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SCOPE Basel, photo basel founders interviewed; meet the artist who rips her canvases; cat-loving design; and more...

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Europe Edition

Visual arts – Switzerland

Founder Alexis Hubshman on What's New at SCOPE Basel 2016

by Mark Beech • SCOPE Basel is preparing for its 10th edition – with a new venue and confidence from founder Alexis Hubshman that it will be showing the best of emerging talents and international galleries.

Visual arts – Switzerland

Fair Directors Sven Eisenhut and Samuel Riggenbach on photo basel 2016

by Darryl Wee • Photo basel, Switzerland’s first art fair dedicated exclusively to photography, returns for its second edition from June 15-19. BLOUIN ARTINFO spoke with the fair's founders and directors Sven Eisenhut and Samuel Riggenbach — both of whom, at under 40, cut youthful figures in the art fair arena — to find out more about the rapidly evolving photo basel and what’s new this year.

Visual arts – UK/ Italy

Newsmakers: Italian Artist Couple Eva and Franco Mattes

by Thea Ballard, Modern Painters • Partners in art and life since they met at age 18 in 1994, Italian artists Eva and Franco Mattes have by turns a playful and critical relationship to cultural institutions and mass media, particularly the Internet.

Visual arts – Turkey

VIDEO: In the Studio with Ebru Uygun

by Blouin Artinfo • Turkish artist Ebru Uygun works her canvases more than most artists: after painting, she rips them and then reassembles the bands to create abstract wavelike structures that reveal her layering process. Aurelie Boas visits her studio in Istanbul to discuss the artist’s deconstruction and reconstruction approach to artmaking.

Visual arts – UK

At ‘Made in China,’ All That Glitters Is Not Gold

by Samuel Spencer • Visitors to the Harley Gallery in Nottinghamshire this summer will have the chance to play art authenticator. Harley will display “Made in China,” an installation from ceramicist Clare Twomey that challenges the viewer to distinguish the handmade from the mass manufactured.

Architecture & design – Switzerland

From Zaha Hadid to Frank Gehry: Top 5 Basel Buildings

by Robert Michael Poole • Art Basel comes but once a year (well in Basel at least). But around the Swiss town stand solidly permanent testaments to art in the form of exceptional architecture by an impressive who’s who of modern architects.

Architecture & design – France

VIDEO: Karen Chekerdjian on her Retrospective at the Arab World Institute in Paris

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • While favoring functionality, Lebanese designer Karen Chekerdjian has always loved to push the ambiguity of her designs, creating sculptural objects as pretty to look at as to use or wear.

Architecture & design – International

Design Oddities: You Can Now Lick Your Cat

by Jana Perkovic • “Have you ever wanted to lick your cat? Now you can – without the fur balls.” LICKI, the device that allows its owner to lick their cat back, has reached its funding goal after only 11 days, becoming an Internet sensation.


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