Marianne Boesky Gallery will be at Booth D13 located in Hall 2.0 during Art Basel 2019 where works by Frank Stella, Jennifer Bartlett, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Donald Moffett, and Maria Lai will be shown alongside those by Pino Pascali and Carol Rama.
At the 2019 edition of Art Basel, Two Palms will present a selection of works by Mel Bochner, Cecily Brown, Carroll Dunham, Cameron Jamie, Jeff Koons, Chris Ofili, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince, Dana Schutz, Stanley Whitney, and Terry Winters.
- Making its Art Basel debut is a suite of ten etchings by Chris Ofili titled Othello, currently on view at David Zwirner Gallery in New York
- After Dark (5 meters), a large-scale work based on 1960’s era pulp fiction paperbacks by bibliophile Richard Prince
- two new Jeff Koons Gazing Ball prints, Gazing Ball (Klimt Kiss) and Gazing Ball (Manet Luncheon on the Grass)
- The studio will also showcase a rare cast bronze sculpture and new monotype by Elizabeth Peyton, along with a new monotype by Dana Schutz
- Additional works on view include monotypes by Cecily Brown which were recently included in the artist’s survey exhibition at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark
- A monotype by artist Cameron Jamie who is included in May You Live in Interesting Times at the 58thedition of the Venice Biennale, will also be presented
- works by Carroll Dunham and Terry Winters, both of whom are currently exhibiting new works at galleries in Zurich
- new monoprints by Mel Bochner
Alighiero Boetti made somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 Mappe (maps) throughout his career over more than 20 years of global historical
and geopolitical change. Tornabuoni’s stand at Art Basel this year will bring together all eight different types of Mappe that Boetti created, from his first, in 1968, to the last, made in 1994, the year of his death:
Tornabuoni Art’s Boetti Map Project gathers together all the different types of Mappa that Boetti made throughout his career, from the 1970s – 90s. This is the first time this has ever been done at an art fair or by a dealer. The only other time something like this was done was at the Tate/MoMA Boetti retrospective in 2015-16.
Tornabuoni Art’s Boetti Map Project is an unprecedented stand – they are gathering together all the different types of Mappa that Boetti made throughout his career, from the 1970s – 90s, the first time this has ever been done at an art fair or by a dealer – the only other time something like this was done was at the Tate/MoMA Boetti retrospective in 2015-16. Beyond being striking works of art, Boetti’s Mappe also chronicle an evolving geopolitical panorama, showing the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the fall fo the USSR, the end of Apartheid.
Almine Rech has released their Art Basel 2019 list which includes:
Miquel Barceló, Günther Förg, Allen Jones, Jannis Kounellis, Pablo Picasso, Rudolf Polanszky, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Vivian Springford, Antoni Tapiès, Tom Wesselmann, and Franz West.
The gallery also has a concurrent exhibition of Jannis Kounellis’ work on view in their London space from May 28 — July 27, 2019.
Di Donna Galleries has released its packing list for Art Basel, Switzerland taking place June 13–16, which includes a selection of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by 20th-century masters:
- Constellation with Bottles (1943), a rare example from Alexander Calder’s “Constellation” group of small wood sculptures made during World War II when metal was scarce, which displays his ties to Surrealist biomorphism.
- An oversized gilt apple by Claude Lalanne, Pomme de Londres (2007; cast 2013).
- A drawing by Salvador Dalí of Leda Atomica (1947), an interpretation of a classical theme in the age of modern warfare that the artist made in preparation for a famous oil painting now at the Dalí Museum in Figueres, Spain.
- Tom Wesselmann’s Seascape #2 (1965), a painting celebrating the female body.
- Femme à la rose (1936), a painting by Paul Delvaux that renders a dreamlike scene that implies a mysterious narrative within an ambiguous spatial environment.
The gallery will also present significant works Alexander Archipenko, Victor Brauner, Max Ernst, Emil Filla, Philip Guston, Auguste Herbin, Wassily Kandinsky, Richard Lindner, Matta, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Wolfgang Paalen, and Antoni Tápies.