Matthew Angelo Harrison
Formerly a worker at the Ford Motor factory, the Detroit-born sculptor Matthew Angelo Harrison (*1989) uses 3-D machine technologies and African artifacts to make artworks in which the cruel history of colonialism meets with the formalist legacy of Minimalism.
Public opening for the exhibition of Camille Blatrix
Starts at 7 pm The French sculptor Camille Blatrix (*1984) uses traditional techniques to exquisitely hand craft strange and elegant objects that look as if they were machines from some unknown future, all while refusing to reveal their function.
Public opening of "Bizarre Silks, Private Imaginings and Narrative Facts, etc.," an exhibition by Nick Mauss
Starts at 7 pm Artist Nick Mauss (*1980) insists on the form of the exhibition as an assembly of precisely staged new relations. In this exhibition, with a scenography conceived especially for the spaces of the Kunsthalle Basel, Mauss brings together and reframes works by contemporary and...