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Open at von Bartha through July 31 is a retrospective of the late artist Barry Flanagan, examining the evolution of his practice through works spanning the 1960s through the end of the early 2000s.
May 21, 2021 - July 31, 2021
Open at von Bartha through July 31 is a retrospective of the late artist Barry Flanagan, examining the evolution of his practice through works spanning the 1960s through the end of the early 2000s. Visitors at the gallery will bear witness to the experimental nature of the artist’s practice, used to explore key ideas that recurred throughout his years as an artist, like Pataphysics, theatricality, and Shamanism. Included on view are works like early sculptures made from material such as stone, sand, and cloth, the 1970 film bollards project, presented on TV monitors, and the 1993 bronze sculpture Figure in the trees.
On view at Basel’s Galerie Carzaniga through August 14 is an exhibition of works by the Swiss artist Lorenz Spring.
“Green City” features work by Rosa Lachenmeier that deals with the topic of nature and architecture. The show is up through June 26 at SARASIN ART in Basel.
Olaf Breuning’s “BIG DROPS” looks at global warming and the natural world through a series of woodcut paintings.
A virtual exhibition viewable online through June 20, Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie is presenting a series of paintings and works on paper from the artist Minoru Onoda.
Olafur Eliasson’s “Life” considers the entanglement of all things living through an indoor/outdoor installation that sees the glass facade of the building temporarily removed.
The Vitra Design Museum’s “Memphis: 40 Years of Kitsch and Elegance” celebrates the anniversary of the designs of the Memphis group.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp's retrospective is on view at Kunstmuseum Basel.
On view at Laleh June Galerie through April 30 is the group exhibition “Buy Contemporary Art With Me.”