01 Apr 2020

#17 Activity Sheet for Kids

For today's activity sheet for children, the "frottage rallye", all you need is paper and a pencil.

31 Mar 2020

#16 Kiki de Montparnasse

Kiki de Montparnasse appears twice in the exhibition "Picasso, Chagall, Jawlensky": As a painter and as a model. Who was she?

30 Mar 2020

#15 Renée Levi

Find out more about the extensive collection of the Kunstmuseum Basel in our work reviews. Today Anita Haldemann describes the work "P 12" by Swiss artist Renée Levi.

29 Mar 2020

#14 My favourite: Otto Dix

Employees of the Kunstmuseum Basel present their favourite works. Today: Director Josef Helfenstein.

28 Mar 2020

#13 The third face

The restoration of works of art sometimes holds surprises. For example, you discover a third face in Picasso's "Les deux frères".

27 Mar 2020

#12 Controversial? – Lucas Cranach

There are numerous objects in the Kunstmuseum Basel that can be perceived as controversial, depending on one's point of view. One of them is Lucas Cranach's painting "The Judgement of Paris".

26 Mar 2020

#11 Rosemarie Trockel

The story of a drawing by Rosemarie Trockel, told by assistant curator Maja Wismer.

25 Mar 2020

#10 Activity Sheet for Kids

Looking for a creative distraction for the children? Here's our first activity sheet!

24 Mar 2020

#9 Alexej von Jawlensky's "Abstract Head"

The story of the lifelong friendship between collector Karl Im Obersteg and Alexej von Jawlensky is just one of the stories that is told in the catalogue to the exhibition "Picasso, Chagall, Jawlensky".

23 Mar 2020

#8 Museum Moment of Zen with Ferdinand Hodler

#MuseumMomentofZen brings you art to unwind and relax. Today with Ferdinand Hodler.

21 Mar 2020

#7 William Kentridge

What drives William Kentridge? Our documentation, which was filmed during the installation of the 2019 exhibition at Kunstmuseum Basel | Gegenwart, provides an insight into his work.

20 Mar 2020

#6 LED-Frieze: Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans calls for us to keep our distance via our LED frieze.