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Unveiling the Unforgettable: Highlights from Unlimited at Art Basel’s 2023 Edition

Experience the awe-inspiring world of Unlimited at Art Basel's 2023 edition, a journey that came to a close just today. This remarkable exhibition, curated by the talented Giovanni Carmine, pushed the boundaries of traditional art fairs with its selection of 76 extraordinary projects. From the moment you stepped inside, you were greeted by thought-provoking sculptures, mesmerizing video projections, immersive installations, and captivating live performances. The artists behind these works didn't shy away from tackling important issues like climate change and sustainability, infusing their creations with meaningful messages. Yet, amidst the seriousness, there was an injection of joy and lightheartedness that brought smiles to all who visited. Many of the projects showcased here were unveiled for the first time at Art Basel, offering visitors a truly unique and unforgettable experience. As you immersed yourself in the captivating atmosphere of Unlimited, you couldn't help but notice a shift in the art world. Unlimited at Art Basel provided a glimpse into the evolving art landscape and its ever-shifting trends, making it an absolute must-see for art enthusiasts and seekers of inspiration. Although the event has concluded, the impact and memories it left behind will continue to resonate in the hearts and minds of all who attended.


Unlimited at Art Basel 2023 Edition



 

Below, a look at some of the best and wildest works on view in Unlimited.


Serge Attukwei Clottey, Sea Never Dries, 2022 / Simon Lee Gallery


Lubaina Himid, A Fashionable Marriage, 1986/ Hollybush Gardens


Carlos Cruz-Diez, Environnement Chromointerférent, Paris 1974/2018/ Galleria Continua


Firelei Baez, The Vast Ocean Of All Possibilities, 2022/ James Cohan


Brigitte Kowanz, Light Steps, 1990/ Galerie Krinzinger


Jason Rhoades, Topa, 2005 / Hauser & Wirth


Richard Long, Zugspitz Circle, 1998/ Konrad Fischer Galerie


Cornelia Parker, Psychobarn (Cut Up), 2023/ Frith Street Gallery


Jean-Marie Appriou, Horizons, 2023/ Perrotin


Moon Kyungwon & Jeon Joonho, News from Nowhere: Eclipse, 2022-2023/ Hyundai




Photos/ Gen de Art

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