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Trevor Paglen, "Bloom (#7c5756)," 2020, courtesy of Altman Siegel.
Sonia Delaunay, "Terk Trois Femmes," 1925, courtesy of Galerie Zlotowski.
Betye Saar, "Banjo Boy," 2015, courtesy of Robert Projects.
Paulo Nazareth, "CA — The Red Inside - Edmund Pettus Bridge," 2018, courtesy of Mendes Wood DM.
Gordon Parks, "Untitled, Washington, D.C.," 1963, courtesy of Alison Jacques Gallery.
Trevor Paglen, "Bloom (#7c5756)," 2020, courtesy of Altman Siegel.
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Art Basel’s latest OVR Highlights Groundbreaking Artists

By Whitewall

March 24, 2021

Art Basel's "OVR: Pioneers" is open to the public March 25-27. Over 800 works by groundbreaking artists are virtually on view, presented by 100 galleries from 25 countries and territories. Exhibitors have put together tightly curated rooms, from solo to group shows focused on pioneers of aesthetic, conceptual, or socio-political themes.

Don't miss major work by Theaster Gates at Gagosian, Gordon Parks at Alison Jacques, Hayv Kahraman at Pilar Corrias, Paulo Nazareth at Mendes Wood DM, and Frank Stella at Marianne Boesky.

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Sonia Delaunay, "Terk Trois Femmes," 1925, courtesy of Galerie Zlotowski.

"Our galleries have deployed a wide range of creative approaches to the expansive theme of ‘Pioneers.’ This online-only event not only celebrates how artists have pushed the boundaries of artistic production in the modern period but also revisits this conversation in the context of the present moment through myriads of perspectives, geographies and mediums," said Noah Horowitz, Director Americas, Art Basel.

To mark the invitation-only preview launch this morning, Horowitz shared a few personal favorites from the OVR. That included Sonia Delaunay-Terk at Galerie Zlotowski, Robert Barry at Jan Mot, Carolee Schneemann at Galerie Lelong & Co., Trevor Paglen at Altman Siegel, George Rickey at Kasmin, and Betye Saar at Roberts Projects.

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Betye Saar, "Banjo Boy," 2015, courtesy of Robert Projects.

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Gordon Parks, "Untitled, Washington, D.C.," 1963, courtesy of Alison Jacques Gallery.
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