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Art Cologne 2015

  • Art Cologne 2015
  • Art Cologne 2015
April 9, 2015

Art Cologne is the world’s oldest art fair for modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st century. This art fair annually invites approximately 200 international galleries to showcase painting, sculpture, photography, prints, multiples, installations, performance and moving image art. Cologne has a perfect location, since it is situated in the middle of Western Europe, in North Rhine-Westphalia (German state), that has very high concentrations of business and industry – and art collectors. Throughout its rich history, Art Cologne art fair has profiled as one of the leading art fairs in the world that largely influenced art market developments. Art Cologne 2015 extends over three halls for the first time. Renowned galleries and art dealers present masterpieces of Modern and Postwar Art in hall 11.1.; the great names in Contemporary Art will be at the stands of international galleries in hall 11.2.; while in the upper hall 11.3., 29 young galleries in the New Contemporaries section encounter 32 participants of the Collaborations section introduced in 2014.

Art Cologne 2015
Sigmar Polke, Ohne Titel (Mönchengladbach 1983), 1983. SETAREH Gallery, Düsseldorf

Art Cologne 2015 Highlights

Being one of the leading art fairs in the world, the list of participating galleries and artists of Art Cologne 2015 is truly impressive. The art fair is composed of several sectors. Galleries sites established galleries. New Contemporaries represents galleries founded in the 21st century. New Positions offers solo-presentations of outstanding young artists. Some of the highlights of Modern and Postwar art include: work by Andy Warhol with his Mona Lisa (four times), presented by Klaus Benden gallery (Cologne); Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, presented by Henze & Ketterer & Triebold (Bern); Richard Lindner and Daniel Spoerri, presented by LEVY (Hamburg); Kazuo Shiraga, presented by Whitestone Gallery (Tokyo), and many other masters of modern and postwar art. On the booths of galleries focused on contemporary art, the visitors may find works by Louise Bourgeois, Anish Kapoor and Martin Kippenberger, presented by Carolina Nitsch (New York); Florian Meisenberg, Olaf Metzel and David Renggli, presented by Wentrup (Berlin); Georg Baselitz and Imi Knoebel, presented by Thaddaeus Ropac (Paris/Salzburg), and many others.

  • Art Cologne 2015
  • Art Cologne 2015

Art Cologne 2015 Interesting Moments

The list of exhibitors at Art Cologne 2015 is amazing. Among countless extraordinary artists presents are: Ida Applebrogg, Djordje Ozbolt, Phyllida Barlow, Martin Creed, Andy Hope, and Richard Jackson, presented by Hauser & Wirth (Zurich/London/New York); Lucio Fontana, Gotthard Graubner, Heinz Mack and El Anatsui, presented by Axel Vervoordt (Wijnegem); Marcel Dzama and Stan Douglas at Dawid Zwirner’s booth. Twenty-nine young galleries will participate in New Contemporaries, where works by many young and emerging artists will be shown.

Art Cologne 2015
Nicole Bianchet, Moody Stroboscope, 2014. Galerie Haas, Zürich

Art Cologne 2015 – Additional Program

A fascinating supporting program will accompany this year’s Art Cologne. Some 30 collectors, curators and art experts from Europe, the US, China, Africa, South America and the Gulf States will gather at Art Congress Cologne, to discuss the international art market and to explore current developments. Art Cologne is also hosting the second edition of Film Cologne, where high quality films and videos of artists working in Flanders and Brussels (Belgium) will be presented, curated by Prof. Philippe Pirotte, Rektor of Städelschule and Fabian Schöneich, curator at Portikus, (Frankfurt a.M.). Art Cologne Talks Lounge will be organized every day during the art fair, with amazing speakers and interesting topics.

Art Cologne 2015
Otto Piene, Mohn Gedanke, 2000. VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Art Cologne 2015 – Practical Information

The Art Cologne 2015 art fair will be held at Koelnmesse. Admission is free for children up to 12 years of age when accompanied by a parent. Children between the ages of 13 and 16 require a separate reduced-price admission ticket and will only be admitted if accompanied by an adult. The Art Cologne 2015 will be held from April 16th until April 19th.

Scroll down, and take a look at the list of exhibitors (galleries, magazines and institutions). Bellow you will also find floor plans.

