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22–26 August 2018 NeanderART 2018
Campus Luigi Einaudi, Turin University, Italy
This International Conference will continue and expand a debate to be organised by CeSMAP at the XVIII° UISPP mondial Congress in Paris from June 3 to June 9, 2018.
The NeanderART 2018 Conference will offer a unique opportunity to meet colleagues and to combine the exchange of scientific knowledge with the wonderful experience of visiting Italy.
The Field Trips planned for the Conference participants will offer the rare opportunity to inspect two very important Neandertal sites in Europe and discuss their interpretation with the specialists involved in their study.
27–28 November 2017 IMMAGINI?
A biunivocal and indissoluble relationship exists between image and imagination, whose multiple manifestations involve heterogeneous, and at the same time contiguous, research path: there are images that embody the imagination of their author (drawing design) and images that try to go back to his original intentions (survey drawing); images deeply rooted in real space (geographical maps and city images) and images acted in one necessarily imagined space (virtual & augmented reality, utopian city or piranesianic spaces); images that intentionally alter the perceived reality (photographic manipulations) and images that result from deception or alteration of perceptual schemes (anamorphic representations and dysperceptive phenomena); images that make narrative paths (visual storytelling) and educational images capable to form the knowledge, the know-how and the knowing how to be (iconography and iconology didactics); images that enhance the narrative experience of the child (illustration for children), and experiential images that integrate space and time (children’s drawings); images that stimulate the imagination of their user (visual design) and interactive images that support the imagination of the urban planner (processing and visualization of territorial data).
The images as visual artefacts, “designed objects”, perfect synthesis between Eidos and Eidolon, represent and contain entire worlds, real or imaginary, in the space of a glance. This glance represents the limit between the pre-perceptual characteristics of the image and its pre-projective characteristics. This glance is the retinal boundary between what an image is and what an image means.
The conference aims to investigate this gaze, through the comparison of contributions from different scientific perspectives, with the intention to shed new light on historical questions and to draw new ideas and applications for the future of the images.
16–18 November 2016 World Architecture Festival
Arena Berlin, Germany
2 July–13 November 2016 Aline und Robert Crumb – Drawn Together
Cartoonmuseum Basel, St. Alban–Vorstadt 28, 4052 Basel, Switzerland
Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Robert Crumb are an odd couple – in life as well as in art. She is a pioneer of the autobiographic comic, and he a celebrated underground illustrator and creator of characters such as Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural. Together, they manage to convey this highly productive creative tension in many crazy stories.
With an astonishing frankness where nothing is off-limits, they depict the story of their lives as a side-splitting drama, especially their move from the United States to France. In the leading roles you will see: the societal upheavals of the 1970es, the gender differences and inequalities, and some solid neuroses. For the first time ever, a museum is curating a comprehensive show of their original works, focusing on the cooperation of these two pioneering artists.
16–19 June 2016 Art Basel
Messe Basel, Switzerland
Art Basel’s European edition brings the international art world together, with more than 280 of the world’s leading galleries showing the work of over 4,000 artists, ranging from Modern Art’s great masters to the youngest generation’s emerging stars.
A full program of artworld talks takes place each day. Further afield, exhibitions and events are offered by the renowned cultural institutions of Basel and the entire region, creating an exciting art week for our visitors.
14–19 June 2016 SCOPE Basel 2016
Clarapltz, Basel, Switzerland
Celebrating its 10th Anniversary in Basel, SCOPE Art Show is delighted to announce its new location at Clarahuus, just three blocks from Messeplatz. A brief walk from the main fair, SCOPE Basel’s well-appointed venue offers guests a view of the contemporary art world available nowhere else.
14–19 June 2016 LISTE - Art Fair Basel
Burgweg 15, Basel, Switzerland
An impressive and remarkable success story
What began as an initiative by young gallerists in 1996, developed into one of the most important fair dedicated exclusively to new galleries and primarily to young art.
For 20 years, the fair has been making relevant contributions to the promotion of young artists and galleries. The intentionally low number of 79 galleries and the high level of sophistication of those galleries are reasons for LISTE’s extraordinary success, international reputation and drawing power. For many years now, every young, ambitious gallery has sought to be a part of this most important art event.
