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Sep 21, 2013 07:00 pm Nov 10, 2013 Basel Kunsthalle Basel Leonor Antunes

Poster, Kunsthalle 2013, Design: Manuel Raeder



Kunsthalle Basel

Leonor Antunes

the last days in chimalistac
Opening Sep 21, 2013 at 07:00 pm
Start date Sep 22, 2013
End date Nov 10, 2013

The exhibition "the last days in chimalistac" at Kunsthalle Basel is the first solo show by Leonor Antunes in Switzerland. The Portuguese-born, Berlin-based artist has used the entire ground floor gallery of the Kunsthalle to present an installation that encompasses a series of sculptural works engaging with the histories of 20th-century architecture, design and art. Antunes frequently takes as her starting point design objects, architectural details and art works belonging to the international Modern Movement. In her own sculptures, these earlier objects are reinterpreted in different materials and may thereby retain their original size or be scaled down. Most of the 20th¬century art works, objects and buildings addressed by Antunes are those that employ the grid as the organizational basis of their architectural volume, design or picture plane. The underlying presence of the grid becomes the most striking common feature of Antunes´s own sculptural pieces. These latter are realized in materials that have a natural or slightly antiquated touch to them, such as rope, wood, leather and brass, and use techniques often borrowed from vernacular traditions of craftsmanship originating from various locations, such as South America, Mexico and Portugal.

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Sep 13, 2013 07:00 pm Nov 10, 2013 Basel Kunsthalle Basel Allyson Vieira



Kunsthalle Basel

Allyson Vieira

The Plural Present
Opening Sep 13, 2013 at 07:00 pm
Start date Sep 14, 2013
End date Nov 10, 2013

Kunsthalle Basel is proud to present the first solo exhibition of Allyson Vieira in Europe. The exhibition opens on Friday, September 13th, 2013. In the exhibition The Plural Present at Kunsthalle Basel, Vieira is showing sculptures made of simple construction materials such as brick, concrete, metal and plaster. Two collapsing walls of aluminium bars – The Long Walls – determine the choreography and our perception of the gallery space. These establish the direction of movement along the longitudinal walls and at the same time, through their regular matrix, establish visual axes right across the room. Between the walls we encounter the central figural group, Beauty, Mirth, and Abundance. The three female figures in contrapposto are modelled out of bricks and make allusion to the much-copied marble statue group of the Three Graces today housed in the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Leaning against the walls of the gallery are pieces from Vieira´s on-going Clads series, begun in 2012. They call to mind antique steles and wall reliefs, geological sediments, or minimalist sculptures such as John McCracken´s monolithic slabs.

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Exhibitions in artist-info 484 ( S 287/ G 197) Shown Artists - Top 5 of 1619
(no. of shows) - all shows - Top 100
Walter Bodmer [Gruppe 33] (8) - 41
Wassily Kandinsky [Vasily Vasilyevich Kandinsky, Wassili Wassiljewitsch Kandinski, Basile Kandinsky] [Kandinskij] (8) - 685
Paul Klee (8) - 716
Cuno Amiet [Kuno Amiet] (7) - 92
Charles Hindenlang [Gruppe 33] [Karl Hindenlang] (7) - 19
Artists in exhibitions 1619
Curators in exhibitions 13
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artist-info records Sep 1897 - Sep 2022
Curators - Top 5 of 13 (no. of shows ) Lucas Lichtenhan (96)
Arnold Rüdlinger (88)
Jean-Christophe Ammann (27)
Thomas Kellein (3)
Peter Weiermair (2)
Linked through shown artists - Top 5 of 4594 venues
Museum of Modern Art - MoMA (1/7)
Kunsthaus Zürich
Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris - MAM (1/2)
Museum of Modern Art - MoMA (2/7)
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - SRGM
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Michael Armitage

 - You, Who Are Still Alive
Armitage, Michael (*1984) S May 2022 - Sep 2022   (4) +0
Filipovic, Elena (*1972) (curator)       (10) +0
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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

Yiadom-Boakye, Lynette (*1977) S Nov 2016 - Feb 2017   (13) +0
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Erin Shirreff

Shirreff, Erin (*1975) S Sep 2016 - Nov 2016   (16) +0
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Anne Imhof

 - Angst
Imhof, Anne (*1978) S Jun 2016 - Aug 2016   (11) +0
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Yngve Holen

Holen, Yngve (*1982) S May 2016 - Aug 2016   (19) +0
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Sam Lewitt

 - More Heat Than Light
Lewitt, Sam (*1981) S Apr 2016 - May 2016   (19) +0
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Marina Pinsky

 - Dyed Channel
Pinsky, Marina (*1986) S Jan 2016 - Apr 2016   (5) +0