Do It Yourself Art. Madrid 2011
Art that produces art or that anyone can produce is "do-it-yourself art". The work of art is reproducible by design; artists write instructions on its use or create objects with which anyone can reproduce works of art as often as they like. Do-it-yourself art is art rendered democratic, shorn of its mystic aura and the artist's status as a solitary creative genius.
SENTEURS ET COULEURS DU MAROC, Marrakesch 2000
An art and exhibition project by Klaus Littmann Basel architects Susanna Biedermann and Max Alioth created a centre for Moroccan culture right in the beating heart of the medina of Marrakesh. The inaugural exhibition at their Dar Bellarj (“House of the Storks”) featured an intervention by Klaus Littmann on the theme “Senteurs et Couleurs du Maroc.”
TREE CONNECTIONS, 2021
The exhibition curated by Klaus Littmann in the rooms of the Kulturstiftung Basel H. Geiger shows the diversity of artistic engagement with nature. On display are around 75 works by 45 artists.
CHAMBER MUSIC A temporary Cabinet of Art and Curiosities by Littmann Kulturprojekte
For the period from 19 May to 20 June 2010, Littmann Kulturprojekte is installing a temporary Cabinet of Art and Curiosities (Kunst- und Wunderkammer) in the basement of Kirschgartenstrasse 5 in Basel. The display comprises various old and new artefacts as well as precious and mysterious works by anonymous artists of international repute. Visitors can look forward to a spectacular mix of surprises and contrasts.
Chinetik, Museum Tinguely, Basel 2009
Is the Chinese tricycle a means of transport or an ethnographic object of everyday use? Is it a stage for art or is it a work of art itself?
The Stadium: A Cult Venue, Basel 2003
For 20 years we have been witnessing the phenomenon of a minority of European football stadiums being used as platforms for violent and discriminatory acts.
The Art of SPIEGEL – Five Decades of Cover Illustrations, Basel 2005
There illustrations on the cover of SPIEGEL magazine are part of a long tradition. The artists behind them, such as Braldt Bralds, Boris Artzybasheff, Dieter Wiesmüller and Michael Matthias Prechtl, rank or have ranked among the world's leading illustrators.