for the love of art.

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Helvetia Art Collection
Switzerland
IACCCA
Pipilotti Rist: Aufgeweckter Rosenscheitel, 2014.
IACCCA
Hans Danuser: Joggeli, 2014.
IACCCA
Claudio Moser: Wallside, 2002 © 2017, ProLitteris, Zurich
IACCCA
Claudia Comte, Suspended Marble Pear, 2018
IACCCA
Helvetia Art Foyer in Basel
Exhibition public space:

Helvetia Art Foyer

Steinengraben 25

4051 Basel

 

open to the public every Thursday

4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Website:

https://www.helvetia.ch/art

About the collection

Launch year:
1943

Number of artworks:
2000

Status of collection:
National

Artistic domain:

Paintings, sculptures, photos, drawings.

Commission program / Site-specific order(s) :

- Hans Danuser

- Daniel Robert Hunziker

- Pipilotti Rist

- Adrian Schiess

- Christine Streuli


Prize(s):

Helvetia Art Prize
(formerly Nationale Suisse Art Prize)

Conditions of eligibility:
The Helvetia Art Prize, launched in 2004, is intended to give a helping hand to graduates in visual and media arts from the Swiss universities of applied sciences. It emphasizes the long-term commitment of the company to Swiss art.

Reward:
The Helvetia Art Prize consists of prize money of  CHF 15,000, plus the opportunity for the artist to exhibit his/her work at the international art fair LISTE, Art Fair Basel

Name of the last laureates:

 

2020: Tiphanie Kim Mall

2019: Kaspar Ludwig

2018: Gina Proenza
2017: Andriu Deplazes
2016: STELLA
2015: Dijan Kahrimanovic
2014: Thomas Moor
2013 : Michael Meier and Christoph Franz
2012 : Kathrin Affentranger
2011 : Josse Bailly
2010 : Elisa Larvego



Books by the collection

About the company

Helvetia Versicherungen

Launch year:
1858

International presence:
Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, France

Annual revenue:
CHF 7 767 Mio. (2014)

Number of employees:
7 012

Profile of the company:

Insurance.