TASTE at Tresor
21-24 September 2017
TASTE is delighted to participate in the inaugural Tresor Contemporary Craft, which takes place from 21 - 24 September 2017 in Basel, Switzerland.
In addition to existing artists such as the 2017 LOEWE Craft Prize winner Ernst Gamperl and BBC4 Women’s Hour Craft Prize 2017 finalists Alison Britton & Andrea Walsh, we are delighted to present, for the first time, Akiko Hirai, Paul Scott and Elisabeth von Krogh.
At Tresor Contemporary Craft, TASTE will also show work by Paul March and Baldwin + Guggisberg, both of whom will feature in Special Projects, a section of the fair that aims to showcase the scale and ambition of craft today while a number of our artists have abeen selected for the thematically arranged Curated Spaces. Designed to complement the participating galleries, these exhibits, curated by Tresor’s Artistic Director, Brian Kennedy, will showcase artists and designers who are both pushing the boundaries of traditional materials and experimenting with new technologies.
We look forward to meeting you at Tresor.
TASTE artists exhibiting at Tresor 2017
Visit TASTE at Tresor 2017
20 September 2017
Vernissage: 18:00 - 21:00
21-24 September 2017
Exhibition: Wednesday to Saturday: 11:00 - 19:00
Sunday: 11:00 - 18:00
Travel to Tresor 2017
Two international airports are in close proximity to Basel.
Please visit EuroAirport.comfor information on flights to Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg airport. 10 Minutes by bus or car to Messe Basel
Please visit Zurich-Airport.com for information on flights to Zurich airport. One hour away from Messe Basel by train or car.
Basel offers excellent connections to all Swiss and European cities. The Swiss Railway station (SBB), the French Railway station (SNCF) and the Badischer Bahnhof, (DB), are conveniently located in the heart of the city.
Swiss Rail System (SBB), visit www.sbb.ch
French Rail System (SNCF), visit www.sncf.fr
German Rail System (DB), visit www.bahn.de
Basel is easily reached by car. The city lies between the European north-south and east-west highway junctions. The A2 leads directly to the fair ground; there is parking available.
From SBB/SNCF, tram No. 2 to Messeplatz.
From DB/Badischer Bahnhof station, all tram lines direction Messeplatz.