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BMW partner of Art Basel. World premiere of sound artist Samson Young and BMW Art Journey Talk with international artists

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On the evening of June 12, the first preview day of the show, BMW will host an exclusive reception at UBS Forum together with Art Basel and UBS. Together with the Basel Chamber Orchestra, Samson Young, winner of the first BMW Art Journey, a joint initiative founded in 2015 by BMW and Art Basel, will perform an arrangement of one of the movements from a recent composition, titled "Such Sweet Thunder," which incorporated recordings of bells collected during his journey. Celebrating the third anniversary of the BMW Art Journey, the BMW Art Jour... Read More »

Abigail Reynolds begins her BMW Art Journey

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BMW Art Journey winner Abigail Reynolds (represented by ROKEBY, London) has begun the first leg of her journey along the Silk Road, which sees her travel by motorbike to visit the sites of ‘lost libraries’ she has come across in her research. Reynolds is the third BMW Art Journey winner and will be the second artist to unveil her work at Art Basel’s Hong Kong show, following work by previous winner Samson Young which debuted at this year’s edition. Reynolds is currently completing the first stage of her tour, and has so far travelled from the U... Read More »

BMW is partner of Art Basel in Miami Beach 2015. Presentation of BMW Art Journey and the BMW Art Car by César Manrique

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BMW and Art Basel will present the BMW Art Journey, one of their most recent projects, in the botanical garden adjacent to the fair grounds. Like a mobile artist’s studio, BMW Art Journey offers artists the opportunity to travel to a destination of their choice. The winner of the first edition, Hong Kong based artist Samson Young, travelled across five continents while exploring the subject of iconic bells in light of various themes including conflicts, religion, community and the political symbolism of sounds. On the evening prior to the VI... Read More »

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