Belgian collector Alain Servais’ Top Picks – Art Basel 2017

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Art in the Bar by CoBo Social

The Belgian collector, Alain Servais, started collecting art in the late 1990s. With a strong focus on emerging artists, Alain has built up a significant contemporary art collection which is highly versatile and forward-looking. Alain is also among the first to collect digital art and support young artists by offering residency program in his loft in Brussels where he keeps his collection. One of the most committed and passionate collectors today, Alain spends most of his leisure time visiting museums, biennales, galleries and art fairs, and sharing his insights in the art with his twitter fans.

Here he shares with CoBo his top picked art pieces from Art Basel 2017.

 

Martha Atienza
Our Island, 11°1658.4”N 123°4507.0”E
Single-channel HD video
(Still from video)
Silverlens
Statement

 

Wang Shang
Hadley No. 53″, 2017
Magician space
Art Basel Statements

 

David Douard
U Make Me Sick, 2014
Rodeo

 

Donna Huanca
Bliss (Reality Check), 2017
Peres Projects
Unlimited

 

FORT
Leck, 2012
Sies + Höke
Unlimited

 

Ei Arakawa
Gutai Under Feet (Basel LED) 2017
Taka Ishii Gallery
Unlimited

 

Stan VanDerBeek
Mural Movie (1965 – 1968)
Gallery The Box
Unlimited

 

Nick Cave
Speak Louder, 2011
Jack Shainman Gallery

 

Eva Kotakova
Animals I’m Scared of: …(Collection of Anxieties), 2016
Maccarone

Mayer Rigger
Children that never leave playground
Maccarone

 

Laure Prouvost
Metal Man – Entrance, 2015
carlier gebauer

 

 

 
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