Art Unlimited 2018: Richard Mosse, Incoming, 2016 (three-channel video installation) – "Richard Mosse has developed a work that is bluntly aesthetic as well as political and ethical. Throughout his work, Mosse undermines armed photographic technologies by using them to confront the viewer and question documentary forms. Incoming is a critically acclaimed film installation created in collaboration with Ben Frost and Trevor Tweeten and commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, and the Barbican Art Gallery, London – R. Mosse is an Irish photographer and filmmaker, who immerses himself in his subject, integrating documentary journalism and art practice to explore issues of conflict, displacement and perception. He is one of only two photographers ever to have won both the Deutsche Borse Prize and The Prix Pictet, two of photography's most prestigious international awards. Richard is working on his latest award winning project, Heat Maps, a detailed documentation of Europe’s refugee camps." -  "NGV Triennial | Richard Mosse
Art Unlimited 2018: Richard Mosse, Incoming, 2016 (three-channel video installation) – "Richard Mosse has developed a work that is bluntly aesthetic as well as political and ethical. Throughout his work, Mosse undermines armed photographic technologies by using them to confront the viewer and question documentary forms. Incoming is a critically acclaimed film installation created in collaboration with Ben Frost and Trevor Tweeten and commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, and the Barbican Art Gallery, London – R. Mosse is an Irish photographer and filmmaker, who immerses himself in his subject, integrating documentary journalism and art practice to explore issues of conflict, displacement and perception. He is one of only two photographers ever to have won both the Deutsche Borse Prize and The Prix Pictet, two of photography's most prestigious international awards. Richard is working on his latest award winning project, Heat Maps, a detailed documentation of Europe’s refugee camps." - "NGV Triennial | Richard Mosse
Art Unlimited 2018: James Turrel, Catso Violet, 1967 – "James Turrell designed Catso Violet in 1967, as part of the ‘Cross Corner Projections’ series. In this work, the artist created what appears to be a blue violet cube mounted in a corner of a specific space, free-floating, its source of light from a projection diagonally across the room. From a distance the shape has solidity but it is literally composed of nothing other than light. Advancing towards the work, the image eventually dissolves to the point where the viewer sees not the object, but the actual light on the wall. This piece objectifies and transforms our perceptions of light into a physically tangible material."
Art Unlimited 2018: James Turrel, Catso Violet, 1967 – "James Turrell designed Catso Violet in 1967, as part of the ‘Cross Corner Projections’ series. In this work, the artist created what appears to be a blue violet cube mounted in a corner of a specific space, free-floating, its source of light from a projection diagonally across the room. From a distance the shape has solidity but it is literally composed of nothing other than light. Advancing towards the work, the image eventually dissolves to the point where the viewer sees not the object, but the actual light on the wall. This piece objectifies and transforms our perceptions of light into a physically tangible material."
Art Unlimited 2018: He Xiangyu, Untitled, 2018 – "The one-child policy, which was first implemented in the late 1970s and ended in 2015, has been one of the most controversial policies in modern Chinese history. With its profound impact on China’s education system, resource allocation and social structure, for those who were born in the 1980s, the far-reaching policy was closely associated with their self and social identities. The ‘only child’ thus became a term to both define and differentiate the social generation. The small photo is of the artist himself as a child, installed at his corresponding height. The 3,500 grams of pure gold on the wall adjacent serves as a metaphor and provocation. The irresistible temptations of the glittering, precious metal versus its cheap, everyday mold (the egg carton) acts as the perfect portrait of a conflicted generation defined by power vs powerlessness, materiality vs conceit. The lone egg sits on a golden throne: In this new context the relationship between the egg-tray and the egg is reversed."
Art Unlimited 2018: He Xiangyu, Untitled, 2018 – "The one-child policy, which was first implemented in the late 1970s and ended in 2015, has been one of the most controversial policies in modern Chinese history. With its profound impact on China’s education system, resource allocation and social structure, for those who were born in the 1980s, the far-reaching policy was closely associated with their self and social identities. The ‘only child’ thus became a term to both define and differentiate the social generation. The small photo is of the artist himself as a child, installed at his corresponding height. The 3,500 grams of pure gold on the wall adjacent serves as a metaphor and provocation. The irresistible temptations of the glittering, precious metal versus its cheap, everyday mold (the egg carton) acts as the perfect portrait of a conflicted generation defined by power vs powerlessness, materiality vs conceit. The lone egg sits on a golden throne: In this new context the relationship between the egg-tray and the egg is reversed."
