Art Basel 2017 will happen in Switzerland from June 15 – 18. Basel show brings the international artworld together.
The show presents 291 of the world’s leading galleries showing the works of over 4,000 artists. A full program of artworld talks takes place each day. Exhibitions and events are also offered by cultural institutions in Basel and the surrounding area, creating an exciting, region-wide art week.
See below a selection of galleries you should visit.
CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS has been in existence since 1992 and is managed by Bruno Brunnet and Nicole Hackert. Contemporary Fine Arts is located in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
Opened in 1980 in Los Angeles by Larry Gagosian, Gagosian Gallery is one of the world’s foremost modern and contemporary art galleries, with sixteen galleries worldwide in New York, Beverly Hills, London, Rome, Athens, Paris, Geneva, and Hong Kong.Over the last three decades, Gagosian has presented an unparalleled program of exhibitions by the world’s most acclaimed artists.
Gladstone Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery with locations in New York and Brussels. Representing more than fifty artists, as well as major foundations and estates, Gladstone Gallery has played a significant role in launching the careers of several of the most notable artists working today.
Founded in 1996 by partners Rachel Lehmann and David Maupin, Lehmann Maupin has fostered the careers of a diverse group of internationally renowned artists, both emerging and established, working in multiple disciplines and across varied media. With three locations—two in New York and one in Hong Kong—the gallery represents artists from the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Africa, and the Middle East. Known for championing artists who create groundbreaking and challenging forms of visual expression, Lehmann Maupin presents work highlighting personal investigations and individual narratives.
The gallery was founded in 1988 by Barbara Wien in Berlin. From the outset, the gallery programme was shaped by interest in the revolutionary artistic concepts of the 60s and their further development. Following the close collaboration with Dieter Roth and Tomas Schmit, the gallery established a diverse showcase of exhibitions, with accompanying publications, from the likes of Arthur Köpcke, Robert Filliou, Emmett Williams, Hans-Peter Feldmann and many other artists from the European conceptual art movement. Barbara Wien represents internationally successful artists of different generations.