14–19 June 2016 Design Miami/BASEL
Hall 1 Süd, Messe Basel Switzerland
Design Miami/ is the global forum for design. Each fair brings together the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce. Occurring alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June, Design Miami/ has become the premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating collectible design.
28 May–27 November 2016 Biennale Architettura 2016
The Exhibition will include 88 Participants from 37 different countries, as well as 62 National Participations and a selected choice of Collateral Events.
27–30 May 2016 ARARA 2016 Conference
Las Cruces, New Mexico
19 February–19 June 2016 Chinese Whispers
«Chinese Whispers» provides a deeper insight into art created in China in the past fifteen years. You can explore the vast country through the eyes of Chinese artists, from Ai Weiwei to Zhuang Hui.
The title of «Chinese Whispers» refers to the popular party game in which an orally transmitted message is altered as it is passed from one person to the next. Notions of tradition and transmission, distortion and miscommunication are part of the concept of this exhibition. It also highlights the influence of western contemporary art on Chinese artists, as well as artistic reflections on traditions and life in presentday China. Moreover, the exhibition questions western perceptions of China and the vast cultural, historical and political differences that remain despite our greater familiarity with the world’s largest cultural area and one of the biggest economic powers.
Immerse yourself in the works of art assembled by Swiss collector Uli Sigg and explore the collection through the four thematic areas – «Global Art from China», «On Dealing with Tradition», «Traces of Change» and «Between Consumer Mania and Spirituality».
31 August–4 September 2015 19th International Rock Art Conference IFRAO 2015
Symbols in the Landscape: Rock Art and its Context
We invite all those interested to join us in fostering an understanding of rock art around the world and its preservation, in disseminating the cave creations of their countries and regions as symbolic and cultural expressions, to show us their research procedures and techniques and to reflect on the many ways in which these creations are inserted or interrelate with various fields of existence.
9–14 June 2015 Graffiti Basel 2015
6–8 February 2015 2015 International Kinetic Art Exhibit & Symposium
Boynton Beach, Florida
“Kinetic art was created by artists who pushed the boundaries of traditional, static art forms to introduce visual experiences that would engage the audience and profoundly change the course of modern art. –Theo Jansen
Although its history is deep, Kinetic art wasn’t established as a major artistic movement until the 1950s. Kinetic Art has been around since the early 20th century but it did not become a modern art form until a few artists, including Naum Gabo and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy began to use electric machinery in their sculptures. In the 1950 and 60s however in Europe, Kinetic Art fell out of fashion because the mechanical age ushered in a digital era and artists began to experiment with computers video, film and lasers.
Interest in Kinetic art concepts dates back to 1913 during the Dada and Constructivist movements. Artists like Jean Tinguely, a Swiss painter and sculptor, were fascinated by the possibilities of movement in art and the potential to create interactive relationships and visual experiences that went beyond the boundaries of traditional, static objects. Tinguely created sculptures that would have a more active presence both in the gallery and outside.
His signature pieces included anthropomorphic assemblages of motors and light as well as brightly colored metal wheels. He encouraged the idea that the beauty of an object could be the product of optical illusions or mechanical movement. The art form flourished for a decade, but because of the popularity of the Op art movement, many artists lost interest. In 1955, however, Kinetic Art became an international trend followed by artists such as Soto, Takis, Agam and Schoffer.
4–7 December 2014 Art Basel - Miami Beach
22 October 2014–11 January 2015 Poetry of the metropolis. The Affichistes
Museum Tinguely, Paul Sacher-Anlage 2, Basel, Switzerland
16–19 October 2014 Kinetica Art Fair 2014
The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
23–26 September 2014 First International Rock Art and Ethnography Conference
17–19 September 2014 DI 2014
La Cité-Nantes Events Center, France
The main objective of #di2014 is to bring together researchers, practitioners and students from a large variety of fields and to provide them with the opportunity to share their visions and research achievements as well establish worldwide cooperative research and developpement.
Areas of research include but are not limited to: Data, Social Web, Digital Humanities, Digital Identity, The commons, Digital Art, Smart Cities, Media and Digital Cultures, Human-Computer Interface, Digital Literature, Digital Literacy, Computational Thinking, Secutity, Safety and Privacy, e-Learning, Business intelligence.