Art Unlimited 2018: Nedko Solakov, I miss Socialism, maybe..., 2010 – "Actually I miss my youth. When the changes in my native Bulgaria that led to wild protocapitalism in the country took place in November 1989, I was 31 years old. At that time I already thought that I was old enough…. I miss Big Brother’s eyes. Why? Because my friends and I dreamt about how nice it would be when Big Brother’s eyes would be gone forever. Yes, they are gone now but they have been replaced by many more, even though not so big, pairs of eyes following you – as a citizen of a democratic country – and trying to take things away from you that in the past belonged to Big Brother by default, but now you are supposed to deliver them voluntarily…. My family and I have already been living without socialism for 21 years. [This text was written in 2010, Beijing.] A part of my diverse artist production are these 21 videos spread among the giant comfortable cushions in the shape of the nine Chinese characters constituting the phrase “I miss Socialism, maybe.” Almost none of these videos are directly related to that theme. But what they do show is the confused inner world of a middle-aged man who still believes that a better world will come, again." – Nedko Solakov
Art Unlimited 2018: Nedko Solakov, I miss Socialism, maybe..., 2010 – "Actually I miss my youth. When the changes in my native Bulgaria that led to wild protocapitalism in the country took place in November 1989, I was 31 years old. At that time I already thought that I was old enough…. I miss Big Brother’s eyes. Why? Because my friends and I dreamt about how nice it would be when Big Brother’s eyes would be gone forever. Yes, they are gone now but they have been replaced by many more, even though not so big, pairs of eyes following you – as a citizen of a democratic country – and trying to take things away from you that in the past belonged to Big Brother by default, but now you are supposed to deliver them voluntarily…. My family and I have already been living without socialism for 21 years. [This text was written in 2010, Beijing.] A part of my diverse artist production are these 21 videos spread among the giant comfortable cushions in the shape of the nine Chinese characters constituting the phrase “I miss Socialism, maybe.” Almost none of these videos are directly related to that theme. But what they do show is the confused inner world of a middle-aged man who still believes that a better world will come, again." – Nedko Solakov
Art Unlimited 2018: Barbara Bloom, The Tip of the Iceberg, 1991 – "The Tip of the Iceberg by Barbara Bloom gives the impression of being underwater or in outer space. A circular table, lit from below and above, is stacked with porcelain tableware, all bearing the logo of the legendary RMS Titanic. Upon approaching the table, it is gradually revealed that the undersides of the dishes are printed with images from the Titanic wreck on the ocean floor..."
Art Unlimited 2018: Barbara Bloom, The Tip of the Iceberg, 1991 – "The Tip of the Iceberg by Barbara Bloom gives the impression of being underwater or in outer space. A circular table, lit from below and above, is stacked with porcelain tableware, all bearing the logo of the legendary RMS Titanic. Upon approaching the table, it is gradually revealed that the undersides of the dishes are printed with images from the Titanic wreck on the ocean floor..."
...Above, a domed ceiling is surrounded by a frieze of carved objects, copies of waste listed by NASA as being lost or discarded in outer space. Most of the junk orbiting the earth is the result of satellite explosions, though there are also tools like hammers or flashlights dropped by astronauts." -  "Schwacher Jahrgang" Handelsblatt 15.06.2018
...Above, a domed ceiling is surrounded by a frieze of carved objects, copies of waste listed by NASA as being lost or discarded in outer space. Most of the junk orbiting the earth is the result of satellite explosions, though there are also tools like hammers or flashlights dropped by astronauts." - "Schwacher Jahrgang" Handelsblatt 15.06.2018
Art Unlimited 2018: Paul Ramirez Jonas, Alternative Facts, 2017 – "In Alternative Facts, a performance that questions relative meaning and plurality of truth, Paul Ramirez Jonas acts as a notary public and certifies private lies in public documents. Sitting behind a table where special tools are organized, the performer invites participants to sit on a bench opposite to him and provide an untruthful statement, which he notarizes as a means to attest to its truthfulness. As this notary process requires payment in gold, the artist offers to transform the customer’s pocket change into gold. The performance proposes not only a legal, but also chemical process of transformation. The exchange results in two drawings affixed with the gold-plated coins: a wallet-sized notarized document for the viewer and a larger drawing to be hung on the wall."
