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Bertschmann was born in Basel, Switzerland and is living and working in New York City as a painter and graphic designer. He trained at the Kuntsgewerbeschule in Basel. His teachers were Armin Hoffmann, Walter
Bodmer, Emil Ruder, Ernst Buchner, Theo Eble, Donald Brun and others. He apprenticed at Fritz Buhler's Atelier working closely with Walther Bosshart.

David Leonardis Gallery, Chicago IL/ One-man show, 2002
Gewerbeverband Basel-Stadt Gallery/ One-man show - 140 paperworks, 1997
Outsider Art Exhibition/ Puck Show, New York NY '95, '96, '97, '98, '99
The Pittsburgh Bicentennial International Exhibition of Contemporary
Painting, Carnegie Institute PA
Howard Wise Gallery/ One-man show, Cleveland OH
Howard Wise Gallery/ Group-show, New York NY
Rare Visions, The Art & Culture Center, Miami FL
Works on Paper/ L.A., Los Angeles CA
Universal Society of Artists, Kiel, Germany
Dannenberg Gallery, SoHo, New York NY
Katharina Rich Perlow, New York NY
Circle in the Square Gallery, San Francisco CA
Collectors' Exhibition/ The Bonds for Israel Festival, Brussels, Belgium

He is represented in Private and Permanent Public Collections in the USA and

Bertschmann has been active as a graphic designer since 1951 and has worked as an independent designer since 1975 creating package design/ package design systems and corporate identity systems. Some of his major projects for the US and Swiss corporations include Binaca Dental Cream, Pantene, Bufferin, Newport Cigarettes, Kent Cigarettes, Proctor & Gamble's Aleve, Nestle's Alpine White, Chesebrough-Pond's Pond's.
Drawing, The New York Times Book Review, Feb., 2001
Choreography Bertschmann, a portfolio of six facsimile drawings, limited
edition, Birch Brook Press
Harper & Row Publishers, Inc. / Illustrations and book design