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Portraits by women are unmasked at the Beyeler Foundation

Close-Up charts the evolution of portraiture from 1870 to the present through the work of nine female artists, from Berthe Morisot to Elizabeth Peyton

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'I was always fascinated by the paintings of Goya': Philippe Parreno on his new video work at the Beyeler

The French-Algerian artist discusses how Goya’s Black Paintings provided inspiration for his latest piece in Switzerland

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Basel's Beyeler Foundation scores coup for Goya show

Exhibition dedicated to the Spanish artist opens next month with a display of 75 paintings including a prized painting from Madrid’s Prado museum

Olafur Eliasson floods museum and removes wall, opening it 24-hours-a-day to ‘insects, bats or birds’ and people

Site-specific installation called Life opened this week at the Fondation Beyeler near Basel in Switzerland and can be visited at all hours

The biggest and best art exhibitions opening around the world in 2021

The new year's must-see shows include Vermeer and Botticelli blockbusters; major Jasper Johns and Yayoi Kusama retrospectives; and sweeping surveys on Iran, slavery and queer art

Acquisitions round-up—Fondation Beyeler gets a frosty Fischli/Weiss snowman

Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter international museum collections

Blockbuster Edward Hopper show is relaunched as Swiss museums come out of 'recent slumber'

Museums in South Korea and Hong Kong have also started reopening after coronavirus lockdowns

The big review: Edward Hopper at the Fondation Beyeler

The Basel exhibition on the painter's landscapes takes a fresh look at the American icon

Three exhibitions to see in Basel this weekend

From the towering ambitions of a young Picasso to Rebecca Horn's Body Fantasies

Fondation Beyeler's Young Picasso exhibition is the second most popular in the museum's history

Swiss museum extended the show to accommodate visitors to Europe for Art Basel and the Venice Biennale

Multi-billion-dollar Picasso show heads to the Beyeler

The exhibition, which opens in February, will focus on Blue and Rose Periods

Bacon and Giacometti go head to head in show at Fondation Beyeler

Swiss museum hosts first major comparative exhibition of the two artists

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Standards are upheld at Art Basel 2014 with consistent sales throughout

Dealers seem to have come to terms with the pressures of showing at such a prestigious fair, and prepared well ahead of time

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Art Basel veterans list their top four things to do in the city

Basel's best kept secrets, told by artists, curators, dealers and connoisseurs

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Investigating under Ernst’s surfaces at the Fondation Beyeler

Technical analysis could reveal secrets of rare Ernst plaster sculpture

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Marc Spiegler to assume sole charge of Basel

Joint director takes overall control of fairs

'We are entering into the uncanny valley': Interview with Philippe Parreno

The artist’s solo show at the Beyeler this month includes new films starring a black garden and a robotic Marilyn Monroe

Segantini contextualised at the Fondation Beyeler, Basel

The exhibition, on until 25 April, illustrates his obsession with mountainous landscapes and invites comparison with other Expressionist masterpieces

Basquiat: his market and his legacy

Beyeler exhibition aims to place the artist, who died at 27, high in the canon

Fondation Beyeler unveils plans to allow observation of Matisse restoration

A conservation studio will be opened to educate the public about the costly process of reconstructing Matisse's Acanthes

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"A new kind of freedom in looking": Remembering the birth of Art Basel on its fortieth anniversary

Artists, buyers, sellers, organisers, critics and restaurateurs have recorded their memories of Art Basel’s first four decades

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Interview with Sam Keller: “Art Basel is not a shopping mall”

Fair director Sam Keller believes his greatest achievement has been to combine culture with commerce

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"It was the world's most important fair before I came, it is now, and it will continue to be after I've left": Interview with Art Basel director Sam Keller

After his intention to step down from Basel goes public, Sam Keller discusses the fair's evolution, his legacy, and pastures new at the Beyeler Foundation

Anselm Kiefer on a massive scale at the Beyeler Foundation

The German master of the mythical and grandiose puts on a large-scale overview show

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What’s on beyond Art Basel this summer

Exploring Basel commercial galleries; from Classic Modernists to new contemporaries