The 2010 edition of ART COLOGNE is scheduled for 21-25 April 2010. The Fair, revamped and successfully relaunched in spring 2009, has been successful both in winning back important galleries as exhibitors and in integrating young galleries. The 2010 gallery list also sees top national and international dealers rejoining the Fair after a few years’ absence.
We’re delighted to have attracted top names in the business, says ART COLOGNE Director Daniel Hug. We’ll be seeing a really high-calibre gallery list. A list which represents a significant cross-section of Germany’s major art-market centres – Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich and the Rhineland. This strong showing will give ART COLOGNE real pulling-power at both the national and the international level.
Hug emphasizes the importance of the dealers who are coming back in 2010 – top galleries like EIGEN + ART (Berlin / Leipzig), Karsten Greve (Cologne / St. Moritz / Paris), Akira Ikeda (Berlin / New York / Taura), Johnen (Berlin), nächst St. Stephan (Vienna), Onrust (Amsterdam), The Paragon Press (London), Rüdiger Schöttle (Munich) and Sprüth Magers (Berlin / London). Other top-flight galleries who rejoined the Fair in 2009 and will also be returning for another successful run are Annely Juda Fine Art (London), 1301 PE (Los Angeles), Berinson (Berlin), Ernst Hilger (Vienna), Lahumière (Paris), Hans Mayer (Düsseldorf) and Michael Werner (Cologne / Berlin / New York).
Further information: www.artcologne.com
09. April 2010
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