Iranian artist, Reza Aramesh, is another Parcour artist whose work, “Site of the Fall: Study of the Renaissance Garden,” consists of three hand-carved and polished carrara marble sculptures presented in different contexts: beside the masterpieces of the Antiquities Museum, on the banks of the Rhine river, and before the threshold of Basel’s civil courthouse.
Artist Latifa Echakkhch will display his work, “Screen Shot,” in the Basler Münstersaal. His work is comprised of several three-panel screens of the artist’s height and arranged like a labyrinth, draped with clothes immersed in black India ink; each item leaving drippings on the panels and floor, which is reminiscent of wet clothing that has been lost on the run.
Leila Heller Gallery
Reza Aramesh Studio is pleased to announce its participation at Art Basel Parcours 2017, curated by Samuel Leuenberger. The showcase will entail three sculptures from the series ‘Site of the Fall: Study of the Renaissance Garden'.
Art Basel Parcours will be open to the public from the 12th until the 18th of June, 2017.
Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig, St. Alban-Graben 5 (Basel Museum of Ancient Art and Ludwig Collection)
Zivilgericht Basel-Stadt, Bäumleingasse 5
(Court of Justice Basel)
(along Rhine Promenade)
Reza Aramesh is represented by Leila Heller Gallery, New York and Dubai.
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Timofej Andrijashenko dancer at Teatro alla Scala in Milano
Timofej Andrijashenko dancer at Teatro alla Scala in Mailand, performing the Symphony in c, in those days in Milano, here portrayed by @larecherchestudio in our atelier of Pietrasanta. Timofej Andrijashenko qui ritratto nel nostro atelier di Pietrasanta, si esibisce al Teatro alla Scala in questi giorni, nella Symphony in c .