Upcoming at the Kunsthaus Baselland

A monograph to the exhibition of Edit Oderbolz will be published by argobooks, in cooperation with the Kunstverein Nürnberg – Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft. On Wednesday, 12 October 2016 6.30 pm the catalouge will be presented during a conversation with the artist in the exhibition at the Kunsthaus Baselland.

Edit Oderbolz
The Moon is Shining from the Left.

The monograph is published by argobooks, in cooperation with the Kunstverein Nürnberg – Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft.

Editors: Ines Goldbach, Kunsthaus Baselland, Simone Neuenschwander,
Kunstverein Nürnberg – Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft

Authors: Ines Goldbach, Simone Neuenschwander, Noëlle Pia, Aoife Rosenmeyer

Design: Emanuel Tschumi

Publisher: argobooks, Berlin

For the support of exhibition and publication we thank:
Kanton Basel-Stadt Kultur, kulturelles.bl, Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung, Roldenfund, Hans und Renée Müller-Meylan Stiftung, Erna und Curt Burgauer Stiftung, Ernst und Olga Gubler-Hablützel Stiftung as well as supporters who wish to remain


Upcoming at the Kunsthaus Baselland

The catalouge of the exhibition of Bruno Jakob is published by edition fink and willbe presented on Thursday, October 20 at 6.30 pm as part of a performance with Bruno Jakob and Hans Witschi in Kunsthaus Baselland.

Bruno Jakob
Editor: Ines Goldbach, Kunsthaus Baselland

Authors: Susanne Bieri, Bruno Botella, Chris Bünter, Bice Curiger, die nomadisierenden veranstalter, Silvia Buol, Simon Baur, Fanni Fetzer, Christian Fluri, Ines Goldbach, Vinzenz Hediger, Thomas Huber, Gianni Jetzer, Roman Kurzmeyer, Heidy Lambelet, Marlene McCarty, Niggi Messerli, Donald Moffett, Claudia Müller, Sabine Rusterholz-Petko, Beat Wismer, Hans Witschi, Eveline Wüthrich.

Concept: Bruno Jakob, Ines Goldbach, Georg Rutishauser

Design: Georg Rutishauser

Publisher: edition fink, Zürich

For the support of exhibition and publication we thank:
Sophie und Karl Binding Stiftung, Aargauer Kuratorium as well as supporters, who wish to remain

Thomas Hauri

The publication gives a specific overview of the work of the 1974 -born artist Thomas Hauri who operates in Basel for many years. For his first institutional solo exhibition at the Kunsthaus Baselland he showed his large-format works from recent years in the entire ground floor. A great performance, which in the publication designed by buero Berrel/Gschwind, Basel finds a good documentation both in text and in image .

Publikation Hauri
Thomas Hauri
Hg. Ines Goldbach, Kunsthaus Baselland
with texts from Daniel Morgenthaler, Ines Goldbach
and a talk with Ines Goldbach and Thomas Hauri

design: Büro Berrel/Gschwind, Basel

104 pages, 25 colored pictures, 9 black and white pictures
26 x 34 cm
ISBN 978-3-9524292-5-9
CHF 34.-/ EUR 33.-

Max Leiß

Publication for solo exhibition by Max Leiß at Kunsthaus Baselland. Texts by Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret, University of Savoie, and Ines Goldbach, Directorate Kunsthaus Baselland.

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Max Leiß
Zeichensatz

Hg. Ines Goldbach, Kunsthaus Baselland

texts: Max Leiß, Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret and Ines Goldbach

Mark Petzinger Verlag

CHF 20.- / EUR 19.-

ISBN 978-3-9524292-6-6

ÜBERZEICHNEN. Von Basel aus. 

publication to the exhibition ÜBERZEICHNEN. Von Basel aus. Accompanying the exhibition this comprehensive publication with detailed contributions to the 18 positionsis published. In addition, each artist has been asked to design a sheet of the photo paper.

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Publikation zu Überzeichnen. Von Basel aus

ed: Ines Goldbach, Cécile Hummel, Kunsthaus Baselland
editorial staff: Ines Golfbach, Cécile Hummel, Georg Rutishauser

ÜBERZEICHNEN. Von Basel aus
Kunsthaus Baselland
18. September bis 15. November 2015

edition fink Verlag für zeitgenössische Kunst
95 pages (Text),image paper, language: german
ISBN 978-3-03746-189-1

Lara Almarcegui

Book Launch at Kunsthaus Baselland: Thursday June 18, 2015 / 10 am

The publication shows works of the first solo exhibition in Switzerland by Lara Almarcegui.

