….these days in Basel! ©Ruby Anemic “You Can Have it All” at Scope
No less than six exhibitions take place this upcoming week in Basel:
Art Basel is the leading art show globally with nearly 300 participating top galleries and over 2,500 artists. They range from the great masters of modern art to the latest generation of emerging stars. Can you imagine: 65,000 people attended Art Basel in 2011 within just 5 days (including preview day, on which celebrities and large collectors make their picks), that results in 13’000 people a day! Visit the special section Art Statement with young and emerging artists and the best part, absolutely not to miss is Art Unlimited for installations, sculptures and video art with great needs for space.
Or visit Scope: Scope believes that the creative act has no bounds. Their SCOPE is infinite: pioneering work across disciplines is presented there. They have covered over a decade with critically acclaimed art fairs. Extending beyond the ordinary in contemporary art, design, music, fashion and non-profit initiatives, Scope is a sure bet. See our introducing image by Ruby Anemic “You Can Have it All”. Scope is hosting 80 galleries at the Kaserne Basel. Browse already now the most interesting art and reserve your artwork.
VOLTA exhibits at the Dreispitzhalle with exciting emerging artists showing new and relevant positions for curators and collectors alike.
© Maess, Untitled
The Solo Project show at the St. Jakob Halle was set up by Paul Kusseneers Gallery in Antwerp and is supported by an array of established galleries. By addressing some key qualities, which are missing in the current international art agenda, the fair showcases works by leading artists, presented by a carefully selected group of international galleries.
Liste 17 for young and uprising artists with 64 galleries from 22 countries. Galleries may not be older than 5 years old and artist must be younger than 40.
Selection Art Ten Galleries present more than 200 european and asian art works. This years guest country is South Korea.
More information also at Basel Art Week.