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Art Basel 2013

Interview: architect Jacques Herzog on Art Basel’s new hall

The co-founder of Herzog & de Meuron architects on remodelling Messe Basel and the end of Modernity

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Design Miami

Design Miami/Basel to relocate to more spacious hall in exhibition complex

Change was inevitable if the fair was to stay in Basel, as the limitations of the original site would have restricted its growth

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Architecture

Are too many museums relying on too few architects?

Famous name or talented newcomer—how art museum architects are chosen today

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Tate Modern

Tate gets a helping hand from Oman as a 'modest' few million are put forward for Tate Modern 2

Given the Tate still needs over £100m, it is a welcome gift

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India

Plans for Kolkata Museum of Modern Art: India's answer to Tate Modern?

A major new museum to be built in eastern India is being largely supported by commercial galleries and corporate collections

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Tate Modern

Tate Modern gets £50m towards new extension from the government

The generous contribution is the highest made to a cultural project in 10 years

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Tate Modern

Tate expansion by Herzog & de Meuron secures $100m from British state

Swiss duo stake claim to be the art world’s favourite architects

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Tate

Ziggurat extension for Tate

Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, this addition to the museum will provide much needed exhibition space

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Herzog

First Tate Modern, now Herzog & de Meuron convert power station in Madrid

Spain's La Caixa follows in Tate's footsteps

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Tate Modern

The architecture of Tate Modern. Deceptively simple

Architects Herzog & de Meuron play subtle tricks with lighting and glass boxes

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Tate

The Tate Gallery: Architecture’s Degree Zero

Architectural theorist Jehuda Safran discusses the merits of Herzog and de Meuron