Art Basel 2018 Market News

Liste List Revealed: Basel Fair Names Exhibitors for 2018 Edition

Liste’s palatial home.

LISTE

Ah, Liste. In some ways, the enterprise based in Basel, Switzerland, is the most pleasurable of all the world’s art fairs, with formidable sausages on offer down on the street in front of the former Warteck brewery that it calls home, wonderfully venturesome galleries hawking their wares (many quite new to the business), and relatively inexpensive German and Swiss beer flowing like the river Rhine. In others ways, though, it is all a bit maddening—the crowds on opening day are wild, one fears falling off the building’s outdoor staircases, and the layout is insane. But those are really charms of the event, aren’t they?

In any sense, Liste, which began back in 1996 with 36 galleries, just released a list of 79 dealers who have made the cut for its 2018 edition, which will coincide with Art Basel. They were selected from more than 350 applications, the fair said, and they hail from a remarkable 32 countries. Among the names new to the fair this year are Chapter NY and Bodega, both of New York, Maria Bernheim, of Zurich, and Ivan, of Bucharest. (An asterisk in the list below denotes new galleries.) Outfits returning to the fair include New York’s Bridget Donahue, Paris’s Balice Hertling, and London’s Arcadia Missa. And now, the list for the fair, which runs June 11 through 17.

—  VI, VII, Oslo
—  80M2 Livia Benavides, Lima
—  Altman Siegel, San Francisco
—  Christian Andersen, Copenhagen
—  Antenna Space, Shanghai
—  Aoyama Meguro, Tokyo
—  Arcadia Missa, London
—  Balice Hertling, Paris
—  Bernhard, Zurich
—  Maria Bernheim, Zurich *
—  Blank, Cape Town
—  Bodega, New York *
—  Nuno Centeno, Porto
—  Chapter NY, New York *
—  Clearing, New York/Brussels
—  Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles *
—  Crèvecœur, Paris/Marseille
—  Bianca D’Alessandro, Copenhagen
—  Ellen de Bruijne, Amsterdam
—  Bridget Donahue, New York
—  Dürst Britt & Mayhew, The Hague *
—  El Apartamento, Havana *
—  Emalin, London
—  Ermes – Ermes, Vienna *
—  Lars Friedrich, Berlin
—  Frutta, Glasgow/Rome
—  Gaga, Mexico City/Los Angeles
—  Gaudel de Stampa, Paris
—  Gianni Manhattan, Vienna *
—  Ginerva Gambino, Cologne *
—  Green Art Gallery, Dubai
—  Dan Gunn, Berlin
—  Gypsum, Cairo
—  High Art, Paris
—  Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland/Wellington
—  Instituto de Visión, Bogotá
—  Ivan, Bucharest *
—  Jenny’s, Los Angeles
—  Noah Klink, Berlin *
—  Koppe Astner, Glasgow
—  Labor, Mexico City
—  LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina
—  Laveronica, Modica
—  David Lewis, New York
—  Lomex, New York
—  MadeIn, Shanghai
—  Maisterravalbuena, Madrid/Lisbon
—  Marcelle Alix, Paris
—  Marfa’, Beirut
—  Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo
—  Francesca Minini, Milano
—  Monitor, Rome/Lisbon
—  Edouard Montassut, Paris
—  Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin/London
—  Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt o.t.M.
—  NoguerasBlanchard, Madrid/Barcelona
—  Öktem Aykut, Istanbul
—  Overduin & Co., Los Angeles
—  Park View/Paul Soto, Los Angeles/Brussels *
—  PM8, Vigo *
—  Project Native Informant, London
—  Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
—  Raster, Warsaw
—  Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw
—  Sabot, Cluj-Napoca
—  Sé, São Paulo *
—  Société, Berlin
—  Southard Reid, London
—  Gregor Staiger, Zurich
—  Stereo, Warsaw
—  Simone Subal Gallery, New York
—  Sultana, Paris *
—  Joseph Tang, Paris
—  Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn
—  The Breeder, Athens
—  The Sunday Painter, London
—  Truth and Consequences, Geneva
—  Union Pacific, London
—  Weiss Falk, Basel

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