Including dialogues with Lara Almarcegui and Ines Goldbach (director Kunsthaus Baselland) and texts by Chus Martínez (director Institut Kunst, HGK) and Philip Ursprung (Professor Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte at ETH Zürich).

 

Katharina Hinsberg released on: Wednesday, July 8, 2015

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Kunsthaus Baselland Ines Goldbach (ed.)
Lara Almarcegui
Christoph Merian Verlag
132 pages, 42 coloured images, bound, 17,5 x 24,5 cm, German / English
CHF 29.– / € 26,–

ISBN 978-3-85616-677-9

Katharina Hinsberg
The room installation fields (colors) of the artist Katharina Hinsberg changed in summer 2015, the annex of the Kunsthaus with its approximately 36-meter-long wall fundamentally. Wafer-thin, 20-grammige tissue papers were layered in succession by the artist in 16 different colors and mounted in a grid of square fields over the entire wall. Gradually, the layers were removed and repeatedly created new views.

The publication documents the work fields (colors) 2014/15 in the context of solo exhibitions at the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen and the Kunsthaus Baselland. With contributions by Julia Hagenberg, Head of Education Department Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, and Ines Goldbach, Directorate Kunsthaus Baselland.

Katharina Hinsberg

Katharina Hinsberg
Feldern (Farben)
Kunsthaus Baselland, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Hg.)
text: Ines Goldbach, Julia Hagenberg
CHF 20.-/EUR 19.-

Oliver Minder
The publication High End Natural documented the first solo exhibitions of Oliver Minder at Kunsthaus Baselland. With contributions by Igor Ruza, University of Auckland, Olivier Joliat, journalist and author, Werner von Mutzenbecher, freelance artist, and Ines Goldbach, Directorate Kunsthaus Baselland.

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Oliver Minder
High End Natural

Hg. Ines Goldbach, Kunsthaus Baselland

texts: Oliver Joliat, Werner von Mutzenbecher, Igor Ruza and a talk with Oliver Minder and Ines Goldbach

56 Seiten / Deutsch / Englisch

CHF 20.-/EUR 19.-

ISBN 978-3-9524292-4-2

Jan Hostettler

The publication documents the first major solo exhibition of Jan Hostettler in Kunsthaus Baselland. With contributions Roland Fischer, scientific and cultural journalist, and Ines Goldbach, Directorate Kunsthaus Baselland.

Jan Hostettler, Beweise

Jan Hostettler
Beweise

Hg. Ines Goldbach, Kunsthaus Baselland und Jan Hostettler

Mit Texten von: Roland Fischer, Ines Goldbach

65 Seiten / Deutsch / Englisch

CHF 20.- / EUR 19.-

ISBN 978-3-9524292-3-5

Toon Verhoef

After nearly ten-year break in which Toon Verhoef realized no large, up to 5 meters wide painting more, the presented exhibition catalog of the currently acquired work group is dedicated to large-format paintings of the dutch artist. The richly illustrated publication, which refers to the current exhibition at the Kunsthaus Baselland and later at the De Pont Museum Tilburg, faces early resulting large-scale works to recent paintings. The catalog gives a fascinating insight into the development of the exceptional painting of the artist, who lives and works in Amsterdam and Edam.  He became known through spectacular performances such as, inter alia, 1977 MoMA PS1, New York, 1983 to the documenta7 in Kassel, 1983 and 2001 at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

45 pages with 14 color illustrations, some full-page installation shots from two sites in Basel and Tilburg and a detailed list of exhibitions with bibliography.

The exhibition catalog is produced in cooperation with the Kunsthaus Baselland and the De Pont Museum, Tilburg. With introductory words of the editors Ines Goldbach and Hendrik Driessen, an interview with Toon Verhoef and text to Verhoefs current paintings by Ben Visser.

Order now at: office@kunsthausbaselland.ch and by telephone at +41 61 312 83 88th

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Toon Verhoef

Ines Goldbach/Hendrik Driessen (Hg.)

45 pages, 14 color illustrations, bounded. Text in english, german and dutch.

CHF 29.00 / EUR 28.00

ISBN 978-3-9524292-2-8

Always Minimalist (Painter)
Erik Steinbrecher and Alexis Zavialoff (Hg./Ed.)

