Mona Hatoum, Map, 1998. Glass marbles, installation view.

Mona Hatoum



The Kunsthalle is, arguably, Basel’s emptiest exhibition space-and that means something in this capital of minimal art. The admission charge is more than that of the Kunstmuseum (medieval to modern) and Museum fur Gegenwartskunst (contemporary) combined, but a visit to the Kunsthalle generally lasts less than an hour. The result is an impact way beyond the time spent, however, because the experience affords a chance to see the works of one or two contemporary artists in depth… Subscribe to Sculpture Magazine to read this review in full.