Galerie Nagel Draxler

ART BASEL 2019 "ART BASEL 2019"

Art Basel 2019
Messeplatz 10
4058 Basel
Switzerland
Art Basel Website / Nagel Draxler @ Art Basel

Opening Hours
Private Days (by invitation only)
Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 11am to 8pm
Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 11am to 8pm

Vernissage (by invitation only)
Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 4pm to 8pm

Public Days
Thursday, June 13, 2019, 11am to 7pm
Friday, June 14, 2019, 11am to 7pm
Saturday, June 15, 2019, 11am to 7pm
Sunday, June 16, 2019, 11am to 7pm

Bildschirmfoto 2019-05-28 um 14.42.22
Kader Attia
From the series: "Following the Modern Genealogy", 2018 
Photographs, vintage documents, photocopies on cardboard 
77 x 102 cmKader Attia
"Repaired Broken Mirror", 2017 
Mirror, iron wire, wooden support 
24 x 21 x 3 cmMark Dion
"Cabinet of Marvels", 2019
 Mixed media
190 x 130 x 48 cmDetail:
Mark Dion
"Cabinet of Marvels", 2019 Mixed media
190 x 130 x 48 cmDetail:
Mark Dion
"Cabinet of Marvels", 2019 Mixed media
190 x 130 x 48 cmDetail:
Mark Dion
"Cabinet of Marvels", 2019 Mixed media
190 x 130 x 48 cmEgan Frantz
"Neither fish nor fowl, nor fish and fowl, at once", 2019 
Synthetic polymer on canvas
200 x 136 cmEgan Frantz
"Who doesn't like a little fire", 2019 
Synthetic polymer on canvas 
200 x 136 cmAbdulnasser Gharem
"Concrete Block IV", 2018
Rubber stamps and industrial lacquer paint on 9 mm plywood board
100 x 111 x 54 cmAbdulnasser Gharem
"The Stamp (Inshallah)", 2008
Hand carved oversized wooden stamp with embossed rubber face 
95 x 95 x 120 cm
Edition of 8 + 3 APAbdulnasser Gharem
"The Stamp (Inshallah)", 2008
Hand carved oversized wooden stamp with embossed rubber face 
95 x 95 x 120 cm
Edition of 8 + 3 APAbdulnasser Gharem
"The Safe", 2019

Art Basel – UnlimitedSayre Gomez
"AMX", 2019
Acrylic on canvas over panel 
152.4 x 122 cmSayre Gomez
Untitled, 2019
Acrylic on canvas over panel
91.44 x 121.92 cmStefan Müller
"Der Große Raub Von Wolkenkuckucksheim", 2019 
Acrylic on canvas
192 x 192 cmMartha Rosler
From the series: "House Beautiful, Bringing the War Home, New Series"
Photomontage as C-PrintMartha Rosler
"Wine (Muktada)", 2004
From the series: "House Beautiful, Bringing the War Home, New Series"
Photomontage as C-PrintMartha Rosler
"Hooded Captives", 2004
From the series: "House Beautiful, Bringing the War Home, New Series"
Photomontage as C-PrintMartha Rosler
"Back Garden", 2004
From the series: "House Beautiful, Bringing the War Home, New Series"
Photomontage as C-PrintMartha Rosler
"Lounging Woman", 2004
From the series: "House Beautiful, Bringing the War Home, New Series"
Photomontage as C-PrintDominik Sittig
"Autoscooter, 1967 (Hanna, Bärbel)", 2019 
Acrylic on unprimed cotton
165 x 115 cmGang Zhao
"People's Congress 1", 2019
Oil on canvas
130 x 89 cmGang Zhao
"People's Congress 2", 2019
Oil on canvas
130 x 89 cmGang Zhao
"Chinese horror", 2019
Oil on canvas
150 x 90 cmHeimo Zobernig
Untitled, 2011 
Acrylic, canvas 
60 x 60 cmHeimo Zobernig
Untitled, 2005
Fabric tape, primed canvas
200 x 200 cmHeimo Zobernig
Untitled, 2005 
Acrylic, tape, canvas 
100 x 100 cmHeimo Zobernig
Untitled, 2005
Fabric tape on primed canvas 
100 x 100 cm

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HALL 2.1, S16

With works by:
KAI ALTHOFF, KADER ATTIA, MARK DION, EGAN FRANTZ, ABDULNASSER GHAREM, SAYRE GOMEZ, MARTIN KIPPENBERGER, STEFAN MÜLLER, ALBERT OEHLEN, MARTHA ROSLER, DOMINIK SITTIG, GANG ZHAO, HEIMO ZOBERNIG

 

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UNLIMITED

ABDULNASSER GHAREMTHE SAFE

Galerie Nagel Draxler is delighted to announce our participation at Art Basel Unlimited. In collaboration with Galerie Brigitte Schenk we will be showing the complex installation The Safe by Abdulnasser Gharem:

A sound-proof padded cell as to be found in psychiatric wards or goals for violent inmates will be erected to measure 4 x 6 x 4 meters. The walls are rubberised. This material corresponds to Gharem’s artistic procedure, in which rubber stamps are at once subjects of and material for his art, brimming with hidden messages arranged back-to-front as they would be on a stamp. Likewise, in the cell the contours of the Saudi Arabian flag can be made out. Inside the cell, we hear classical music playing softly. It is impossible to evade the sense of claustrophobic oppression, the distress and powerlessness, the malignity. With the pre-prepared stamps put at their disposal on the autopsy table, visitors, ushered in by guards at roughly one-minute intervals, can leave their ‘imprint’ on the wall provided for that purpose or inscribe a hand-written statement on it. The stamps are with terms originating from politics and historical epics of violence.