The mindset of #di2014 is unique in bringing these disciplines together in creative and critical dialogs. We broadly invite contributions that describe original research, analysis, practices, and works-in-progress in all areas of Digital Cultures.
15–19 September 2014 17th Triennial Conference in Melbourne
9–12 September 2014 8th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR 2014)
ICCPR2014 aims to provide a space for exploring cultural policies, their meanings, roles and impact in an interdisciplinary and international environment and will be organized by the Department of Cultural Policy at the University of Hildesheim, Germany.
22–28 July 2014 IFRAO Congress
Guiyang City, Guizhou Province, P.R.China
Theme: Rock Art, Man, Ecology
I. Oceanian Rock Art
II. African and Mid-Eastern Rock Art
III. European Rock Art
IV. North American Rock Art
V. South American Rock Art
VI. Southeastern, Southern and Southwest China’s Rock Art
VII. North Asian and North China’s Rock Art
VIII. Rock Art in East China and North Pacific Rim
IX. Rock Art and Chinese Archaeological Culture
X. Theory and Methodology on Rock Art Studies
XI. Iconography and Meaning of Rock Art
XII. Symbol and Rock Art
XIII. Techniques of Rock Art
XIV. Conservation and Management of Rock Art
XV. Rock Art and Megalithic Culture
XVI. Dating Research of Rock Art
8–10 July 2014 EVA: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts London 2014
19–22 June 2014 Art Basel 2014
Art Basel has been described as the ‘Olympics of the Art World’. Over 300 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa show the work of more than 4,000 artists, ranging from the great masters of Modern art to the latest generation of emerging stars.
The show's individual sectors represent every artistic medium: paintings, sculpture, installations, videos, multiples, prints, photography, and performance. Each day offers a full program of events, including symposiums, films, and artist talks. Further afield, exhibitions and events are offered by cultural institutions in Basel and the surrounding area, creating an exciting, region-wide art week.
17–22 June 2014 SCOPE Basel 2014
SCOPE Pavilion, Uferstrasse 40, Basel, Switzerland
Welcoming 75 International Exhibitors alongside 20 Breeder Program Galleries. Long-established as the original incubator for emerging work, SCOPE’s Breeder Program celebrates its 14th year of introducing new galleries to the contemporary market. A remarkable opportunity for exposure, Breeder Program alumni include: Peres Projects, John Connelly Presents, Galeria Enrique Guerrero, Daniel Reich Gallery, Bischoff/ Weiss, INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, SEVENTEEN, ROKEBY, Taxter Spengemann, Magical Artroom and Spinello Projects, among other notable galleries.
17–22 June 2014 LISTE 14
Burgweg 15, Basel, Switzerland
14–23 June 2014 14 ROOMS
Messe Basel Halle 3
11 June–28 September 2014 Krištof Kintera. I AM NOT YOU
Museum Tinguely, Paul Sacher-Anlage 2, Basel, Switzerland
18 May–17 September 2014 Gerhard Richter
Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, Switzerland
15–18 May 2014 Art Basel - Hong Kong
From emerging talents to the Modern masters of both Asia and the West, the premiere edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong will trace twelve decades of art history across its four sectors: Galleries, Insights, Discoveries, and Encounters. On display will be the highest quality of paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, video and editioned works from the 20th and 21st centuries, by more than 2,000 artists from Asia and around the globe.
The show will also offer extensive opportunities for intellectual discovery, through discussions and presentations, creating a platform of cross-cultural exchanges for artists, gallerists, collectors, and visitors.
