For a few days each June, the epicenter of the art trade shifts from New York and London to Basel, a small city on the border of France, Switzerland and Germany.  When a giant art fair such as Art Basel breaks out of its enclosure, it doesn’t do things by halves. Nearly 300 galleries representing more than 4,000 artists from around the world have put their best goods on display at the show, which has become unmissable venue for sellers and collectors alike. As the eminent international art show returns to its native Switzerland this week, here are the main booths presenting artists from Adrastus Collection not to miss.

Galleria Alfonso Artiaco

Napoli, Italy

Adrastus Artists:

  • Anri Sala
  • Edi Rama

Gemini G.E.L.

Los Angeles, USA

Adrastus Artists:

  • Tacita Dean

Esther Schipper

Berlin, Germany

Adrastus Artists:

  • Tomás Saraceno
  • Roman Ondak
  • Anri Sala
  • Pierre Huyghe

STPI

Singapore

Adrastus Artists:

  • Ryan Gander
  • Haegue Yang

Kurimanzutto

Mexico City, Mexico

Adrastus Artists:

  • Abraham Cruzvillegas
  • Adrián Villar Rojas
  • Anri Sala
  • Carlos Amorales
  • Damián Ortega
  • Danh Vo
  • Gabriel Orozco
  • Haegue Yang
  • Leonor Antunes
  • Minerva Cuevas
  • Nairy Baghramian

Foksal Gallery

Warszaw, Poland

Adrastus Artists:

  • Pawel Althamer
  • Monika Sosnowska

Art Basel remains the fair to which galleries bring their best work, conscious of the commercial opportunities it affords, the connoisseurship of its audience relative to most other fairs, and its high critical profile. By reimagining the fair as a cultural event, Art Basel follows the contemporary art world’s broader shift away from its historic focus on objects towards the production and sale of experiences.