Programming: artgenève 2018

Jan 11, 2018 4:46PM

Each year, artgenève devotes a large area to non-commercial exhibitions, including private and public collections as well as curated shows.  

The Estate Show. Anthony McCall, Vertical Works, 2017. Photo: Julien Gremaud

The Estate Show  

The The Estate Show section presents in each edition a monumental installation of a historical artist.  

Max Bill, Sculpture Park / 2018  

The Living Room

Each year,  artgenève  invites exhibiting galleries to offer works for sale around a common theme for its section  The Living Room, curated by Samuel Gross.  

Alpine Dream / 2018  

artgenève / Sculptures      

artgenève/sculptures gives the opportunity to participating galleries as well as to private collections and institutions to exhibit sculptures in the city’s public space. In winter, the inauguration takes place during the fair and the sculptures are exhibited on the shores of the Lac Leman. In summer, they are installed in the Parc des Eaux-Vives. Exhibitions last for about 3 months.  

Winter 2018:  

Quai Wilson  

Fabrice Gygi, Capsule debout, 2008, Art Bärtschi & Cie, Genève  

Gonzalo Lebrija, Cubo Torcido, 2017, Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris  

Carsten Höller, Giant Triple Mushroom, 2017, Galleria Continua, San Gimignano-Les Moulins-Bejing-La Habana  

Antony Gormley, Big take, 2014, Galleria Continua, San Gimignano-Les Moulins-Bejing-La Habana  

Louise Nevelson, Transparent Horizon, 1972-73, Pace Gallery, London-Paris-New York  

Barry Flanagan, Large Monument, 1996, Grob Gallery, Genève  

artgenève / Editions

artgenève tattoos, limited editions of 12 artists / 2013-2018  

For the fifth consecutive year, two artists have been mandated by artgenève to create a motif, then reproduced in the format of a tattoo by TATTYOO  with editions limited to 2000 copies.  

2018 – Valentin Carron, Cuore Maturo, 2017  

2018 – Ebecho Muslimova, Fatebe Apples and Oranges, 2017