Kunsthalle Basel Night
A special night with free admission, extended opening hours, and a live sound performance by Micha Ringger conceived for Berenice Olmedo’s exhibition.
Back wall project "Verkleidung"
Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili (*1979) presents an ensemble of large-scale, quasi-abstract, almost diaphanous photographic images specifically developed for the outdoor context of the back wall of Kunsthalle Basel. The images are, as with so much of the Georgian-born artist’s practice, a mix of straight...
Tiona Nekkia McClodden
THE POETICS OF BEAUTY WILL INEVITABLY RESORT TO THE MOST BASE PLEADINGS AND OTHER WILES IN ORDER TO SECURE ITS RELEASE
For her very first institutional solo exhibition in Europe, Tiona Nekkia McClodden (*1981) weaves together a body of all new work to continue her ongoing exploration of the intersections of control, threat, desire, and pleasure. Imagining the whole of her exhibition as a kind of theoretical choke...
"In Ekstase," by British artist P. Staff (* 1987), incorporates all new works in video, sculpture, and installation. As their largest solo show to date, it draws on persistent concerns of the artist, such as the myriad processes by which the living—especially marginalized communities—are disciplined...
“Kartoffel” (German for potato): what more prosaic thing than this lowly root vegetable could there be, whose name also happens to be a derogatory term used to describe Germans? German-Vietnamese artist Phung-Tien Phan (*1983) takes up the potato, in its casual-but-hearty ordinariness and its...
Have You Checked the Children
Over the last decade, Diego Marcon (*1985) has used cinematic and sculpture means to interrogate the fraught relationship between reality and representation. Tracing inspirations ranging from the cinematic genres of horror to slapstick comedy, the musical to the cartoon, the Italian artist presents...
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