The upcoming ART COLOGNE offers top quality at all levels, from modern through contemporary art to works of young artists fresh from the studio in the new sector "NEUMARKT". 200 globally renowned galleries will show works by around 2,000 artists.
The upcoming ART COLOGNE offers top quality at all levels, from modern through contemporary art to works of young artists fresh from the studio in the new sector "NEUMARKT". 200 globally renowned galleries will show works by around 2,000 artists. In the process, the art fair can once again credit itself with a bonus of internationality for its 51st edition. "Blue chip" galleries like David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth and, for the first time this year, Gagosian will be coming from the USA. Pearl Lam is coming from Hong Kong, David Kordansky from Los Angeles and WHITE CUBE from London. Furthermore, France, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary and many other countries are also represented.
Among the "global players" of the art scene are also Thaddeus Ropac (Salzburg/Paris), Michael Werner (Berlin/Cologne/ New York/London), Sprüth Magers (Berlin/London/Los Angeles), Karsten Greve (Cologne/Paris/St. Moritz), Max Hetzler (Berlin/Paris), Perrotin (Paris/New York/Hong Kong), Daniel Templon (Paris/Brussels) among others.
The galleries Thomas (Munich), Thomas Salis art & design (Salzburg), Ben Brown Fine Arts (London/Hong Kong), Le Minotaure (Paris), Thole Rotermund (Hamburg), Ludorff (Düsseldorf), Borzo (Amsterdam) and Zlotowski (Paris) stand for a high- quality offering in the modern art segment. Successful young gallery owners include the German-based Deborah Schamoni, Jan Kaps, Lars Friedrich, Soy Capitan, Future Gallery, KM, Silberkuppe and Daniel Marzona are joined by international counterparts including Project Native Informant (London), Antoine Levi (Paris), ESSEX STREET (New York), Joseph Tang (Paris), Teminkova & Kasela (Tallin), LambdaLambdaLambda (Pristina), Kai Matsumiya (New York), SARIEV Contemporary (Plovdiv) amongst others.
Tony Cragg, Atmos, 1991, 3 parts, bronze. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017. Courtesy: Deweer Gallery, Otegem
Tracey Emin, Walking Around My World, 2011, neon, 46 x 246 x 6.5 cm, © Tracey Emin, photo: Ben Westoby. Courtesy: White Cube
Flaka Haliti, Just Hanging Around, 2014, curtain on silk, ombre dip-dye color print, 200 x 650 cm, photo: Wenzel Stählin. Courtesy of the artist and LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina
Pravdoliub Ivanov, Trouble is Always Double, 2015, zwo rods of stainless steel, two metal holders, red fabric, total size: 282 x 120 x 165 cm. Courtesy: Sariev Contemporary, Plovdiv
Jan Schoonhoven, T79-82, 65 x 50 cm, east indian ink on paper. © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017. Courtesy: Borzo Gallery, Amsterdam
Thomas Ruff, press++ 30.54, 2016, Chromogener Abzug, 227 x 185 cm. Courtesy: Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, München
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