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“You’re just going to go and do something every day. Sometimes you have to do that – you just have to make work for yourself.” —Bruce Nauman

The exhibition Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts, which runs March 17 to August 26, 2018 at the Schaulager in Basel, is a not-to-be-missed show during Art Basel in Basel. Here we have a clip from Art21 when they visited his studio in New Mexico in August of 2000. Nauman talks about the importance of doing something – anything – in the studio every day. Supported by an apocryphal quote from Roy Lichtenstein.

Museums

2:15

MUSEUMS: The Costume Institute Gets Campy

4:16

MUSEUMS: The Revolutionary Portraiture of Moroni

4:13

MUSEUMS: Wait, Is That a Garden Hose?

22:12

LONGFORM: Isa Genzken Is It

4:58

MUSEUMS: The National Gallery Faces the Gender Gap

Galleries

46:23

LONGFORM: Are Art Fairs Unfair?

7:30

GALLERIES: Brian Maguire Paints in Solidarity

5:34

VAULT: Mary Boone Talks Finance (1986)

3:31

GALLERIES: Förg & Lethbridge Channel Dylan

5:34

GALLERIES: Schachter & Mesler Take Their Show on the Road

Studios

2:37

STUDIOS: Taeyoon Choi Builds a Personal Internet

4:34

STUDIOS: Richard Billingham On Stopped Time

3:12

STUDIOS: Alec Soth Navigates the World

3:38

VAULT: Vintage Elizabeth Murray

3:16

STUDIOS: Cecilia Vicuña and an Ancient Language of Textiles

Community

3:21

COMMUNITY: Huma Bhabha Builds Monuments

28:09

LONGFORM: Bill Viola Discovers What’s Under the Surface

2:12

COMMUNITY: Matthew Porter is a Romantic

8:47

VAULT: Agnès Varda on ‘The Beaches of Agnès’ (2010)

13:22

LONGFORM: Simone Leigh on the Legacy of Black Nurses

Market

3:04

MARKET: Jeremy Couillard Collaborates with Code

3:47

MARKET: Frank Stella Has the Touch

3:14

MARKET: Najla El Zein In Transition

4:01

MARKET: Art Basel Hong Kong and the Asia Art Archive

1:00

MARKET: TEFAF Maastricht Entrance Behind-the-Scenes