Newsletter No. 04
May 20, 2014


Reinhard Voss | Jolibois | 2014.
Wood and mixed media.
Courtesy of L'Inlassable Galerie.



It is with tremendous enthusiasm that SCOPE announces its Exhibitors for Basel 2014. Returning to its pioneering location in Klybeckquai, the new art and culture center of Basel, SCOPE welcomes 70 International Exhibitors and 10 Breeder Program galleries.

SCOPE Basel opens Tuesday, June 17, with its exclusive Platinum First View, followed by the VIP and Press Event. SCOPE Basel will open to the general public June 18 - 22, 2014.

Accessible by a dedicated SCOPE Tram, SCOPE Basel is connected to the Messeplatz and Claraplatz.





SCOPE Basel Pavilion
Uferstrasse 40
CH-4057 Basel

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Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art
  Primo Marella Gallery

SCOPE New York

Sunken Earth, 2012.
Hand blown flashed glass,
metal, light bulb, electric cable.
Diameter 45 cm.

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Undermind, 2011.
Aluminium cast.
230 x 250 cm.

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SCOPE Basel 2014 Exhibitors: 55bellechasse | Paris, AB Gallery | Emmenbrücke-Luzern, anOTHER art gallery ltd. | Farindola, Art Company MISOOLSIDAE | Seoul, Artra Gallery | Milan, AUREUS Contemporary | Providence RI, Barbara Paci Art Gallery | Pietrasanta, Bart Gallery | Cologne, Beautiful Asset Art Project | Beijing, C-Arte | Buenos Aires, Dubner Moderne | Lausanne, Elizabeth Clement Fine Art | New York, eN arts | Kyoto, Ethan Cohen New York | New York, Five Gallery | Lugano, Frans Jacobs Fine Art | Amsterdam, Gagliardi Art System | Torino, Galeria Contrast | Barcelona, Galeria Quadro | Cluj, Galerie 10 | Utrecht, Galerie Alex Schlesinger | Zürich, Galerie Charlot | Paris, Galerie Frank Pages | Geneva, Galerie Judy Straten | Horst, Galerie Mark Hachem | Paris, Galerie Vintage | Paris, Galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart | Paris, Galerie Zum Harnisch | Allschwil, Galleria Doris Ghetta | Ortisei, Gallerianumero38 | Lucca, Gallery Bastejs | Riga, Gallery G-77 | Kyoto, Gallery Tableau | Seoul, Hans Alf Gallery | Copenhagen, Heissingsart | Lüebeck, Horst Dietrich Galeria | Berllin, Immaginaria Arti Visive Gallery | Firenze, Jacob Karpio Gallery | San José, Janet Rady Fine Art | London, K+Y Gallery | Paris, Karin Sutter | Basel, L'Inlassable | Paris, Licht Feld Gallery | Basel, Magpi Projects | New York, Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art | Salzburg and Vienna, OTCA | London, Pashmin Art Gallery | Hamburg, Primae Noctis Art Gallery | Lugano, Primo Marella Gallery | Milano, Python Gallery | Zürich and Erlenbach, RED CORRIDOR Gallery | Fulda, SCAI | Seoul, Silbernagl Undergallery | Milan, VICTORI CONTEMPORARY | New York, Villa del Arte | Barcelona, Wanrooij Gallery | Amsterdam, Wichtendahl Galerie | Berlin, witzenhausen gallery | Amsterdam | New York, Wunderkammern | Rome

TBD Independent Projects

Mango Carro y Escoba, 2013.
Photography collage.

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Boy and Dog, 2012.
Acrylic and airbrush on linen.
155 x 105 cm.

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Long-established as the original incubator for emerging work, SCOPE’s Breeder Program celebrates its 14th year of introducing new galleries to the contemporary market.

SCOPE Basel 2014 Breeder Program Galleries: 11.12 Gallery | Singapore, Battalion | Amsterdam, Diane Birdsall Gallery | Old Lyme, Gallery Pete-Art | Kyiv, INOPERAbLE | Vienna, ISSO Art Gallery | Saitama, knoerle & baettig contemporary | Winterthur, S Artspace Gallery | New York, TBD Independent Projects | Key Biscayne, FL

Accessible by dedicated SCOPE Tram, SCOPE Basel is connected to the Messeplatz and Claraplatz. Additionally, visitors may reach the fair by a scenic walking route along the Rhine, which will feature SCOPE Basel information points for convenience.


For additional information on how to apply for SCOPE, please click here, contact Katelijne De Backer, Director of Exhibitor Relations: [email protected], see application link below, or visit





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