Hagar Schimdhalter and Flaka Haliti are presenting their respective exhibitions at Birsfelden’s SALTS, opening April 21 and running May 27.
Although there is no information to accompany either show, in Basel-based Schmidhalter’s Fuji Colour Garden we may expect to see prints and imagery with cool yet uncertain narratives and a real stillness to them.
In My Gravity Slipped Away Munich-based, Kosovo-born Haliti’s fleeting image comes with the shows’ announcements —large, welded structures that look a bit like waves and music despite their rigidity.
Haliti, who has shown at New York’s Ludlow 38 and for the Kosovo Pavillion at 2015’s Venice Biennale has been described as making work that desires something less ironic and more easy.
See the SALTS exhibition page for (limited) details of both shows.**