15 May–15 June 2014 Lady Pink New Works
19 February–11 May 2014 Play Objects - The Art of Possibilities
Museum Tinguely, Paul Sacher-Anlage 2, Basel, Switzerland
2 February–18 May 2014 Odilon Redon
Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, Switzerland
Odilon Redon (b. 1840 Bordeaux, d. 1916 Paris), with his cosmos of color, is one of the most astonishing artists of the nascent years of modernism. A leading representative of French Symbolism, his oeuvre—which spans the close of the nineteenth century and the start of the twentieth—is dominated by the interplay of tradition and innovation. On the basis of paintings, pastels, drawings, and lithographs from major museums and private collections in Switzerland and abroad, the exhibition at the Fondation Beyeler concentrates on Redon’s significance as a precursor of classical modernism and therefore on the avant-garde aspect of his art. Redon’s cryptic and enigmatic oeuvre is marked by breaks and contrasts and characterized by a stylistic evolution that leads from the black of his early charcoal drawings and lithographs to the explosion of color in his later pastels and oil paintings. His works oscillate between eerie strangeness and sunny cheerfulness: bizarre monsters appear alongside heavenly creatures as dream meets nightmare and nature meets fantasy. The exhibition addresses all the main themes and the most important ideas and innovations found in Redon’s oeuvre. In so doing it reflects the diversity of the artist’s sources of inspiration, which extend from the history of art, literature, and music, through Western and Far Eastern philosophy and religion, to the natural sciences.
In his art Odilon Redon sought to focus his gaze on the “wonders of the visible world.” We hope this exhibition will open up that wondrous world to the gaze of our visitors.
The exhibition is curated by Raphaël Bouvier, Fondation Beyeler.
5–8 December 2013 Art ¦ Basel ¦ Miami Beach
Miami Beach Convention Center Miami Beach, Florida, USA
With miles of sandy beaches dotted with classic Art Deco architecture, world-class art museums, and a glittering nightlife, Miami Beach ranks among America's most iconic cities. During Art Basel, it embraces the artworld with special exhibitions at museums and galleries across the city, transforming the week into a dense and dynamic cultural event.
4–6 December 2013 ARCHTHEO '13: Theory of Architecture Conference III on Aesthetic Autonomy & Social Function
21 November 2013–30 November 2014 5000 Moving Parts
MIT Museum, Building N51, 265 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA
18–19 October 2013 Fourth International Conference on the Image
Chicago , IL, United States of America
23–25 September 2013 2nd Global Conference: The Graphic Novel
Oxford, United Kingdom
This inter- and multi-disciplinary conference aims to examine, explore and critically engage with issues in and around the production, creation and reading of all forms of comics and graphic novels. Taken as a form of pictographic narrative it has been with us since the first cave paintings and even in the 21st century remains a hugely popular, vibrant and culturally relevant means of communication whether expressed as sequential art, graphic literature, bandes dessinees, tebeos, fumetti, manga, manhwa, komiks, strips, historietas, quadrinhos, beeldverhalen, or just plain old comics. (as noted by Paul Gravett)
17–19 September 2013 4th Global Conference: Performance: Visual Aspects of Performance Practice
Oxford, United Kingdom
The aim of this conference is to develop discussion with a focus on the visual aspects of performance brought up by visual and spatial artists and researchers in various performance disciplines and practices.
13–15 September 2013 2nd International Contact Rock Art Symposium
Contributors have been invited based on their experience researching and writing about contact rock art in their respective countries and also for their interest in moving contact rock art research away from purely description-based studies towards a more theoretically-grounded area of specialisation within rock art studies.
Our aims are:
- To share international perspectives on rock art depicting/representing contact between different cultural groups.
- To explore different approaches to the interpretation of contact rock art.
- To highlight similarities, differences and themes in the nature of representing ‘contact’ in different parts of the world and at different times.
- To discuss options for promoting the study and protection of contact rock art globally.
This symposium will include a field trip for presenters to meet local Aboriginal Traditional Owners and visit important contact rock art sites in Kakadu National Park and western Arnhem Land.
Exeter, United Kingdom
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
27 July–3 August 2013 Abersystwyth Musicfest
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Ceredigion, Wales (UK)
23–26 July 2013 FILE Electronic Language International Festival
São Paulo/SP, Brazil
Several different themes related to studies and researches on electronic and digital culture are FILE SYMPOSIUM’s lines of interest. FILE SYMPOSIUM has become a great meeting for discussion and dissemination of digital and electronic arts, in which artists and intellectuals present overviews that illustrate what is recently thought and produced on electronic means of art and digital culture around the world.
