Art Düsseldorf Expanding its International Show with 100 Galleries

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Art Düsseldorf Expanding its International Show with 100 Galleries

From 15 to 17 November 2019 the third edition of Art Düsseldorf will be presenting an expanded, international show with 100 galleries, and it is now announcing its list of exhibitors. With about 100 exhibitors, the fair has recorded an increase of 10% compared to the past year. It remains true to its credo of being an international art fair with regional roots, as half of the exhibitors come from Germany and the Benelux countries.

Image courtesy for Art Düsseldorf

 

From 15 to 17 November 2019 the third edition of Art Düsseldorf will be presenting anexpanded, international show with 100 galleries, and it is now announcing its list of exhibitors.

With about 100 exhibitors, the fair has recorded an increase of 10% compared to the past year. It remains true to its credo of being an international art fair with regional roots, as half of the exhibitors come from Germany and the Benelux countries. The other 50% of the exhibitors mainly come from Europe. In addition, around 10% of the galleries this year come from the US and Asia.

 

 Image courtesy for Art Düsseldorf

 

"With our new partners [Sandy Angus and Tim Etchells], confidence in the quality of our regionally anchored art fair and its international appeal have been further strengthened. This is demonstrated not only by the increasing number of participants, but also by their international origins," says director Walter Gehlen, commenting on the positive development of Art Düsseldorf. "Networking and digitisation are key topics for the art market and are also the focus of our programme of talks with distinguished guests. We want to encourage the discussion about opportunities and challenges and offer with Art Düsseldorf not only a platform for sales, but also for dealing with future issues. This is reflected in the promotion of up-and-coming artists and in a variety of collaborations at the fair."

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