Art Unlimited 2018: Paul Ramirez Jonas, Alternative Facts, 2017 – "In Alternative Facts, a performance that questions relative meaning and plurality of truth, Paul Ramirez Jonas acts as a notary public and certifies private lies in public documents. Sitting behind a table where special tools are organized, the performer invites participants to sit on a bench opposite to him and provide an untruthful statement, which he notarizes as a means to attest to its truthfulness. As this notary process requires payment in gold, the artist offers to transform the customer’s pocket change into gold. The performance proposes not only a legal, but also chemical process of transformation. The exchange results in two drawings affixed with the gold-plated coins: a wallet-sized notarized document for the viewer and a larger drawing to be hung on the wall."
Art Unlimited 2017: A stage and performance by John Baldessari, "Ear Sofa; Nose Scones with Flowers (in Stage Setting)", 2009/2017 -  "Kunst für die Selfie-Generation" Handelsblatt 16.06.2017
Art Unlimited 2017: A stage and performance by John Baldessari, "Ear Sofa; Nose Scones with Flowers (in Stage Setting)", 2009/2017 - "Kunst für die Selfie-Generation" Handelsblatt 16.06.2017
Art Unlimited 2017: The dream of flying of Chris Burden, who died two years ago – "Ode to Santos Dumont" (2015), was one of his last great works of art
Art Unlimited 2017: The dream of flying of Chris Burden, who died two years ago – "Ode to Santos Dumont" (2015), was one of his last great works of art
Art Basel 2017: Children are modelling a work by Urs Fischer – The Swiss artist has recreated the famous monument "The Kiss" by August Rodin with plasticine
Art Basel 2017: Children are modelling a work by Urs Fischer – The Swiss artist has recreated the famous monument "The Kiss" by August Rodin with plasticine
Art Public 2017: There is also dancing on the exhibition square in the installation by Claudia Comte "NOW I WON"
Art Public 2017: There is also dancing on the exhibition square in the installation by Claudia Comte "NOW I WON"
Art Unlimited 2017: Donna Huanca's performance "Bliss (Reality Check) from 2017: changing actresses move very slowly across the white stage
Art Unlimited 2017: Donna Huanca's performance "Bliss (Reality Check) from 2017: changing actresses move very slowly across the white stage
Audience at the preview of Art Unlimited 2016: 'White House', 2015, by Ai Weiwei, in front of Frank Stella: "Damascus Gate", 1970
Audience at the preview of Art Unlimited 2016: 'White House', 2015, by Ai Weiwei, in front of Frank Stella: "Damascus Gate", 1970
Art Unlimited 2016: Kader Attia, "The Culture Of Fear: An Invention of Evil", 2013
Art Unlimited 2016: Kader Attia, "The Culture Of Fear: An Invention of Evil", 2013
Art Unlimited 2016: Vernissage audience at the installation by Hans Op de Beeck: "The Collector's House", 2016 -  "Hackordnung der VIPs" Handelsblatt 17.06.2016
Art Unlimited 2016: Vernissage audience at the installation by Hans Op de Beeck: "The Collector's House", 2016 - "Hackordnung der VIPs" Handelsblatt 17.06.2016
Art Unlimited 2016: The installation by Hans Op de Beeck: "The Collector's House", 2016
Art Unlimited 2016: The installation by Hans Op de Beeck: "The Collector's House", 2016
During the preview of Art Unlimited 2015: A large continuously rotating concrete shell, Julius von Bismarck (meditating), "Egocentric system", 2015
During the preview of Art Unlimited 2015: A large continuously rotating concrete shell, Julius von Bismarck (meditating), "Egocentric system", 2015
During the preview of Art Unlimited 2015: A large continuously rotating concrete shell, Julius von Bismarck (reading), "Egocentric system", 2015
During the preview of Art Unlimited 2015: A large continuously rotating concrete shell, Julius von Bismarck (reading), "Egocentric system", 2015
Art Unlimited 2015: Kader Attia, "Arab Spring", 2014 – During the preview, the artist smashed the glass panes of the showcases in a performance -  "Gefälliges trifft Sperriges" Handelsblatt 19.06.2015