  • Art Cologne 2015

Art Cologne 2015- List of Exhibitors and Floor Plans

GALLERYCITYHALLBOOTH
1301PELos Angeles11.2A 30
401 contemporaryBerlin11.3A 14
A Arte InvernizziMilan11.2A 40
Aanant & ZooBerlin11.3A 47
acbBudapest11.3B 11
AKINCIAmsterdam11.2E 29
Helga de AlvearMadrid11.2B 21
Ancient & ModernLondon11.3A 45
Mikael AndersenCopenhagen11.2E 26
Andriesse EyckAmsterdam11.3A 18
ANHAVAHelsinki11.2E 40
Artelier ContemporaryGraz11.2E 28
Catherine BastideBrussels11.2B 40
Beck & EggelingDüsseldorf11.1A 25
Jürgen BeckerHamburg11.2C 14
Klaus BendenCologne11.1A 21
Bischoff ProjectsFrankfurt11.3A 43
bitformsNew York11.3B 15
Bo BjerggaardCopenhagen11.2A 39
BLAIN | SOUTHERNBerlin / London11.2D 31
BoisseréeCologne11.1B 30
Niels Borch JensenCopenhagen / Berlin11.2D 30
BORZOAmsterdam11.1B 08
Thomas BrambillaBergamo11.3B 38
Jean BrollyParis11.2D 42
Ben Brown Fine ArtsLondon / Hong Kong11.1A 11
Daniel BuchholzCologne / Berlin11.2B 08
BUCHMANNBerlin / Lugano11.2C 18
Callicoon Fine ArtsNew York11.3B 27
Luis CampañaBerlin11.2D 11
CANADANew York11.3A 28
Gisela CapitainCologne11.2B 10
Capitain PetzelBerlin11.2B 14
Massimo de CarloMilan / London11.2A 28
ChertBerlin11.3A 41
Choi&LagerCologne11.3B 35
CLAGESCologne11.3A 39
Hezi CohenTel Aviv11.3A 19
CONRADSDüsseldorf11.2D 28
CFA Contemporary Fine ArtsBerlin11.2A 01
Cosar HMTDüsseldorf11.2D 19
Alan CristeaLondon11.2E 08
CroneBerlin11.2E 36
DEWEEROtegem11.2C 02
Dierking - Galerie am ParadeplatzZurich11.1A 18
DöbeleDresden11.1B 04
DREICologne11.3A 37
DUVEBerlin11.3A 35
EIGEN + ARTBerlin / Leipzig11.2B 30
Ellis KingDublin11.3A 33
espaivisorValencia11.2E 19
ECADCGeneva11.3A 30
Johannes FaberVienna11.1A 44
Konrad FischerDüsseldorf11.2C 31
Fischer KunsthandelBerlin11.1B 24
FORSBLOMHelsinki11.2A 31
Klaus Gerrit FrieseStuttgart11.2D 40
FutureBerlin11.3A 31
Gallery On The MoveTirana11.3A 29
Laurent GodinParis11.2C 03
Bärbel GrässlinFrankfurt11.2A 29
Greene ExhibitionsLos Angeles11.3A 21
Karsten GreveCologne / Paris / St. Moritz11.2A 04 / B 05
Barbara GrossMunich11.2E 01
HaasZurich11.1A 8
Häusler ContemporaryZurich / Munich11.2B 42
HalesLondon11.2E 34
Hammelehle + AhrensCologne11.2E 11
HardhittaCologne11.3B 25
Reinhard HauffStuttgart11.2E 05
Hauser & WirthZurich / London / New York / Los Angeles11.2A 18
Henze & KettererWichtrach/Bern / Riehen11.1B 29
Hollybush GardensLondon11.3A 20
Heinz HoltmannCologne11.1A 14
Natalia HugCologne11.3B 18
Fred JahnMunich11.2E 30
Jarmuschek & PartnerBerlin11.2D 29
jeanrochdardParis11.3A 34
Kadel WillbornDüsseldorf11.2D 09
Jan KapsCologne11.3A 15
mike karstensMünster11.1A 29
KerlinDublin11.2C 09
Parisa KindFrankfurt11.2B 40
kisteremBudapest11.3A 38
KLEMM'SBerlin11.3A 02
Helga Maria KlosterfeldeBerlin11.2C 08
