone who would console you after having tricked you moments before. Chloe Wise's 'That's Something Else, My Sweet' ends on July 4, 2015 at Galerie Sébastien Bertrand in Geneva. photographs by Annik Wetter.