Open during Art Basel: Tuesday-Saturday,
21 - 25 September 2021, 10:30 am - 7:30 pm
Nicolas Krupp Contemporary Art was founded in autumn 2000 and is based in Basel, Switzerland on the edge of the Messeplatz towards Badischer Bahnhof, within very short walking distance of the main entrance of the Art Basel.
The program focuses on international contemporary artists. The gallery shows works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, sculpture, objects, photography, video art, performance and works in new media (computer).
Thanks to the large room height and the 200 m² area, the gallery space provides an ideal surrounding for the presentation of installations and conceptual art works. Besides it's exhibitions the gallery is also producing multiples with emerging artists.
The gallery shows about 6 solo and group exhibitions annually and participates in 1 - 2 international art fairs.
How to find the gallery:
Tram # 1 / 2 / 6
Bus # 30
Train Station: Badischer Bahnhof
Car # A2 Highway
Exit: Basel Ost (Wettstein)
Direction: Messe Basel
Park: Rosental 28, backyard
All rooms are located on the ground floor and are 355 cm high, have white walls and grey floors.
Gallery door is 278 cm high and 196 cm wide (max. size for entering artworks into gallery).
A total of 6 windows are located along the front of the building.
2 radiators are placed underneath the windows, one is in the showroom, one behind the counter.
Exhibition space (125 m²): 1570 x 1021 cm
Showroom (50 m²): 500 x 1017 cm