Geometric Shapes at Art Basel 2016
Art Basel happened last weekend and it was epic. For those of you who were thinking, “what the punk is Art Basel?”, it’s basically a massive art fair that hosts the world's premier galleries and their artists. For most artists and art fanatics, Art Basel is the pinnacle of year-round art exhibitions. While the Miami event is the star-studded, fan favorite, the event is also hosted in two other cities: Basel, Switzerland and Hong Kong, China.
Besides the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the key art connoisseurs from all around the world, many artists attend to find inspiration and check out some cool artwork.
Here are some of our favorite (geometric shaped) art pieces or installations from this year’s show that give us inspiration:
Acquavella Galleries hailing from New York City, specializing in Impressionist, Modern & Contemporary art.
#KennethNoland's 1964 painting 'Mach II' via@acquavellagalleries | Galleries 2016
lucianabritogaleria originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil specializing in contemporary art. See some of their most interesting work:
Esther Schipper / Johnen Galerie
This gallery showcased the work of Angela Bulloch, who specializes in sculptures and installations based on architecture and industrial design, with her “pixel boxes” feature. Liam Gillick with his Suspended Collapse plexigals on the right and Matti Braun’s Untitled work on the left.
On the far end of the booth, Ryan Gander’s lightbox The Connectivity Suite (2016) explores the nature of creativity and Martin Honert’s illuminated dormitory room is in the middle of the frame.
These artists and their work are what inspire us to get up, get out and #MakeSomething. If you’re feeling the same and not exactly sure where to begin, unwind with some Paper Punk and get creative. The #PaperPossibilities are endless!