The workshops offered by FILE count on groups of computing science educators and artists that seek; through computing and experimental arts; an immersion in the essence of binary language. The objective of this immersion is to transfer knowledge and the research on the use of computing for creative purposes. The aim is to disseminate technology as creative language and as artistic development process; for the largest number of people possible. The ideal is to reach ordinary people, teachers of elementary and high school, groups of possible multipliers, students and etc
18–21 July 2013 ECAH 2013 - The European Conference on Arts and Humanities
Brighton, United Kingdom
28–30 June 2013 International Ceramics Festival
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Ceredigion, Wales (UK)
The festival is held at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on the campus of Aberystwyth University on the mid-Wales coast. Since it began in 1987 the three-day festival has grown to become the UK’s leading ceramics event.
It offers teachers, students, ceramic artists, collectors, working potters and amateurs the chance to meet and study the work of distinguished, internationally known potters and ceramicists from Wales, the UK and around the world .
The Festival attracts about 1000 people who attend lectures, watch practical demonstrations and visit our special exhibitions over three days. Our international demonstrators show skills and techniques on our specially adapted stage and also have their own workspaces – enabling personal discussion about their work. The focus is both practical and inspirational – kilns are built, pots are made and fired.
Perugia, Umbria, Italy
24–26 June 2013 Eighth International Conference on the Arts in Society
13–16 June 2013 Art ¦ Basel ¦ 2013
Art Basel takes place in Halls 1 and 2 of Messe Basel
12–14 June 2013 CONTEMPHOTO '13: Conference on Contemporary Photography
A key theme is the relationship between visual history and urban (and rural) change throughout the ast two centuries.
Exploring the role of how photography shapes issues of identity, place and citizenship within the city; how it documents urban otherness (that of homelessness, or of tourism); how it archives urban memory; and how it documents the erotic or/and tragic variety of street life and how it containes historical facts are the main objectives of the interdisciplinary conference of Contemphoto '13.
26–31 May 2013 International Rock Art Congress
Albuquerque, New Mexico USA
The American Rock Art Research Association invites Scientists, Researchers, Educators, Conservators, and all interested people to the XVII International Congress of IFRAO in conjunction with the ARARA 2013 Conference. Our meeting in the heart of the American Southwest provides an atmosphere where rock art continues to be a daily presence in the lives of those in the area. Field trips will provide opportunities for all Congress attendees to learn about the rock art of this region. The nearby Petroglyph National Monument will allow attendees continual access to the local rock art throughout the Congress.
The Congress theme “Ancient Hands Around the World” is designed to bring together the diverse interests of the many people who study and work to conserve the pictographs and petroglyphs in all countries. Depictions of hands are found in rock art of all cultures and in all time periods, and their symbolism portrays our goal of assembling people from across the globe to share their experiences and knowledge.
In keeping with the international agenda established over the past years, the Congress will have four days of oral and poster presentations in sessions organized by topics, and Wednesday will be devoted to field trips for all attendees. Other special cultural events are planned throughout the week including evening lectures open to the public, dances by local Pueblo groups, and vendor offerings of rock art related merchandise. Opportunities to book extended field trips before and after the Congress will also be available.
Official languages of the Congress will be English and Spanish.
26–31 May 2013 International Federation of Rock Art Organizations (IFRAO)
Albuquerque, NM United States
23–26 May 2013 Art ¦ Basel ¦ Hong Kong
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
As in the established shows in Basel and Miami Beach, the new Hong Kong edition of Art Basel will draw more than 50 percent of participating galleries from Asia and the Asia-Pacific region. In the show's multiple sectors the exhibition will present the highest quality paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, video and editioned works of the 20th and 21st centuries by more than 2,000 artists from Asia and around the globe.
At Art Basel in Hong Kong, collectors from across the world will discover the best art being produced in Asia and beyond, and enjoy the dynamic cross-cultural exchange that only this show and city can offer. The exhibition will be accompanied by an extensive talks program, giving first-hand insights into the latest developments in the artworld, and a stimulating program of events showcasing Hong Kong's rich culture. Exhibitions and events timed to coincide with the show will take place across the city’s thriving gallery scene, and in its growing array of cultural institutions, including Asia Art Archive and Para/Site Art Space in Sheung Wan, the Asia Society in Central, and M+, the developing museum component of the West Kowloon Cultural District.
