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David Claerbout: the Nazi Olympics in ruins

... plans to extend its opening hours sporadically during the run of the show so that the installation can be experienced at different times of day. • For up-to-date opening hours, visit www.schaulager.com David Claerbout: the Nazi Olympics in ruins #Report #Art_Basel_2017 #Schaulager

Welcome to Basel (and Mulhouse)

... collection of the Museum der Kulturen are being shown in an exhibition that looks at migration on a global scale over the past six centuries. • For details of the venues hosting Magnet Basel, visit www.magnetbasel.ch Welcome to Basel (and Mulhouse) #Report #Art_Basel_2017

Fondation Beyeler builds on 20 years of success

... gives around SFr1.5m a year. Most of its income derives from ticket sales and other commercial activities, with only 10% of the budget coming from the city of Basel and the municipality of Riehen. Fondation Beyeler builds on 20 years of success #News #Report #Art_Basel_2017 #Fondation_Beyeler

Wolfgang Tillmans: ‘It’s the great album tracks that didn’t become singles’

... Tillmans says. “But it looks at a good portion of the work that I make and delves in deep and doesn’t shy away from making them comparable.” Wolfgang Tillmans: ‘It’s the great album tracks that didn’t become singles’ #Artist_interview #Report #Art_Basel_2017 #Fondation_Beyeler #Wolfgang_Tillmans

Where does all the art go after a fair?

... tightened up considerably by bringing in new regulations, notably demanding registration of the identities of the owners of goods coming in and of buyers of goods going out of freeports such as the one in Geneva. Where does all the art go after a fair? #Report #Art_Basel_2017

Interview: Wim Delvoye digests the Tinguely Museum

... in the body work. It is like a new flying carpet. We want to compete with historical examples. Today you have so many tools at your disposal, but I don’t want to just copy, I want to compete.” Interview: Wim Delvoye digests the Tinguely Museum #Report #Art_Basel_2017

Kunstmuseum Basel presents Serra as you’ve never seen him

... but still, when we walk across fairs and see what galleries are showing, it’s mostly object-based.” If you’ve had enough of the objects at the fairs this week, you know where to go. Kunstmuseum Basel presents Serra as you’ve never seen him #Report #Art_Basel_2017

Interview: the name’s Charrière, Julian Charrière

... before printing. The images are reminiscent of Bernd and Hilla Becker’s documentation of the crumbling industrial structures of the Rühr, but for the white spotting caused by the deadly radiation. Interview: the name’s Charrière, Julian Charrière #Report #Art_Basel_2017

Kasper König: in praise of an artists’ curator

... old Volvo and it never died, you could drive hundreds of thousands of kilometres in it. And so I would, with this old car, drive the snowman dummy to Saarbrücken and then hand it over to Kasper.” Kasper König: in praise of an artists’ curator #Report #Art_Basel_2017

Cézanne: the sketch artist exposed

... interactive digital display, the result gives visitors a physical sense of Cézanne’s working process, Haldemann says. “We wanted to mediate the idea of how the paper feels—how he held it in his hand to draw.” Cézanne: the sketch artist exposed #Report #Art_Basel_2017

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