ART BASEL 2015: EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW

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WHAT IS IT?

Art Basel stages the world’s premier Modern and contemporary art shows, held annually in Basel, Miami Beach, and Hong Kong. Founded by gallerists in 1970, Art Basel has been a driving force in supporting the role that galleries play in the nurturing of artists, and the development and promotion of visual arts.

In addition to showing exciting works by world-renowned artists, Art Basel is always innovating, thus expanding its platform for new artists who represent the vanguard of the visual arts. Its worldwide reputation – earned over the last forty years – for showing work of the highest merit, and attracting the world’s leading gallerists and collectors, has made Art Basel the place where the artworld meets.

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WHEN WILL IT HAPPEN?

Basel: 2015, June 18–21

Miami Beach: 2015, December 3–6

GALLERIES YOU MUST VISIT

A arte Invernizzi

François Morellet

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

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Almine Rech Gallery

Ida TURSIC & Wilfried MILLE

Landscape and Purple and Yellow, 2014

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Andréhn-Schiptjenko

Gunnel Wåhlstrand

Slope/Sluttning, 2014

Courtesy Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm.

Barbara Mathes Gallery

John Baldessari

Double Vision: Warhol Red, 2011

Courtesy of Barbara Mathes Gallery

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Dvir Gallery

Adel Abdessemed

Mon Enfant

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Fergus McCaffrey

Mario Schifano

Untitled, 1967-69

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Galerie Carzaniga

Rolf Iseli

Abstrahlungen, 2014

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

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Vasarely

Naï, 1949

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Galerie Guido W. Baudach

Thomas Zipp

A.B.: D.P. (Discrimination Performance), 2014

Courtesy Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Photo: Roman März

Galerie Lahumière

Jean Dewasne

Apothéose de Marat – 1951

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Galerie Michael Haas

Oskar Kokoschka

Elza Temary, 1926-27

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

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Galerie Michael Haas

Georges Braque

Compotier aux trois pommes, 1941

Courtesy the artist and the gallery and Lea Gryze c/o DIE REPROFOTOGRAFEN

Galerie St. Etienne

Egon Schiele

Two Reclining Nudes, 1918

courtesy Galerie St. Etienne, New York

Galerie St. Etienne

George Grosz

Wine Bar, 1925

courtesy Galerie St. Etienne, New York

Galerie Thomas Zander

Mitch Epstein

Untitled, New York, 2014

© Black River Productions, Ltd. / Mitch Epstein, courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Galerie Vera Munro

GÜNTHER FÖRG

Untitled, 10 parts, 1988

Courtesy Galerie Vera Munro

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Daniel Guzmán

Sin título. De la serie: “Chromosome Damage”, 2014

courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, Mexico City

Maccarone

Sarah Charlesworth

Tree, 2002

Courtesy of the Sarah Charlesworth Estate and Maccarone, New York.

Moeller Fine Art

Otto Piene

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Peter Blum Gallery

Yayoi Kusama

Pumpkin, 1982

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Petzel Gallery

Adam Mcewen

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Sperone Westwater

Lucio Fontana

Concetto Spaziale, 1961

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Take Ninagawa

Taro Izumi

2012

©Taro Izumi, courtesy of Take Ninagawa, Tokyo; Photo by Kei Okano

Waddington Custot Galleries

Jean Dubuffet

Site aux itinéraires, 9 septembre 1975

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

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Josef Albers

Study for Homage to the Square, 1972

Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Art Basel Latest News:

Art Basel returns this June for its 46th Basel edition with 284 premier galleries, drawn from 33 countries, presenting premier works ranging from the Modern period of the early 20th century to the most contemporary artists of today. The show will be open to the public from Thursday, June 18, to Sunday, June 21, 2015 with two preview days on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 16 and 17 (by invitation only).

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Galleries, the main sector of the show, will feature 223 galleries presenting the highest quality of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video and editioned works. A strong list of returning exhibitors is joined by three galleries who will exhibit within the sector for the first time, having previously shown in Statements or Feature. These galleries are Rodeo, Take Ninagawa and Vilma Gold.

ART BASEL 2015: EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW-3 ART BASEL 2015: EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ART BASEL 2015: EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ART BASEL 2015 EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW 7The Feature sector presents galleries with precise curatorial projects, showing both historical and contemporary work. This year’s expanded edition will feature 30 galleries from 13 countries across both exhibition floors in Hall 2. Highlights of Feature include Michelangelo Pistoletto (Luxembourg & Dayan), John Cage (James Cohan Gallery), Constant (Borzo Galler), Andrea Bowers (Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects), Jiro Takamatsu, Nobuo Sekine, Kishio Suga, Susumu Koshimizu and Koji Enokura (Tokyo Gallery + BTAP), Judith Bernstein (Karma International), Nancy Holt (Parra & Romero), David Hammons (Salon 94) and François Dufrêne, Daniel Spoerri, Jacques Villeglé, Jean Tinguely, Martial Raysse, Alain Jacquet, Niki de Saint Phalle, Yves Klein and Arman (Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois).

Solo presentations in the Statements sector offer visitors and collectors the opportunity to discover the work of emerging artists and young galleries. This year, eight of the 16 galleries exhibiting within Statements will be new to the show: Marcelle Alix, James Fuentes, Grey Noise, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, JTT, Platform China, Galerie Gregor Staiger, Wallspace.

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Parcours, a series of site-specific sculptures, interventions and performances by renowned international artists and emerging talents, presented by Art Basel galleries, will be curated for the third time by Florence Derieux and will take place around the Münsterplatz area near the Basel cathedral.

Screened at Stadtkino Basel and curated for the first time by Maxa Zoller, the Film program will run from Monday, June 15 to Saturday, June 20 while the Talks program will take place in the auditorium within Hall 1 from Wednesday, June 17 to Sunday, June 21 offering audiences access to first-hand information on the international art world.

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