Monthly Archives: June 2011

Art Basel 2011: Part 2

One of the most rewarding moments in contemporary art can be making connections. Not to miss the obvious, I realize of course, for some it all about connections with people, but what I’m talking about here is the associations between the art works. Often these are made with works that are derivative, or reference other [...]
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Art Basel 2011

Unlike last year’s quick stop in Basel, I was there for the whole fair trek this year: installation through the final gong (literally). Before arriving in Basel, I was in Paris, attending a symposium at the École des Beaux Arts on Franz Erhard Walther—one of our gallery’s artists.  Spending days focused on the breadth, history, [...]
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