Basel is Back: A Review of Art Basel 2021

And just like that, almost as if there was no global pandemic that crippled the world for the past year and a half, Art Basel returned to the Swiss city where it started over 50 years ago, bringing together 272 premier galleries from 33 countries and territories. Including the now irreplaceable Unlimited section with monumental projects that transcend the classical art fair booth, Statements sector dedicated to emerging artists, Edition section for editioned works, prints, and multiples, site-specific works presented under Parcours program, film section, as well as public artworks and performance on Messeplatz in front of the fair building, the 2021 edition was visited by some 60,000 people between the 21st and 26th of September.

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