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Art Basel and Scope at Art Basel 2016

Posted on June 21, 2016 | 0 comments

We went to visit Art Basel this June and found the most inspiring artists for you. 

We found the latest works of the likes of Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst and Tony Cragg, but also found some impressive art by other rising stars such as A Kassen, Jeppe Hein, Idris Khan, Zhan Wan and Adriana Varejao.

But as art is a highly personal experience I am sure you will all have your own favourite.

 If you need help in purchasing any of the below artworks, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

And if you can't or don't want to splash out millions on the artworlds most renowned artists, we are always here to help find a more affordable piece, that is just as special, for you.

But now, first things first...

 

Our Best Of Art Basel 2016

Gillian Wearing - My Mother's Charms

Metal Chain, 3D printed objects and mixed media. 160 x 400 x 15 cm

Lucio Fontana

Concetto Spaziale, Attese - Waterpaint on white and black canvas

Alberto Burri

Combustione Plastica - Plastic and acrylic on canvas / 85 x 99 cm

 

 

Both artworks by Adam Fuss - Photography

Both untitled - pigment prints

Tom Wesselmann

Oil on cut-out aluminium

 

Andy Warhol

Shadow - Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas

 

Jeff Koons

Wall Relief with Bird - Polychromed Wood

 

Julie Mehretu

Epigraph, Damascus

Photogravure, sugar lift aquatint, spit bite aqautint

 

Rirkrit Tiravanija

Seventh chapter: to all appearance, the traveler acts like a mediumistic being who, from the labyrinth beyond time and space, seeks his way out to the clearing, the math compass helps

 

Jane Lee 

Coiling 1 - Hand collected tracing paper, insert pins - 63x63 cm

 

Haegue Yang

Non-folding -Geometric Tipping

Stencil, white paper, spray paint - 125 x 88 cm

 

Joan Miro

Paysage - Oil on Canvas - 130 x 97 cm

 

Tony Cragg

Drawn Figure - Stainless Steel

 

Otto Piene

Nocturno - Oil and Fire on Canvas

 

 

Anish Kapoor

Mirror (Laser Red to Oriental Blue)

 

 

Jeff Koons

Gazing Ball (Rembrandt Self-Portrait Wearing a Hat)

Oil on canvas, glass, and aluminum - Size (cm) 163.8 × 132.7 × 37.5

 

Doug Aitken

EVERY THING - Mirror, fiberglass, resin

 

 

El Anatsui

Another Place - Found aluminum and copper wire

Giulio Paolini

Mimesi - Chalk sculptures

Art Basel is one of the world shows where one day is not enough to see everything that is worth seeing. Let alone really experience the art to their full extend. Therefore we will stick with the above as a selection of importance.

General impressions of Art Basel:

 

 

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