Exhibition at Art Forum Baloise Park
Baloise Art Website Exhibition at Art Forum Baloise Park
October 31, 2022
Art Forum Baloise Park opens its doors with an group exhibition by Josiane Imhasly.


Curated by Josiane Imhasly

11 November 2022 to 25 May 2023

Opening: Thursday, 10 November, 5 – 9 p.m.

The exhibition brings together works by nine Swiss and international artists who transform rivers – such as the Lawa in French Guiana, the Rhone, the Rhine, the Clozza in the Lower Engadine, and the Xingu in Brazil – into protagonists. Meaning “the state of being a river”, the term Riverhood represents the unique ways different communities relate to rivers, ranging from respectful coexistence to control and dominance. The exhibition envisions local river landscapes and river systems as an interconnected, global network of knowledge resources. In doing so, thought-provoking impulses for harmonious coexistence between rivers and human beings are provided.

With works by Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Yvan Alvarez, Flurina Badel & Jérémie Sarbach, Carolina Caycedo, Magali Dougoud, Dunja Herzog, Basia Irland, Marie Velardi, Dadi Wirz.

Thursday 10 November 2022, 5 to 9 pm

Artist Walk with Lunch
Friday, 20 January 2023, 12 pm

Exhibition tour with Flurina Badel & Jérémie Sarbach and Dadi Wirz.

Artist Walk
Saturday, 29 April 2023, 12 pm

Exhibition tour with Yvan Alvarez and Magali Dougoud (in French).

Guided tour with Lunch
Thursday, 25 May 2023, 12 pm

Guided tour with the curator Josiane Imhasly. 


Lunch is available for purchase at the in-house bistro. Registration requested: isabelle.guggenheim@baloise.com.

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Art Forum Baloise Park
Aeschengraben 33
4051  Basel

11 November 2022 to 25 May 2023
Monday – Friday, 8 am – 6 pm 

Opening Reception: Thursday, 10.11.2022,
5 – 9 pm / Introduction by Josiane Imhasly at 6:30 pm