Art Unlimited 2015: Kader Attia, "Arab Spring", 2014 – During the preview, the artist smashed the glass panes of the showcases in a performance - "Gefälliges trifft Sperriges" Handelsblatt 19.06.2015
Art Unlimited 2015: Ryan McGinley, "Yearbook", 2014, 500 nude studio portraits with 200 models
Art Unlimited 2015: Ryan McGinley, "Yearbook", 2014, 500 nude studio portraits with 200 models
Art Public 2015: Project by Rikrit Tiravanija (cooking on the right), Nikolaus Hirsch, Antto Melasniemi, Michel Müller, "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" at the Exhibition Square
Art Public 2015: Project by Rikrit Tiravanija (cooking on the right), Nikolaus Hirsch, Antto Melasniemi, Michel Müller, "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" at the Exhibition Square
Art Public 2015: "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" – queueing for the free meal at the Exhibition Square
Art Public 2015: "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" – queueing for the free meal at the Exhibition Square
Art Public 2015: Art Public 2015: "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" – shoveling each other's lunches at the Exhibition Square
Art Public 2015: Art Public 2015: "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" – shoveling each other's lunches at the Exhibition Square
Art Public 2015: "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" – and cleaning the dishes afterwords
Art Public 2015: "Do We Dream Under The Same Sky" – and cleaning the dishes afterwords
Art Unlimited 2015: Relaxing in hammocks and drinking tea, Opavivará!'s, "Formosa Decelerator", 2014
Art Unlimited 2015: Relaxing in hammocks and drinking tea, Opavivará!'s, "Formosa Decelerator", 2014
Art Unlimited 2015: Franz Erhard Walther, "Wallformation Gelbmodellierung", 1980-81 – The artist in use of his sculpture -  "Sie dürfen sich anlehnen!" Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 16.05.2017
Art Unlimited 2015: Franz Erhard Walther, "Wallformation Gelbmodellierung", 1980-81 – The artist in use of his sculpture - "Sie dürfen sich anlehnen!" Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 16.05.2017
Art Unlimited 2015: Maha Malluh, Food for Thought "Almuallaqat", 2014, installation with used aluminium cooking pots
Art Unlimited 2015: Maha Malluh, Food for Thought "Almuallaqat", 2014, installation with used aluminium cooking pots
Art Unlimited 2015: Pascale Marthine Tayou – the artist at his installation, "Plastic Tree", 2014
Art Unlimited 2015: Pascale Marthine Tayou – the artist at his installation, "Plastic Tree", 2014
Art Basel 2015: Katharina Fritsch, "Hohle Maus", 1992/2015, polyester and paint – The sculpture was already sold for $1,200,000
Art Basel 2015: Katharina Fritsch, "Hohle Maus", 1992/2015, polyester and paint – The sculpture was already sold for $1,200,000
Art Unlimited 2014: An installation by Matias Faldbakken, "20.000 Gun Shells", 2011 -  "Reißzahn im Stoff" Handelsblatt 20.06.2014
Art Unlimited 2014: An installation by Matias Faldbakken, "20.000 Gun Shells", 2011 - "Reißzahn im Stoff" Handelsblatt 20.06.2014
Art Unlimited 2014: A silhouette by Kara Walker infront of a sculpture by Gavin Kenyon
Art Unlimited 2014: A silhouette by Kara Walker infront of a sculpture by Gavin Kenyon
Art Unlimited 2014: Installation by Pascale Marthine Tayou, "Tayouwood", 2014
Art Unlimited 2014: Installation by Pascale Marthine Tayou, "Tayouwood", 2014
Art Unlimited 2014: Installation by Sabine Hornig, "Double Transparency", 2013
Art Unlimited 2014: Installation by Sabine Hornig, "Double Transparency", 2013
View of the Art Basel exhibition square, with the walk-in installation "Zerzura" under the label "Panterapantera", 2014, by architects Jens Müller & Thomas Wüthrich. In the foreground a woman in red dress, who makes a private live performance independent of Art Basel, 2014
View of the Art Basel exhibition square, with the walk-in installation "Zerzura" under the label "Panterapantera", 2014, by architects Jens Müller & Thomas Wüthrich. In the foreground a woman in red dress, who makes a private live performance independent of Art Basel, 2014
