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The international art world comes together in Basel starting from June 13th. More than 4,000 artists from five continents exhibit their work at 200 leading galleries and more during this one week period of time. There are many high-quality exhibitions happening simultaneously across the city which creates an amazing opportunity for discovery that should not be missed by any means possible.

The Pace gallery presentation at Art Basel 2022 has a strong showing with works from 20th century masters to cutting-edge digital paintings. In addition, collectors are sure not miss out on the opportunity for rare pieces by some of today’s most prominent artists. The artists with ongoing projects in Venice will show off their work this year at the gallery booth, including Huong Dodinh and Latifa Echakhchie who are new additions to the roster.

Below is the list of 20 works with images and prices which were sold during the VIP opening days on Monday June 13th and Tuesday June 14th at Pace Galley.

 

1. Yto Barrada, Untitled (madder red), 2021

Silk, dyes from natural extracts

57″ × 41″ (144.8 cm × 104.1 cm)

$75,000 USD

2. Mary Corse, Untitled (White Inner Band with White Sides, Beveled) 2022

glass microspheres in acrylic on canvas, 82″ × 58″ × 4″ (208.3 cm × 147.3 cm × 10.2 cm)

$425,000 USD

3. Jules de Balincourt, They Bring the Rain, 2021

oil and oil stick on panel, 76-1/2″ × 95-1/2″ × 2-1/2″ (194.3 cm × 242.6 cm × 6.4 cm)

$200,000 USD

4. Torkwase Dyson, Open (I Am Everything That Will Save Me), 2022

 wood, acrylic, graphite, and string, 36″ (91.4 cm), diameter, 4 tondos, each 88-1/2″ × 88-1/2″ × 2-3/4″ (224.8 cm × 224.8 cm × 7 cm), overall installed

$175,000 USD

 

5. Adrian Ghenie, Self-Portrait ‘en plein air’ 3, 2022

oil on canvas, 185 cm × 285 cm (72-13/16″ × 9′ 4-3/16″)

$1,800,000 USD

 

6. Loie Hollowell, Split orbs in teal, purple, and fuchsia, 2022

Oil, acrylic medium, and high-density foam on linen over panel, 48″ × 36″ × 3-3/4″ (121.9 cm × 91.4 cm × 9.5 cm)

$450,000 USD

 

7. Kiki Kogelnik, Outer Space, 1964

 oil and acrylic on canvas, 72″ × 54″ (182.9 cm × 137.2 cm) framed, 75-9/16″ × 57-5/8″ (191.9 cm × 146.4 cm)

$265,000 USD

 

8. Lee Kun-Yong, Bodyscape 76-1-2022, 2022

acrylic on canvas, 171 cm × 227 cm (67-5/16″ × 89-3/8″)

$240,000 USD

 

9. Maya Lin, Silver Tigris & Euphrates Watershed, 2022

recycled silver, 6′ 4-5/16″ × 6′ × 3/8″ (193.8 cm × 182.9 cm × 1 cm)

$275,000 USD

 

10. Kylie Manning, More or Less, 2022

oil on linen, 74″ × 96″ (188 cm × 243.8 cm)

$80,000 USD

 

11. Yoshitomo Nara, No War Love & Peace, 2020

bronze, 18-1/8″ × 18-7/8″ × 12-5/8″ (46 cm × 48 cm × 32 cm)

$200,000 USD

 

12. Yoshitomo Nara, Hello Goodbye Fuck You, 2021

pencil on paper, 65 cm × 50 cm (25-9/16″ × 19-11/16″)

$140,000 USD

 

13. Yoshitomo Nara, Untitled(Title TBD), 1998

acrylic on paper, 16-1/2″ × 18″ (41.9 cm × 45.7 cm)

$750,000 USD

 

14 . Yoshitomo Nara, In the Puddle, 2021

pencil on paper, 65 cm × 50 cm (25-9/16″ × 19-11/16″)

$140,000 USD

 

15. Robert Nava, Clown, 2021

acrylic and grease pencil on canvas, 60″ × 48″ (152.4 cm × 121.9 cm)

$85,000 USD

 

16. Louise Nevelson, Dark Cryptic XXV, 1975

black painted wood, 16-1/2″ × 16″ × 15-3/4″ (41.9 cm × 40.6 cm × 40 cm), open 3-1/2″ × 16″ × 15-3/4″ (8.9 cm × 40.6 cm × 40 cm), closed

$185,000 USD

 

17. Richard Pousette-Dart, The Fountain, 1960

oil on canvas, 75-1/2″ × 56″ (191.8 cm × 142.2 cm)

$1,800,000 USD

 

18. Robert Rauschenberg, Rose Dam (Shiner), 1987

acrylic, metal object, stainless steel, aluminum, 48″ × 84″ (121.9 cm × 213.4 cm)

$ 1,200 000

 

19. Arlene Shechet, Into the Blue, 2022

Glazed ceramic, powder coated steel, 60″ × 16″ × 14″ (152.4 cm × 40.6 cm × 35.6 cm)

$80,000 USD

 

20. Marina Perez Simão, Untitled, 2021

oil on canvas, 66-15/16″ × 78-3/4″ (170 cm × 200 cm)

$125,000 USD

 

Images and price information – courtesy of Pace Gallery

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