Art Basel 2014 slideshow

Highlights of the opening of Art Basel week, in pictures

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Art Basel, 19-22 June 2014

  1. Monday morning in front of Messe Basel’s Hall 1, the venue for Art Basel’s Unlimited sector

  2. Werkraum Wartek PP’s new ‘Lamborghini’ staircase on preview day at Liste Art Fair Basel, held each June in this former brewery

  3. Liste art fair exterior

  4. Amy Yao’s solo show at VI, VII, Oslo (installation view, Liste)

  5. George Henry Longly at London’s Jonathan Viner and Mul Marlie at Berlin’s Croy Nielsen (installation view, Liste)

  6. Richard Long, River Avon Driftwood Circle, 1996 (installation view, Unlimited; exhibited by Lisson Gallery, London, New York & Milan)

  7. Sterling Ruby, Soft Work, 2011–13 (installation view, Unlimited; exhibited by Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, and Sprüth Magers Berlin London

  8. Matias Faldbakken, 20,000 Gun Shells, 2011 (installation view, Unlimited; exhibited by Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, and Standard (Oslo)

  9. Wiebke Siem, Niema tego zlego coby na dobre nie wyszlo, 2007 (installation view, Unlimited; exhibited by Johnen Galerie, Berlin)

  10. 14 Rooms, 2014 (installation view), presented by Fondation Beyeler, Art Basel and Theater Basel, and curated by Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist, in a structure designed by Herzog & de Meuron in Messe Basel’s Hall 3

  11. Messe Basel’s Hall 2, venue for Art Basel, on preview day

  12. Luigi Ontani, ErmEstEtica PavonDante, 1991 (installation view, Rome’s Galleria Lorcan O’Neill stand at Art Basel)

  13. Paul Chan, The Body of Oh there is no one one (truetype font) (detail), 2009 (installation view on New York gallery Greene Naftali’s Art Basel stand)

  14. Neïl Beloufa, The New Workout Plan, 2014 (installation view, Milan gallery Zero…’s Art Basel stand)

  15. Artist Wolfgang Tillmans (centre) in conversation with his \ngallerist Daniel Buchholz (right), moderated by ArtReview’s Mark Rappolt\n in Art Basel’s Conversations sector, 18 June 

  16. Performance of Guido van der Werve’s Home, a Requiem, 2011–12, at\n Clarakirche on 18 June, the opening night of Art Basel Parcours

  17. Exterior view of the Schaulager, where Paul Chan: Selected Works, is on view through 19 October

  18. Kristof Kintera, Demon of the Growth, 2012 (installation view, I Am Not You, 2014, on view at the Museum Tinguely through 28 September)

  19. Berlin Biennale curator Juan Gaitán speaks with artists Beatriz González, Mario García Torres and Judy Radul in Art Basel’s Salon programme, 20 June\

  20. The opening of Katja Novitskova’s Green Growth, at SALTS through 19 July