Artstübli – Exhibition and project space

Artstübli sees itself as a promotion, and exchange platform of urban Swiss art. Since 2004, Artstübli has been committed to promoting Swiss urban artwork around various venues in Basel and fostering a lively exchange thereof. Its annual platform “Artyou – Urban Art Basel” and the gallery series “Artyou Selection” are cases in point. “Artyou – Urban Art Basel” has developed into one of the largest and most established urban art exhibition in Switzerland since its establishment. While its sister project “Artyou Selection” offers qualitative Urban Art on a high level of seasoned talent, as well as fresh discoveries from all over Switzerland and Europe.

At last year’s Art Basel, the Artstübli story goes with the opening of a permanent exhibition and project space in a prime location at the Markthalle Basel. In a space of 124sqm, the urban art and culture will be presented in all its contemporary facets. Philipp Brogli, founder and curator of Artstübli plans against six exhibitions per year and would like to stretch in between together with guest curators and projects from the existing network.

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