Kunstmuseum Basel review – a miraculous balance of judgment and courage

Art and architecture rub up against each other in all the right ways in Christ and Gantenbein’s new extension to Basel’s 1930s art museum

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theguardian.com

Hilarious review. Even I in all my overwrought verboseness might never say: “a disciplined emulation of the riotously multiform abstract expressionist skies that can roll off surrounding ranges of hills and mountains to form over the city of Basel,” or “The oak parquet floor is of a type used in factories, with a grid of joints that is almost but not too emphatic.”

See on Scoop.itlevin’s linkblog: Arts Channel

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