KlüserMunich11.2B 02 / C01
Sabine KnustMunich11.2D 20
KochHannover11.1B 20
Koenig & ClintonNew York11.2C 15
Christine KönigVienna11.2D 04
Johann KönigBerlin11.2C 19
KONZETTVienna11.2E 24
Eleni KoroneouAthens11.3A 40
KOWBerlin11.3A 24
Kraupa Tuskany ZeidlerBerlin11.3A 24
KrobathVienna / Berlin11.2E 31
Bernd KuglerInnsbruck11.2D 06
Susanna KulliZurich11.3A 10
LahumièreParis11.1A 02
Lange + PultZurich11.2E 39
Le GuernWarszawa11.3A 04
Gebr. LehmannDresden / Berlin11.2D 18
Christian LethertCologne11.3B 27
LEVYHamburg11.1A 24
LöhrlMönchengladbach11.2A 35
Javier LópezMadrid11.2D 08
LUDORFFDüsseldorf11.1B 10
Linn LühnDüsseldorf11.2D 14
Markus LüttgenCologne11.3B 10
Lullin + FerrariZurich11.3A 08
M29Cologne11.2E 2
Mai 36Zurich11.3B 31
Giò MarconiMilan11.2B 16
Marlborough ContemporaryLondon11.2C 39
Daniel MarzonaBerlin11.3B 29
MaulbergerMünchen11.1B 09
Hans MayerDüsseldorf11.2A 02
Max MayerDüsseldorf11.3B 12
mirko mayer/m-projectsCologne11.3B 31
Meyer KainerVienna11.2B 16
MODERNESilkeborg11.1B 26
Vera MunroHamburg11.2B 15
Nächst St. StephanVienna11.2C 11
Nagel & DraxlerCologne / Berlin11.2B 19
NANZUKATokyo11.3B 14
NEON PARCMelbourne11.2D 1
NEUBerlin11.2A 21
Carolina NitschNew York11.2C 10
David NolanNew York11.2B 04
Nosbaum & RedingLuxemburg11.2E 25
NothelferBerlin11.1B 11
Alexander Ochs PrivateBerlin11.2D 26
OHWOWLos Angeles11.3B 20
Priska PasquerCologne11.2E 41
Pearl LamShanghai / Hong Kong / Singapore11.2C 30
Peres ProjectsBerlin11.2C 21
Giorgio PersanoTurin11.2C 20
Rupert PfabDüsseldorf11.2E 38
PPC Philipp Pflug ContemporaryFrankfurt11.3B 22
Tatjana PietersGent11.3B 30
Berthold PottCologne11.3A 34
ProduzentengalerieHamburg11.2D 02
PSMBerlin11.3B 24
raswon projectsNew York11.3A 30
Thomas RehbeinCologne11.3B 19
Remmert und BarthDüsseldorf11.1A 1
REPETTOLondon11.1B 41
RiederMünchen11.1B 25
Thaddaeus RopacSalzburg / Paris11.2A 03
Philipp von RosenCologne11.2D 21
RuberlVienna11.1B 40
Thomas Salis art & desginSalzburg11.1B 19
Richard SaltounLondon11.2E 17
Samuelis BaumgarteBielefeld11.1B 15
Aurel ScheiblerBerlin11.1A 20
Brigitte SchenkCologne11.2E 6
Schleicher/LangeBerlin11.2E 15
SchlichtenmaierStuttgart11.1B 21
Anke SchmidtCologne11.2E 03
Schönewald Fine ArtsDüsseldorf11.2A 25
Karsten SchubertLondon11.2E 17
Michael SchultzBerlin11.1B 28
SchwarzerDüsseldorf11.1A 28
SETAREHDüsseldorf11.1B 18
Sies + HökeDüsseldorf11.2B 28
SimonisDüsseldorf11.1B 30
Sims ReedLondon11.1A 3
SleweAmsterdam11.2D 16
SociétéBerlin11.3B 26
Sommer & KohlBerlin11.3B 29
Soy CapitánBerlin11.3B 28
Sprüth MagersBerlin / London / Los Angeles11.2A 10
Edition StaeckHeidelberg11.3B 40
StalkeCopenhagen11.3B 19
Walter StormsMunich11.1A 31
Hans StrelowDüsseldorf11.2A 23
Jacky StrenzFrankfurt11.3B 39