It is an unconventional artist book accompanying the current exhibition of Erik Steinbrecher in Kunsthaus Baselland: a photo dialogue between the publisher and the artist Alexis Zavialoff Erik Steinbrecher holding already many months. The Photogallery shows exemplary views guides and observations of the two out of the everyday ‘life with all its humorous, poetic, strange and inexplicable occurrences. , Always Minimalist (Painter) ‘call Erik Steinbrecher and Alexis Zavialoff this photo booklet, which appeared in many objects and situations in a special light, similar to a nightly showcase lighting, the goods, almost converted picturesque in light, constant hawks: glimmer, flashlights , transitions, reflections, illusions, luminaries – and a bridge to stone crusher plant design in the Kunsthaus Baselland supplies.

100 of these artists’ books that have been published in an edition of a total of 500 in mottobooks.com be complemented by a single, inferior to the stream of the presented sights with sounds of Erik Steinbrecher.

Supported by the Ernst Göhner Foundation, Galerie Stampa Basel and Paola and Quintus Miller.

Order now at: office@kunsthausbaselland.ch and by telephone at +41 61 312 83 88

Steinbrecher_Künstlerbuch

Erik Steinbrecher und Alexis Zavialoff (Hg./Ed.)
ALWAYS MINIMALIST (PAINTER)
Oktober 2014
© 2014 Alexis Zavialoff, Erik Steinbrecher and Kunsthaus Baselland for the publication
ISBN 978-2-940524-03-7

mottobooks.com

Erste Edition (500 Stk.): CHF 20.00 / EUR 19.00

Special Edition (100 Stk.): CHF 30.00 / EUR 29.00

Poetic sculptures and objects – a world of magic moments

The playful and humorous transformation of everyday objects at the Kunsthaus Baselland from May – July 2014

In recent years Ariel Schlesinger has repeatedly gained attention for his astonishing works and spatial interventions. He has become well known for minimal, consistently precise interventions in everyday objects. Schlesinger transforms things in a playful and witty way, sometimes with an air of danger but above all in a poetic fashion to create lyrical sculptures and objects: a lighter becomes a burning oil lamp; two bent pencils in conjoined existence; or small flames emerge from bicycle valves.

Ariel Schlesinger will create his largest institutional solo exhibition to date at the Kunsthaus Baselland. The publication, including documentation of the exhibition, allows an astonishing view into the creation of this exciting and promising young artist.

With a text from Robert Ginsberg as well as an extended interview with the artist.

About the artist: Ariel Schlesinger (b. 1980) grew up in Israel and studied at the Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and the School of Visual Arts in New York. He now lives and works in Berlin.

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Ines Goldbach (ed.)
ARIEL SCHLESINGER
June 2014
88 pages, 35 coloured images, hardback, 20 x 27,5 cm
ISBN 978-3-85616-651-9
CHF 29.00 / EUR 24,00

Columnist

‘Columnist’ was how Boris Rebetez named his solo exhibition at the Kunsthaus Baselland as he now does this publication. It is not by accident that the reader is sent on a train of thought by the title through the exhibition and catalogue. For is it not the columnist who comments on current affairs in newspapers, journals and magazines, expresses their opinion and thus allows the viewer a view through a different lens? Rebetez allows a somewhat different view of reality with his artistic interventions, which he illustrates in a dynamic form in this publication.

The book is in two languages, German and English.

About the artist: Born in 1970 in Lajoux (Switzerland), Boris Rebetez has lived and worked in Basel for some years. His studies took place, amongst other schools, at the School of Design in Basel and in Biel; in 2008 he had a fellowship at the Istituto Svizzero, Rome, while in 2006 he was awarded the Manor Kunstpreis Basel and in 2001 the Christoph Merian Foundation’s Edinburgh studio residency. Rebetez’s work could be seen in recent years in solo shows at Galerie Von Bartha (Syndrôme temporal, 2013), the Kunstmuseum Solothurn (Anticipation, 2010) or the Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel (Two-story house, 2006) as well as in numerous group exhibitions such as at the Kunsthalle Basel, the Goethe Institute New York, Witte de With Rotterdam or at the Kunsthaus Aarau.

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Boris Rebetez, Ines Goldbach (ed.)
COLUMNIST
February 2014
80 pages, 25 black/white images, soft back, 16 x 24 cm
ISBN 978-3-9524292-0-4
CHF 24.00 / EUR 18,00