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Swiss art displays

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I'm in Basel now. I knew the Kuntsmuseum was being refurbished, but I understood their best works were being displayed elsewhere. Unfortunately, the available brochures are not clear on where the art is being displayed (or possibly my rudimentary German is not adequate for finding this). Can anyone suggest where we can go to see some classic art; we are not particularly interested in modern art. We saw the Gauguin at the Fondation Beyeler today, but want to see more!

Also, we will be visiting Zurich in July and had hoped to see the Buhrle collection again, but now I am told it is being closed in May. Is there any information on what is to become of it. It is a superb collection and my hope is that it is kept together, but I think the economics of keeping so many masterworks together is difficult.

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