Spinello Projects at Scope Basel 2011
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Spinello Projects at Scope Basel 2011

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Artist Typoe's work "Confetti Death" represented by the Spinello Gallery (Miami), is shown at the international contemporary art show Scope Basel, in Basel, Switzerland. Scope Basel featured 85 galleries from June 15 through June 19, 2011.

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A: basel-tattoo

by juerg-lauper, 50 meters away

basel-tattoo

B: Basel mittlere Rheinbrücke

by Markus Lissner, 240 meters away

Basel mittlere Rheinbrücke

C: Mittlere Bruecke and Helvetia

by Dieter Hofer, 240 meters away

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D: Basel Nacht am Rhein

by Markus Lissner, 290 meters away

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E: Rainbow over the Rhein in Basel, Switzerland

by Dieter Hofer, 370 meters away

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F: Basel Rhein

by Adam Ciarcinski, 410 meters away

Basel Rhein

G: Johanniterbrücke

by Markus Lissner, 470 meters away

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H: "Gugge music"at the Carnival in Basel

by Werner Getzmann, 480 meters away

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"Gugge music"at the Carnival in Basel

I: Grossbasel with Münsterhügel

by Dieter Hofer, 500 meters away

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J: Rossetti

by Markus Lissner, 520 meters away

Rossetti

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