Hall 2.0 Booth B4
Our gallery work and exhibition activities first commenced in the spring of 1969. Over the years, we have published catalogues along with more extensive publications on artists represented by the gallery. We also have supported and enabled relevant publications by institutions and publishing houses.
In 2018 the Munich-based Sieveking Verlag is issuing a carefully designed and printed book on the paintings on paper by James Bishop (*1927). The book was edited by Dr. Michael Semff and Gianfranco Verna.
Since 1976 the gallery has accompanied the work of this great painter, who is now over ninety years old. It is therefore fitting that a selection of works by James Bishop occupies a place of honor in our presentation this year.
Our exhibition features a larger group of important drawings by Fred Sandback (1945 – 2003) that have never before been shown. A steel sculpture from 1968 perfectly complements this group of works. In 1971, the work of the young Fred Sandback had its inaugural showing in our gallery premises.
In addition, we will be presenting rare early works by Robert Mangold, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Richard Tuttle and Jerry Zeniuk as well as a number of new pieces by these artists.
We are pleased to draw attention to an exhibition in our gallery, which is especially worth seeing: we have put together a show of selected works that represent the artistic profile of the gallery. A room with paintings by Robert Mangold from various phases of his artistic career provides a particular focal point.
held by Christiane Meyer-Stoll
Conservator Art Museum Liechtenstein
The FEAGA Awards 2018 – Invitation
14th May 2018
Dear Colleagues and presidents of the European Gallery Associations,
The president of the FEAGA Award, Ernst Hilger and the Global Director of Art Basel, Marc Spiegler cordially invite you to attend the FEAGA AWARD Ceremony 2018.
For the 14th time the AWARDS will be presented at the opening of ART BASEL 2018 in a special ceremony and in the presence of the FEAGA board and president on the 13th June 2018 with the cooperation of ART BASEL.
We are proud to honour in great respect for their lifetime achievement and for creating and directing an exemplary gallery of high standing:
Annemarie and Gianfranco Verna from the Annemarie Verna Galerie, Zürich, Switzerland.
The Award for creativity and new inspiration as well as for exemplary cooperation with the art community goes to:
Sofie Van de Velde, Gallery Sofie Van de Velde, Antwerp, Belgium.
The ceremony will take place on Wednesday June 13th 2018 10 a.m. at the Congress Centre Basel, Room Osaka/Samarkant, Messeplatz, Basel.
The introductions will be held by Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Curator Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Lichtenstein and Joost Declecq, Director Museum Dhont-Dhaenens, Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium.
The Awards will again be created by sculptor LEO ZOGMAYER / Austria depicting the visible and invisible effort that goes into being a dedicated gallery.
Former Award winners have been: Ernst Beyeler, Suisse (2005), Esther Schipper, Germany (2005); Denise René, France (2006), Ellen de Bruyne, The Netherlands (2006); Annely Juda, Great Britain (2007), Zeno X Gallery, Belgium (2007); Galerie Hans Mayer, Germany (2008), Layr Wüstenhagen, Austria (2008); Soledad Lorenzo, Spain (2009), Galerie BQ, Germany (2009); Kaj Forsblom, Finland (2010), V1 Gallery, Denmark (2010); Studio La Città, Italy (2011); Freymond-Guth Fine Arts, Switzerland (2012), Galerie Krinzinger, Austria (2012); Leslie Waddington, Great Britain (2013), Ani Molnár Gallery, Hungary (2013); Galerie Gisela Capitain, Germany (2014), Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, France, (2014); Galerie Fons Welters, The Netherlands (2015), KOW, Germany (2015); Galerie Bernd Klüser, Germany (2016), Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Estonia (2016); Galerie nächst St. Stephan, Austria (2017), Galleria Massimo Minini, Italy (2017).
The Jury consists of:
Ernst Hilger, President of the jury
Adriaan Raemdonck, Belgium, FEAGA President
David Juda, U.K.
Kristian Jarmuschek, Germany
Gió Marconi, Italy
Victor Gisler, Switzerland
Art Basel and the FEAGA invite all guests for a glass of champagne to honor the Award winners.
President of the FEAGA Gallery AWARD Jury
Board member of the Federation of European Art Galleries Associations (FEAGA)
For more information: Karine Verloren van Themaat, Secretary FEAGA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Work Groups from the 70s and 80s
June 15 to December 24, 2020
AGNES MARTIN Religion of Love | RICHARD TUTTLE Illustration
Publishers: Estate of Agnes Martin Dream Tree Project, Inc. Richard Tuttle Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne, Germany
Folds & Rips
Edited and published by Dieter Schwarz
Forrest Bess (1911–1977) Museum Fridericianum,
Kassel, Germany, February 15 to September 6, 2020