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Art 42 Basel Features 20 Gallery-Curated Projects
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BASEL.- The Art Feature sector at Art 42 Basel focuses on precise curatorial projects from artists of many generations. It is located alongside the Art Galleries sector on both floors of Hall 2 and presents 20 projects. With over 200 applications to choose from, the Art Basel Committee and the sector’s experts selected galleries from 12 countries on three continents. The projects chosen promise unexpected and provocative solo presentations and juxtapositions, as well as solo presentations featuring works by artists representing different cultural backgrounds, generations, and artistic approaches.

The following galleries and artists have been selected by the Art Basel Committee:

Galerie Guido W. Baudach | Berlin: Thomas Zipp, Jürgen Klauke • Bo Bjerggaard | Copenhagen: Poul Gernes, Per Kirkeby • Gallery Chemould Prescott Road | Mumbai: Nalini Malani, Nilima Sheikh • Freymond-Guth & Co. Fine Arts | Zurich: Sylvia Sleigh • G.A.M. Galleria d'Arte Maggiore | Bologna: Giorgio Morandi • Alison Jacques Gallery | London: Lygia Clark • Galerie Michael Janssen | Berlin: Gianfranco Baruchello • Tanya Leighton Gallery | Berlin: John Smith • Frank Lloyd Gallery | Santa Monica: Craig Kauffman • Nanzuka Underground | Tokyo: Keiichi Tanaami • Noire Contemporary Art | Torino: Alighiero Boetti • Galleri Opdahl | Stavanger: Jimmie Durham • ProjecteSD | Barcelona: Jochen Lempert • Raster | Warszawa: KwieKulik • Reena Spaulings Fine Art | New York: Klara Lidén • Galleria S.A.L.E.S. | Roma: Stefano Arienti, Alighiero Boetti • Suzy Shammah | Milano: Rémy Zaugg, Florian Slotawa • Tilton Gallery | New York: David Hammons, Noah Purifoy, Betye Saar, John Outterbridge, Mel Edwards, Timothy Washington, Senga Nengudi • 100 Tonson Gallery | Bangkok: Rirkrit Tiravanija • Wilkinson Gallery | London: Laurie Simmons; Jimmy De Sana






Today's News

April 20, 2011

Celia, the Most Beautiful Boy in the World (and Percy) Star in Bonhams Hockney Sale

Poland's Most Precious Painting, "Lady with an Ermine" by Leonardo da Vinci to Hit the Road

Museums Organize Exhibition Devoted to Rembrandt's Representation of Jesus

The BAT Artventure Collection Part Two Realises $ 4,198,489 at Sotheby's in Amsterdam

Sotheby's London to Offer Magnificent Nineteenth Century Life-Size Marble Sculptures

Photographs from the Heinz Hajek-Halke Estate to Be Sold at Sotheby's in Paris

Sotheby's Hong Kong to Sell Mei Yun Tang Collection of Paintings by Chang Dai-chien

Victoria & Albert Museum Acquires Spectacular Ottoman Tankard with Help from the Art Fund

Sotheby's London to Unveil Ron Arad's New Design as Part of a Selling Exhibition of Israeli Design

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Presents Exhibition of the Work by Teresita Fernández

Major Work by Constantinos Volanakis to Highlight Sotheby's Greek Sale in May

Colombian Master Fernando Botero to Offer Solo Sale at Sotheby's in New York

A Hulking Sculpture Meant to Promote Turkish-Armenian Reconciliation Faces Demolition

Rare Books, Maps, Americana and Autographs to Be Auctioned at Doyle New York

Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Collectors Committee Brings in Eight New Acquisitions

Royal Collection Presents Exhibition of 42 Paintings of Dutch 17th-Century Landscapes

The Museum Ludwig Presents Exhibition by Vija Celmins: Desert, Sea, and Stars

The Hackney Hoard: Coroner to Rule on Unique and Historic Treasure Case Found in Garden

Art 42 Basel Features 20 Gallery-Curated Projects

University of Arizona School of Music Recently Acquired Linda Ronstadt Collection

Christie's Hong Kong Spring Sale of Important Watches on 30 May 2011

The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Appoints Diplomat Ted Lipman as its Chief Executive Officer

Winterthur Museum Acquires One of the Earliest Known American Depictions of the Easter Bunny

Civil Rights Museum Opens in Great Barrington

Boston Breaks Ground on New Tea Party Museum

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1.- Grasshopper found embedded in van Gogh masterpiece at Nelson-Atkins

2.- Scientists discover a mysterious, plane-sized 'void' in Great Pyramid in Egypt

3.- The largest collection of Viking artifacts on display in North America comes to the Royal Ontario Museum

4.- Rafael Soriano opens at Frost Art Museum FIU: Kicks off Miami's Art Basel season

5.- Cleveland Museum of Art releases new strategic plan

6.- Exhibition tells the story of the artists who fled to Britain to escape war in France

7.- Zahi Hawass criticises pyramid void 'discovery'

8.- French court to rule on Nazi-looted Pissarro painting

9.- Clark Art Institute exhibition studies less-explored aspects of Impressionist works

10.- Exhibitions in Germany and Switzerland present works from the Gurlitt Estate



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