Artgenève / Salon d’Art
February 1–4, 2018

Andreas Duscha, Tresor, 2016 / Christine König Galerie

Over the course of six years of continued development and consolidation, Artgenève has taken root in the Geneva Lake region, establishing itself as a high end and internationally renowned contemporary and modern art fair.

For its 7th edition, Artgenève enlarges its offer to decorative arts, historic and contemporary design and tribal art by inviting the PAD (Pavilion of Arts and Design, Paris & London).

 

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Communal, 1969 / Bailly Gallery

Bruno Gambone, Pair of Cube Sculptures, 1980 / 18 Davies Street Art & Design

Angela Lyn, building site I+II+III, 2014 / Cortesi Gallery

Paul Neagu, New Hyphen, 1994 / Allegra Nomad Gallery

Mandla Reuter, Clouds, 2018 / Mezzanin, Geneva

Artgenève welcomes international galleries and also devotes a large area to public and private collections, as well as independent spaces and curators, promoting a dynamic dialogue between institutions and galleries.

In partnership with the City of Geneva and participating galleries, Artgenève invests public spaces with Artgenève/sculptures, an exhibition including a summer and winter edition taking place along the lakeside and in the city.

Artgenève will also offer a rich program of invited exhibitions including the Whitechapel Gallery and Swiss Private Collections presenting artworks from the artists Martin Disler, Giuseppe Penone and Mark Leckey.

 

Pavel Ilie, Bagarian series, 1975 / Allegra Nomad Gallery

Guillaume Dénervaud, HH Schématik 1°, 2018 / Hard Hat, Geneva; Photo Annik Wetter

Joan Hernández Pijuan, Sèrie Ornamental 2, 2005 / Galería Joan Prats

Etel Adnan, Untitled, 2017 / Galerie Lelong & Co.

Hans Olsen, Armchair, 1956, Bramin / Modernity, Stockholm

Others among the long list of participants and exhibitors include Fondation Beyeler (Editions), Whitechapel Gallery, V-A-C Foundation, Galerie Lelong & Co., Häusler Contemporary, Gagosian Gallery, Bernheimer Fine Art, Allegra Nomad, Centre de la Photographie, and magazines including Frieze, Artforum, The Art Newspaper, and ArtReview.

 

Artgenève / Salon d’Art
February 1–4, 2018 / Palexpo Geneva
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