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Art Fair

Art Basel 2022

June 16–19, 2022, hall 2, booth B15
Messe Basel

Gagosian is pleased to participate in Art Basel 2022 with modern and contemporary works by gallery artists, as well as special entries in the Unlimited section of the fair.

Gagosian’s booth in the main section of the fair represents the full breadth and depth of the gallery’s programming through work by many of its represented artists. On view are new works by Mark Grotjahn, Rudolf Stingel, and Jonas Wood; works by newly represented artists including Ashley Bickerton, Rick Lowe, and Jordan Wolfson; and works by Theaster Gates and Brice Marden, both of whom are also exhibiting at other venues in Basel—Gagosian’s gallery at Rheinsprung 1 and Kunstmuseum Basel, respectively—during the fair.

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Nam June Paik and Jud Yalkut

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Nam June Paik and Jud Yalkut, Waiting for Commercials, 1966–72, 1992 (still) © Nam June Paik Estate and © Estate of Jud Yalkut. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York

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