From 17 March to 21 July 2013, the Kunstmuseum Basel will be hosting a comprehensive retrospective, which has been compiled from various Basler collections. For the first time, prestigious Picassos from both the Kunstmuseum Basel and the Fondation Beyeler will be exhibited together. Works from local private collections will be displayed, some of which are being shown publicly for the first time and complement the Museum's collection perfectly. A documentary of films and photographs portray the legendary "Picasso Year", 1967, in which the public voted in a referendum to secure the two paintings "Les deux frères" and "Arlequin assist" for the Kunstmuseum. The artist was so moved by this display of affection that he gave the city three paintings and a famous study. Visit this unique exhibition with our package deals at very attractive prices!
With complex spatial compositions, an elementary language of form and masterful light choreography, Kahn created buildings of timeless beauty and universal symbolism. The retrospective "Louis Kahn, The Power of Architecture" presents around 40 selected buildings and projects based on historic and newly produced models, plans and original drawings, photographs and films.
Santiago de Compostela alone welcomes nearly 200,000 people each year and other pilgrim routes are also experiencing high growth rates. Travel agents offer spiritual journeys and cities and regions are developing their pilgrim infrastructure and opening new routes. But why do people go on pilgrimages? Just because it makes you feel good? This and other questions are examined at this exhibition at the Museum der Kulturen.
Some types of behaviour that were previously classified as criminal have today been decriminalised. Other criminal acts, such as murder, have always been severely punished. This exhibition spans several centuries of criminality, crime and punishment. Many examples of crimes from different eras give valuable insights into life at that time, how criminals were treated and perceptions of guilt, law and justice.
The 3-country run covers a distance of 21.1 kilometres, and passes through areas in Switzerland, France and Germany. It crosses the Rhine a total of four times. The race starts and finishes at the Marktplatz in Basel.