Art Unlimited 2014: Visitors in an elaborate installation by Hanne Darboven, "Children of the World", 1990 - 1996
Art Unlimited 2014: Visitors in an elaborate installation by Hanne Darboven, "Children of the World", 1990 - 1996
Art Unlimited 2014: Visitors in front of a video installation by Carsten Nicolai: "unidisplay", 2012
Art Unlimited 2014: Visitors in front of a video installation by Carsten Nicolai: "unidisplay", 2012
Art Unlimited 2014: Visitors watch the installation by Wibke Siem: "Niema tego złego coby na dobre nie wyszło", 2007
Art Unlimited 2014: Visitors watch the installation by Wibke Siem: "Niema tego złego coby na dobre nie wyszło", 2007
Live Art Show "14 rooms", 2014: A performance with twins by Damien Hirst
Live Art Show "14 rooms", 2014: A performance with twins by Damien Hirst
Art Unlimited 2013: The fabric of Piotr Uklański, "Untitled (Open Wide)", 2012 -  "Sammlers Einkaufsparadies" Handelsblatt 14.06.2013
Art Unlimited 2013: The fabric of Piotr Uklański, "Untitled (Open Wide)", 2012 - "Sammlers Einkaufsparadies" Handelsblatt 14.06.2013
Art Public 2013: The installation "Favela Café" by Tadashi Kawamata on Basel Exhibition Square. The view of the exhibition square is through the curved aluminium lammels of the new Herzog & de Meuron exhibition building
Art Public 2013: The installation "Favela Café" by Tadashi Kawamata on Basel Exhibition Square. The view of the exhibition square is through the curved aluminium lammels of the new Herzog & de Meuron exhibition building
Art Unlimited 2013: Soribel, 21 years old, blinded by a sculpture of He An, "Hubble"
Art Unlimited 2013: Soribel, 21 years old, blinded by a sculpture of He An, "Hubble"
Art Unlimited 2013: The installation of Francois Curlet, "Speed Limit"
Art Unlimited 2013: The installation of Francois Curlet, "Speed Limit"
A re-performance in the Sean Kelly Gallery after Marina Abramovic and Ulay: "Imponderabilia", 1977, revived at Art 43 Basel, 2012
A re-performance in the Sean Kelly Gallery after Marina Abramovic and Ulay: "Imponderabilia", 1977, revived at Art 43 Basel, 2012
Art 43, 2012: Art collectors at the booth of Gavin Brown's enterprise Gallery at a table by Urs Fischer, in the background sexdolls by Elaine Sturtevant
Art 43, 2012: Art collectors at the booth of Gavin Brown's enterprise Gallery at a table by Urs Fischer, in the background sexdolls by Elaine Sturtevant
Art 43 Parcours, 2012: The car of Alksandra Mir "LA 600", 2012, a machined Fiat 600, a tribute to Gabriel Orozco's "La DS" from 1993
Art 43 Parcours, 2012: The car of Alksandra Mir "LA 600", 2012, a machined Fiat 600, a tribute to Gabriel Orozco's "La DS" from 1993
Art 43 Unlimited, 2012: Installation by Michael Sailstorfer: "If I Should Die in a Car Crash, It Was Meant to Be a Sculpture", 2011, in the background pictures by Shirana Shahbazi with the title: "Untitled", 2012
Art 43 Unlimited, 2012: Installation by Michael Sailstorfer: "If I Should Die in a Car Crash, It Was Meant to Be a Sculpture", 2011, in the background pictures by Shirana Shahbazi with the title: "Untitled", 2012
Preview of the Art 42 Unlimited, 2011: A sculpture by David Zink Yi, "Untitled (Architeuthis)"
Preview of the Art 42 Unlimited, 2011: A sculpture by David Zink Yi, "Untitled (Architeuthis)"
Art Unlimited 42, 2011: Expansive light installation by James Turrell: "Joecar Blue", 1968
Art Unlimited 42, 2011: Expansive light installation by James Turrell: "Joecar Blue", 1968
Art 42, 2011: Two inverted cops, the sculpture "Frank and Jamie" (2002) by Maurizio Cattelan
Art 42, 2011: Two inverted cops, the sculpture "Frank and Jamie" (2002) by Maurizio Cattelan
Art 42, 2011: "Stranieri" (Foreigner), a round table with bread, salt and knives is the provocative installation by the artist Mircea Cantor in the booth of the gallery Magazzino from Rome
Art 42, 2011: "Stranieri" (Foreigner), a round table with bread, salt and knives is the provocative installation by the artist Mircea Cantor in the booth of the gallery Magazzino from Rome
