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Art exhibitions

The Helvetia Art Foyer, a publicly accessible exhibition space at the insurer's head office in Basel, is an art space in which works from the collection are presented in solo shows, in dialogue, or in group exhibitions on a specific theme. Selected artists are also invited to stage solo shows there.

Preview

Julia Steiner "Borrowed Light"

Using black paint and virtuoso brushstrokes, Julia Steiner transforms the Helvetia Art Foyer into a walk-in painting of light and shadow. 6 june until 26 september 2019, every Thursday, 4-8 p.m. (except 1 August), Steinengraben 25 in Basel, free admission

The making-of of the exhibition

In retrospect

2019
Gemischtes Doppel – A perfect Match
A Perfect Match
21 February – 23 May 2019
2018
Tief verwurzelt – Weit verzweigt
Tief verwurzelt – Weit verzweigt
17 October 2018 – 31 January 2019
 Klodin Erb «Ein langer Tag»
Klodin Erb «Ein langer Tag»
7 June - 4 October 2018
Read the story
2018-have-a-seat
Have a Seat
8 February – 24 May 2018
Read the story
2017
2017-huber-huber
huber.huber: Save Our Souls
7 September 2017 – 19 January 2018
Read the story
2017-hortus-botanicus
Hortus Botanicus
28 April – 24 August 2017
Read the story
2017-francisco-sierra
Francisco Sierra / Camillo Paravicini
19 January – 13 April 2017
2016
2016-assemblage-bricolage-collage
Assemblage Bricolage Collage
8 September – 15 December 2016
2016-studer-vandenberg
Studer / van den Berg
12 May – 11 August 2016
2015
2015-all-risk
All-Risk
30 October 2015 – 29 February 2016
2015-tom-huber
Tom Huber
23 May – 11 September 2015
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