Florian SundheimerMunich11.1A 18
taguchi fine artsTokyo11.1A 40
TanitMunich11.2C 29
Suzanne TarasièveParis11.2E 20
tegenboschvanvredenAmsterdam11.3B 34
The HoleNew York11.3B 21
Elisabeth & Klaus ThomanInnsbruck / Wien11.2D 10
ThomasMünchen11.1A 10
Wilma TolksdorfFrankfurt11.2D 15
TonelliMilan11.1A 42
UnionLondon11.3B 35
UtermannDortmund11.1B 03
V1Copenhagen11.3B 21
ValentienStuttgart11.1B 38
VAN HORNDüsseldorf11.2C 04
von VertesZurich11.1A 04
Axel VervoordtAntwerp11.1A 05
VintageBudapest11.3A 36
edith wahlandtStuttgart11.1B 1 + B 2
Nicolai WallnerStockholm11.2B 29
Warhus RittershausCologne11.3B 25
Fons WeltersAmsterdam11.2E 09
WENTRUPBerlin11.2E 21
Kate WerbleNew York11.3A 09
Michael WernerCologne / London / New York11.2A 20
WhitestoneTokyo11.1A39
Thomas ZanderCologne11.2B 20
ZinkBerlin11.2D 03
Martin van ZomerenAmsterdam11.3A 16
David ZwirnerNew York / London11.2A 11
MAGAZINES/INSTITUTIONSCITYHALLBOOTH
ADKVBerlin11.3B 52
art das KunstmagazinHamburg11.3Eing. Süd ART PAPERS
ARTFORUMNew York11.3ART PAPERS
Freunde der artothekCologne11.3B 54
artsyNew YorkEing. Süd
atelier / kunnstCologne11.3ART PAPERS
Bonner KunstvereinBonn11.3B 59
BookmarksBudapestEing. Süd
BVDG - Bundesverband deutscher Galerien + EditionenBerlinPass. 3/11
Daab VerlagCologne11.3ART PAPERS
Deutsche TelekomBonnPass. 3/11
DISTANZWuppertal11.3B 48
Film Cologne11.3A 53
friezeBerlin / London11.3ART PAPERS
GFMK - Ges. für Moderne Kunst am Museum LudwigCologne11.3B 01
K.WestEssen11.3ART PAPERS
KaleidoscopeMilan11.3ART PAPERS
KHM - Kunsthochschule für MedienCologne11.3A 49 + A 51
Buchhandlung W. KönigColognePass. 3/11
Kölnischer KunstvereinCologne11.3B 65
Kunsthandel VerlagMunich11.3ART PAPERS
Kunstverein f.d. Rheinlande+WestfalenDüsseldorf11.3B 67
MOFFCologne11.3ART PAPERS
MonopolBerlin11.3B 41
NAK - Neuer Aachener KunstvereinAachen11.3B 56
PARKETTZurich11.3B 44
QVESTCologne11.3B 23
Salon VerlagCologne11.3B 46
SievekingMunich11.3ART PAPERS
Verein springerinVienna11.3ART PAPERS
stART/jungekunstfreundeCologneEing. Süd
Texte zur KunstBerlin11.3B 50
TriennalenRuhr, Brugge, BeaufortEing. Süd
Wienand VerlagCologne11.3ART PAPERS
ZADIK - Zentralarchiv des intern. KunsthandelsColognePass. 3/11
ZEIT KunstverlagHamburg11.3ART PAPERS

 

 

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Art Cologne 2015
Lynn Chadwick, Maquette II for R34 Memorial, 1958. Blain|Southern, Berlin
Art Cologne 2015
Herman de Vries, After the winter v, 2010. BORZO modern & contemporary art, Amsterdam

Featured Image: J. Dewasne, O. T., 1971. Galerie Lahumière, Paris

Image in slider: Mounir Fatmi, Evolution or Death – Phoebe, 2014. VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

All images courtesy of Art Cologne 2015.