Solo Position 2022
Die Abteilung kulturelles.bl und die Fachkommission Kunst des Kantons Basel-Landschaft sowie das Kunsthaus Baselland bieten, im Rahmen eines zweistufigen Wettbewerbs, zum siebten Mal einer bildenden Künstlerin oder einem bildenden Künstler aus der Region Basel die Möglichkeit einer ersten institutionellen Einzelpräsentation im Kunsthaus Baselland anlässlich der ersten Ausstellungen im Frühjahr 2022. Die Ausschreibung läuft bis zum 1. Juni 2021.
Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.
Das einzigartige Inserat für die Solo Position 2022 wurde dieses Jahr von den beiden Kulturpreisträgerinnen 2004, Claudia und Julia Müller, gestaltet.
Who am I?
In cooperation with the master's program Learning Lab Arts and Design led by Prof. Beate Florenz, students of HGK FHNW (Camila Fernanda Lucero Allegri, Jana Selina Marti, Kim Kellermann, Daniel Gregor und Samira Agha Majidi) have developed the mediation project «Wer bin ich?» (Who am I?) inspired by the video work «Boca de Tabla» by Mexican artist Teresa Serrano. The first episode encourages exploratory and participatory interaction in and with the exhibition.
Based on numerous questions from visitors, a second episode has now been realized, taking another work into account.
Further information on participation – digital or on-site – can be found here.
Kunsthaus Baselland Program 2021
Please find all information about the upcoming exhibitions in our exhibition program 2021.
Dialogues surprenants (Surprising Dialogues)
Performers from both institutions enter into an artistic dialogue with works from the current video exhibition. With Martha Benedict, Johanna Heusser, Cilio Minella, Sibylle Mumenthaler, Nayo Sauter, Alessandro Schiattarella, Naila Soula.
The digital series on Vimeo.
Kunsthaus Kiosk: Pick up your Book gifts or orders
We are starting up our book trolley again and would like to give you selected publications as gifts. Due to the weather conditions, we now have the Kunsthaus Kiosk, where you can pick up free publications from previous exhibitions at the Kunsthaus Baselland every Tuesday and Thursday from 11 am to 4 pm.
Feel free to pick up additional copies for others who cannot come themselves. Online orders of books or other items from our online store can also be collected here
Quarantine-Line. Art inspiration at home with a 10-day subscription
Quarantine, lockdown, precautions. Whatever these days should look like, we want to provide you with personal artistic input every day for a period of 10 days — be it a short text, a short video, a small selection of images.
Try it out and register here!
Cultural calls. Our art hotline
We will call you! Since last spring we have been regularly offering you the opportunity to talk to us every Thursday morning between 10 am–12 pm for around ten minutes about a work of art from our current exhibition, which will be announced on our website the day before. On the phone for you in February is Ines Goldbach, Director Kunsthaus Baselland. This mediation offer has been in place since March 14 and has already attracted a wide audience, even crossing national borders. Please help us to arrange this by making an appointment by 5 pm the day before via email or telephone at 061 312 83 88 (or leave a message on the answering machine).
Next dates: April 15 / 22, 2021
Thank you very much for the talk this week — we are very much looking forward talking with you next week on then phone!
Exhibition Trailer: Afterlight. Afterglow
The trailer to the current exhibition "Afterlight. Afterglow. Video Installations and their Pioneers" with first insights and interviews with the artists can be found here.
New Kunsthaus Baselland: Building application submitted!
The Kunsthaus Baselland Foundation and the Kunstverein Baselland have submitted a building application for the new Kunsthaus Baselland at the Dreispitz. The building’s completion is scheduled for early summer 2023. While base financing is secured, further donations are needed for exhibition infrastructure inter alia. The new Kunsthaus Baselland meets the most modern in museum presentation requirements for comtemporary art and aims to play an important role in the up and coming Dreispitz area with its many other cultural institutions.
Please find further information here.
Artists’ Studio Visits
For artists, working alone in the studio for days, weeks, and even months at a time is not only normal but often a prerequisite for producing creative and innovative ideas and artworks. Can we also draw inspiration from this ourselves? In the last few weeks we visited a small selection of artists who have already prepared for exhibitions but are currently unable to present their work to the public. By sharing our studio visits with you, we want to help these artists gain visibility and also keep the buzz about their postponed exhibitions alive.
With the support of the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation, new interviews could have been broadcasted from mid-November, allowing more artists to be discovered online. With Brigham Baker, Simone Holliger, Aida Kidane, Monica Klingler and Doris Lasch.