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Art Basel Artists at LUMAS

The LUMAS Master Editions are limited editions by renowned artists who sell for high prices on the art market. Discover works by world-famous artists including Joseph Beuys, A. R. Penck, and Takashi Murakami. Not only can these artists be found online in the LUMAS collection, but also at Art Basel, the world’s biggest contemporary art fair.

Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami
Takashi Murakami © The Photo Access / Alamy Stock Foto

Takashi Murakami: Open Your Hands Wide
Takashi Murakami: Open Your Hands Wide

Takashi Murakami expertly blurs the boundaries between high and mass culture. He has a storied Art Basel career that even includes a sculptural collaboration with Pharrell and Jacob the Jeweler for Art Basel Miami in 2012. His work also featured in Art Basel Hong Kong this spring.

 

Lee Jeonglok

Lee Jeonglok
Lee Jeonglok

Lee Jeonglok: Tree of Life 5-1-6
Lee Jeonglok: Tree of Life 5-1-6


Art Basel is the place to be for art enthusiasts. Good news for those who can’t make it, however! Lee Jeonglok creates trees with an aura-like glow beneath the night sky, and he exhibits in galleries all over the world. Of course, you can also find Lee’s work right here in the LUMAS collection.

 

Gilbert & George

Gilbert & George
Gilbert & George © 360b / Alamy Stock Foto

Gilbert & George: Ginkgo Winkgo
Gilbert & George: Ginkgo Winkgo


At LUMAS, the spirited, taboo-breaking artists Gilbert & George are shown in their typical bespoke suits. Additionally, they have an impressive piece at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert at Art Basel this year.

 

Tim Flach

Tim Flach
Tim Flach

Tim Flach: Newmarket Treadmill
Tim Flach: Newmarket Treadmill

Artist Tim Flach allows us an extraordinary look into the realm of animals, honoring their many graceful forms. His work has appeared at Art Basle Miami and Hong Kong and can also be found in the LUMAS collection.

 

A. R. Penck

A.R. Penck: Pentagon rot
A. R. Penck: Pentagon rot


The late artist A. R. Penck is known for his archaic pictorial worlds in an unmistakable symbolic language. His work can be seen at Art Basel in Galerie Michael Werner – and also right here on LUMAS.

 

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