Vernissage audience at Art 42, 2011
Vernissage audience at Art 42, 2011
Art 42 Unlimited, 2011: An expansive installation by Daniel Buren: "Autour du retour d'un détour - Inscriptons"
Art 42 Unlimited, 2011: An expansive installation by Daniel Buren: "Autour du retour d'un détour - Inscriptons"
Vernissage at the Art Unlimited. Visitors pass the installation "Commission" by Erik van Lieshout, 2011
Vernissage at the Art Unlimited. Visitors pass the installation "Commission" by Erik van Lieshout, 2011
Vernissage at Art 41 Unlimited, 2010
Vernissage at Art 41 Unlimited, 2010
Vernissage audience at Art 41, 2010
Vernissage audience at Art 41, 2010
Audience at Art 41 in front of the sculpture "Madonna" by the artist Katharina Fritsch, 2010
Audience at Art 41 in front of the sculpture "Madonna" by the artist Katharina Fritsch, 2010
Art 41 Unlimited, 2010: People infront of a big size drawing of Miriam Cahn
Art 41 Unlimited, 2010: People infront of a big size drawing of Miriam Cahn
At the Art 41 Unlimited, 2010
At the Art 41 Unlimited, 2010
Art 41 Unlimited, 2010: The video installation "Frontier", 2009, by Doug Aitken
Art 41 Unlimited, 2010: The video installation "Frontier", 2009, by Doug Aitken
A visitor to the Art 41 vernissage in Basel strolls past a work phoning: "SCHAU, ICH BIN BLIND, SCHAU" 98/99, by the Swiss painter and concept artist Remy Zaugg, 2010
A visitor to the Art 41 vernissage in Basel strolls past a work phoning: "SCHAU, ICH BIN BLIND, SCHAU" 98/99, by the Swiss painter and concept artist Remy Zaugg, 2010
Funny moments with the vernissage audience at Art 41, 2010
Funny moments with the vernissage audience at Art 41, 2010
A woman wearing a burka at the art fair, in reality a performance role by Preeti Chandrakant, here in front of a painting at the opening of Art 41, 2010
A woman wearing a burka at the art fair, in reality a performance role by Preeti Chandrakant, here in front of a painting at the opening of Art 41, 2010
The sculpture “Fosbury Flop”, 2009, made by the swiss artist Valentin Carron at the Art Public 40, 2010
The sculpture “Fosbury Flop”, 2009, made by the swiss artist Valentin Carron at the Art Public 40, 2010
Art 41, 2010: The bustling Art Basel is reflected in a work of art: "Jewish man in conversation with his friend. If I'm alive, I'll see you Tuesday. If not, I'll see you on Wednesday."
Art 41, 2010: The bustling Art Basel is reflected in a work of art: "Jewish man in conversation with his friend. If I'm alive, I'll see you Tuesday. If not, I'll see you on Wednesday."
Art 40, 2009: Installation with paintings and iron meteorite by Sigmar Polke
Art 40, 2009: Installation with paintings and iron meteorite by Sigmar Polke
Art 40, 2009: "Handlungsbahnen" by Franz Erhard Walther
Art 40, 2009: "Handlungsbahnen" by Franz Erhard Walther
Art 40, 2009: Wooden figurines by Stephan Balkenhol
Art 40, 2009: Wooden figurines by Stephan Balkenhol
Art 40, 2009: German artist Franz Erhard Walther talking to the performence couple "Eva & Adele"
Art 40, 2009: German artist Franz Erhard Walther talking to the performence couple "Eva & Adele"
Art 40, 2009: Boy looks at his 100 faces in a kinetic object by Anish Kapoor
Art 40, 2009: Boy looks at his 100 faces in a kinetic object by Anish Kapoor
Art 40, 2009: Bronze Patinated bronze Sculptur by Marc Quinn "Mirage" at the booth of Thaddaeus Ropac
Art 40, 2009: Bronze Patinated bronze Sculptur by Marc Quinn "Mirage" at the booth of Thaddaeus Ropac
Art 39 Unlimited, 2008: Mixed media by Hans-Peter Feldman: "Schattenspiel", 2002
Art 39 Unlimited, 2008: Mixed media by Hans-Peter Feldman: "Schattenspiel", 2002
Art 39 Unlimited, 2008: Relaxing and watching the video projection on the ceiling – Video installation by Pipilotti Rist, "A Liberty Statue For London"
Art 39 Unlimited, 2008: Relaxing and watching the video projection on the ceiling – Video installation by Pipilotti Rist, "A Liberty Statue For London"
Art Public 38, 2007: Sculpture at the exhibition square – the trailer (a whole truck) with lasered steel concrete mixer by Wim Delvoye, "Flatbed Trailer", 2007
