St Moritz, 8th November 2016 - by Alex Mackay
St Moritz Cricket Club, organisers of the annual Cricket on Ice Trophy on the lake of St Moritz each February and participants in the Cresta Club Charity match in the summer, has
announced that Rolf Sachs has agreed to be their patron.
Mr. John Hallam, President of St Moritz Cricket Club said, “I'm delighted that Rolf has accepted our invite to be our Patron. Rolf is a well known personality, especially in St. Moritz, and he hosts a fun summer cricket event where we are invited”.
St Moritz CC vice-President, Mr. Alexander Mackay added, “This is a very exciting step for St Moritz CC and Cricket on Ice. We have a patron of real substance, a popular & famous figure in St Moritz & around the world. We are very grateful.”
Rolf Sachs was born in Lausanne, Switzerland, to Anne-Marie Faure and Gunter Sachs, the accomplished German industrialist, photographer, author and socialite descended from the well-known
Sachs-Opel industrial families.Rolf Sachs went to school at Le Rosey, Rolle/Gstaad and the Lyceum Alpinum, Zuoz, where he acquired his passion for sport & for cricket in particular.
For more than thirty years his work as an artist, spanning photography, sculpture, installations, architectural projects and set design, has been exhibited internationally in art and design galleries, as well as in museums like the Museum of Applied Arts in Cologne and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. His creative practice is known for moving freely between art and design aiming to surprise audiences through an inquisitive and conceptual approach.
For more about Rolf Sachs refer to Wikipedia or his personal web presence at www.rolfsachs.com.