The Fondation Beyeler is a privately founded art museum in Basel, Switzerland. It is located a bit remote and you’ll have to use a bus to reach it. The building itself is very modern and opens with a permanent display of Monets Nympheas (like the works visible in the orangery in Paris, France) and behind a glas window there is an artificial pool with real water lilies and water lilies created by water streams – a nice combination.
The Fondation uses its building for changing exhibitions and I came here for a show of one of my favourite artists: Jeff Koons, playing with pop art and different materials. A nice place for art!