GUILLAUME DAEPPEN’s gallery for urban art is located in the city of Basel, Switzerland.

Since 2006 the gallery focus on a generation of young artists working essentially with new medias. With the show BORN TO BE PUNK (2009) the gallery confirms his new direction and continues to develop his programm and to question the concepts Street, Urban, Post Punk, Skater Art as well the relations between art, fashion, illustration, design, music and photography.

Since 2015 a permanent space is dedicated to prints, underground cultural publications and hard-to-find fanzines.

Urban art is a style of art being inspired by urban architecture or urban life style.
Urban art represents a broader cross section of artists that as well as covering street artists working in formal gallery spaces also cover artists using more traditional media but with a subject matter that deals with contemporary urban culture and political issues.

We are working with the following artists: Hilde Kentane, Christophe Lambert, STF Moscato, Milk and Wodka, Peter Fuss, Andy Leuenberger, Joel Vergeat, Christian Robles, Luca Schenardi, Ana Vujic, Yummy Industries, Tadej Vaukman, Sergej Vutuc, Leon Zuodar.

GUILLAUME DAEPPEN
GALLERY FOR URBAN ART
Müllheimerstrasse 144
4057 Basel,Switzerland

Gallery hours:
Wednesday – Friday 17.00 – 20.00
Saturday 12.00 – 17.00

postmaster@gallery-daeppen.com
www.gallery-daeppen.com

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Fight War Not Wars, 2016 (detail)
Ana Vujic and Luca Schenardi Showcase their Art at Gallery Daeppen

Art Exhibitions | Elena Martinique

Exploring our everyday realities, Ana Vujic and Luca Schenardi art will soon be on view at Gallery Daeppen in two separate exhibitions.

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At Gallery Daeppen, Silio Durt Art Delves into Nothingness

Art Exhibitions | Eli Anapur

Bordelism, an exhibition of Silio Durt art that explores our urban world and imaginary figures opens in March at Guillaume Deappen Gallery in Basel.

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Gallery Daeppen Presents BASTOMANIA with M.S. Bastian and Isabelle L.

Art Exhibitions | Angie Kordic

At Gallery Daeppen Basel, find the amazing, frenetic city inspired by comics and advertising made by Swiss artists M.S. Bastian and Isabelle L.

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