15–18 May 2013 Alternative Modernisms: An International, Interdisciplinary Conference
Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
The aim of this 1st International Congress is to analyze the role of Roman Empire in Hispanic culture from Antiquity to Renaissance, focusing on Art and Archaeology. The relationship between Hispania and the rest of the Roman Empire, the classical legacy in medieval and modern Spain, the various visions of Rome and classicism through time, and its role in the construction of Modernity are some of the aspects that will be discussed.
10–12 May 2013 Sculpture: Space and Place Symposium
James O Fairfax Theatre and Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia
The symposium is a highlight of the 2013 Centenary of Canberra program TOUCH: Sculpture and the Land that has been designed to celebrate sculpture in all its forms. TOUCH: Sculpture and the Land is taking place in venues across Canberra in May 2013 and includes special exhibitions at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery and School of Art Gallery, various activities and events at ACT Galleries and Art Centres, artists in residence, walks, talks and tours of sculpture collections on the ANU Campus and International Sculpture Park and the NGA Sculpture Garden. Opportunities to visit Canberra’s public sculpture collections in Civic, Parliament House, New Acton and the Australian War Memorial are also being arranged.
24–27 April 2013 ARCHHIST '13: History of Architecture and Politics
10–12 April 2013 CONTEMP ART '13: Urban life and Contemporary Arts
4–7 April 2013 ACAH 2013 - The Fourth Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities
The 2013 conference theme is "Connectedness, Identity and Alienation" and the organizers hope that this will again encourage and inspire exciting new research avenues, and further encourage academic and personal encounters and exchanges across national, religious, cultural and disciplinary divides.
29–30 March 2013 SBU Philosophy and the Arts Conference
Stony Brook, Manhattan, USA
institutions of power and multiple networs of the material conditions of life. Understanding sound as an integral aspect of the formation of space, place, and territory, we invite papers and artworks (including digital media, performance, and installation) that consider of a range of
University of St Andrews, Scotland
This symposium will seek to explore ways in which thinking about texture can reinvigorate discussion of film form across a variety of cinematic contexts, as well as research practices (such as archival or practice-based approaches); with particular emphasis on approaches drawn from understandings of texture originating in study of visual art, music and literature.
1 March 2013 The Exhibiton and its Histories
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
art history education has become increasingly urgent. This one-day symposium will address this, specifically focussing on the following questions:
Why has the history of exhibitions come into currency at this specific moment?
How does the study of exhibition histories contribute to the discipline of art history?
Why study the exhibition? What does it offer us that the study of an artwork or an artist's practice does not?
6 September–30 December 2012 Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition
“Melancholy in Progress” is to examine the pursuit of progress and its various manifestations in modern life, including medicine, sanitation, technology, speed, mobility and growth. Has progress become a desire of modern society that has no destination and no end? What is the truth of progress? The never satisfied pursuit of progress has developed the syndromes of compulsive disorders and resulted in melancholy. If the progress we are pursuing is the cause of our melancholy, is there any other choice for progress? Or, is there a chance we can defend ourselves, look into our plight, even heal ourselves with melancholy?
29 August–25 November 2012 La Biennale di Venezia
11 July–23 September 2012 Metamorphosis: Titian 2012
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN
The exhibition, which celebrates British artistic creativity, is a unique collaboration between the National Gallery and the Royal Opera House as part of the Cultural Olympiad's London 2012 Festival.
14–17 June 2012 Art ¦ 43 ¦ Basel
The world's premier international art show for Modern and contemporary works, Art Basel features nearly 300 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. More than 2,500 artists, ranging from the great masters of Modern art to the latest generation of emerging stars, are represented in the show's multiple sections. The exhibition includes the highest-quality paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, video and editioned works.
12–17 June 2012 LISTE – The Young Art Fair
Burgweg 15, 4058 Basel, Switzerland
11 June–16 May 2012 VOLTA8 Basel
9 June–16 September 2012 dOCUMENTA (13)
1 April–12 August 2012 Renoir. Between Bohemia and Bourgeoisie