20 Limited Editions to Collect at Art Basel

Artsy Specialist
Jun 11, 2018 5:57pm
Each year, Art Basel brings together some of the world’s most covetable artworks—from emerging paintings in the fair’s Statements sector to large-scale sculptures in Unlimited.
For more affordable options, look to the prints and multiples in the fair’s Edition section. There, you’ll find Anni Albers’s abstractions, John Baldessari’s emojis, Dana Schutz’s portraits, and more.
To buy any of these limited editions, you can click on the image to contact the gallery directly.

Anni Albers

Trained at the legendary Bauhaus school, Albers often used a graph paper notebook to create her abstract compositions, such as these hypnotic, maze-like patterns.

Marilyn Minter

Minter’s Spray On series embodies the artist’s signature style, presenting glamorous, mysterious, and visceral views of models behind steamed panes of glass.
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Miles Aldridge

Though they appear as photographs, these portrayals of otherworldly utopias are actually screenprints—and the images will break apart into tiny dots of color when you get up close.

John Baldessari

Often called the “Godfather of Conceptual Art,” Baldessari is known for exploring the relationship between words and pictures. These prints highlight the artist’s newest obsession: emojis.
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Dana Schutz

The Brooklyn-based artist’s gestural compositions often combine grotesque characters with subtle comedy—and these new prints are no exception.

Ellsworth Kelly

The American Minimalist—whose final artwork debuted in Austin, Texas earlier this year—has an instantly recognizable aesthetic, filled with flat, brightly colored shapes.
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Bruce Nauman

From witty text to bathroom clowns, Nauman is celebrated for his irreverent subject matter and diverse use of materials, which includes printmaking, neon sculptures, and video art.