Art Public 38, 2007: Sculpture at the exhibition square – the trailer (a whole truck) with lasered steel concrete mixer by Wim Delvoye, "Flatbed Trailer", 2007
Art Public 38, 2007: Tadashi Kawamata's public art sculpture "Tree Hut" hangs at a light pole in front of the entrance to Art Unlimited at a height of about 10 meters
Art Public 38, 2007: Tadashi Kawamata's public art sculpture "Tree Hut" hangs at a light pole in front of the entrance to Art Unlimited at a height of about 10 meters
Art Public 38, 2007: A public art sculpture by Paul McCarthy: "Santa with Butt Plug", 2002/2007
Art Public 38, 2007: A public art sculpture by Paul McCarthy: "Santa with Butt Plug", 2002/2007
Art 38, 2007: Gallery owner installing a sculpture by Takashi Murakami
Art 38, 2007: Gallery owner installing a sculpture by Takashi Murakami
Art 38 Unlimited, 2007: An installation of an illuminated plastic film filled with water, it works like an optical lens, by Tomas Saraceno: "On Water", 2006
Art 38 Unlimited, 2007: An installation of an illuminated plastic film filled with water, it works like an optical lens, by Tomas Saraceno: "On Water", 2006
Art 38, 2007: An installation by Cathy Wilkes at the booth of Giti Nourbakhsch
Art 38, 2007: An installation by Cathy Wilkes at the booth of Giti Nourbakhsch
Art 38, 2007: A performance by William Hunt in a water-filled BMW "Put your Foot Down"
Art 38, 2007: A performance by William Hunt in a water-filled BMW "Put your Foot Down"
Art 38 Public, 2007: A bus by Mike Nelson: "The pumpkin Palace" from 2003
Art 38 Public, 2007: A bus by Mike Nelson: "The pumpkin Palace" from 2003
Art 38 Unlimited, 2007: An installation with large coloured balloons and paintings by Katharina Grosse "Atomimage" from 2007
Art 38 Unlimited, 2007: An installation with large coloured balloons and paintings by Katharina Grosse "Atomimage" from 2007
Art 38 Unlimited: Installation with a large blue painting by Gary Simmons: "Skull Spill", 2007
Art 38 Unlimited: Installation with a large blue painting by Gary Simmons: "Skull Spill", 2007
Art 38 Unlimited, 2007: Installation by Christoph Büchel – Containers filled with garbage, computer scrap, clothes shredded by bombs (Iraq), US icons, bar and porn corners, "Unplugged" from 2006/7... an indescribable amalgam of dirt, blood and sperm, running TV monitors, rotten food, a threat scenario can not look worse... the US empire strikes back... or Büchel strikes back...
Art 38 Unlimited, 2007: Installation by Christoph Büchel – Containers filled with garbage, computer scrap, clothes shredded by bombs (Iraq), US icons, bar and porn corners, "Unplugged" from 2006/7... an indescribable amalgam of dirt, blood and sperm, running TV monitors, rotten food, a threat scenario can not look worse... the US empire strikes back... or Büchel strikes back...
Inside the installation by Christoph Büchel: "Unplugged" from 2006/7, Art 38 Unlimited
Inside the installation by Christoph Büchel: "Unplugged" from 2006/7, Art 38 Unlimited
Art 38 Unlimited - The Swiss installation artist Christoph Büchel is always good for a surprise. Inside the installation: "Unplugged" from 2006/7
Art 38 Unlimited - The Swiss installation artist Christoph Büchel is always good for a surprise. Inside the installation: "Unplugged" from 2006/7
A women visiting the installation: "Unplugged" from 2006/7, Art 38 Unlimited
A women visiting the installation: "Unplugged" from 2006/7, Art 38 Unlimited
"Radio mobile" an event of artists and designers around artfully designed and tuned cars and bizarrely dressed people, as well as lots of music, Art Public 38, 2007
"Radio mobile" an event of artists and designers around artfully designed and tuned cars and bizarrely dressed people, as well as lots of music, Art Public 38, 2007
Marina Abramovic during her performance "Self Portrait with Skeleton" at the opening of Art Unlimited 36 Basel, 2005
Marina Abramovic during her performance "Self Portrait with Skeleton" at the opening of Art Unlimited 36 Basel, 2005