06.12.2018

ART COLOGNE 2019: exhibitor list is complete

The coming ART COLOGNE presents itself with a strong field of international and national participants. 95 of the 176 approved galleries, more than half, come from abroad. ART COLOGNE, which has been lightly streamlined in all exhibition areas, is thus clearly committed to a focus on quality and a clear structure for both exhibitors and visitors. As already announced, the 2019 art fair will be realised on two hall levels. The NEUMARKT sector, which presents young and up-and-coming galleries, will be integrated into the contemporary section of the GALLERIES sector with established galleries on hall level 11.2. The modern and postwar art sections will once again be exhibited on the lower level (hall 11.1). COLLABORATIONS will complement the presentations on both levels: in the modern and postwar art section, COLLABORATIONS will illuminate cooperations with historic components, while in the contemporary sector COLLABORATIONS gathers current positions and cooperative works. With this new concept ART COLOGNE will become more approachable and easier for visitors to explore. And not least, the participating galleries will profit from this.

Many prominent galleries are participating in the contemporary section. In addition to international greats such as David Zwirner, Hauser + Wirth, Thaddaeus Ropac, White Cube, Pearl Lam and nächst St. Stephan, leading German galleries such as Sprüth Magers, Michael Werner, Karsten Greve, Gisela Capitain, Daniel Buchholz, Eigen + Art, Nagel Draxler, Neu and the König Galerie will be exhibiting. New participants or returnees are Contemporary Fine Arts (Berlin), Continua (San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Havana), Massimo de Carlo (Milan/London/Hong Kong), Daniel Templon (Paris/Brussels), Nathalie Obadia (Brussels/Paris), Roslyn Oxley9 (Paddington|Sydney) and Forsblom (Stockholm/Helsinki).

The NEUMARKT sector presents the following young galleries: Nir Altman (Munich), Arcadia Missa (London), Emalin (London), Essex Street (New York), High Art (Paris), Jan Kaps (Cologne), Marc LeBlanc (Chicago), Martinetz (Cologne), Max Mayer (Düsseldorf), MX (Malcolm X) Gallery (New York), Tobias Naehring (Leipzig), Deborah Schamoni (Munich) and Rob Tufnell (Cologne/London).

The COLLABORATIONS in the Contemporary Art sector show exciting and in some cases international cooperations between galleries and artists. Among others, Guido W. Baudach (Berlin) + Blank Projects (Cape Town) is presenting six artists from South Africa and Germany. Esther Schipper (Berlin) + Drei (Cologne) are showing a one-woman show of the American artist Julia Scher. Soy Capitán (Berlin) + Tanja Wagner (Berlin) also focus on six female artists. There will be a total of 14 different COLLABORATIONS in the sector for contemporary art alone.

The sectors for modern and postwar art will also be represented by leading galleries. Among these are, for example, well-known suppliers of abstract and geometric art, including Lahumière and Edition + Galerie Hoffmann.

One returning gallery is Bernheimer (Lucerne), which joins the ranks of exceptional photo galleries in this sector. These also include, for example, Johannes Faber (Vienna) and Julian Sander (Cologne).

The list of established traders who specialise in modern and postwar painting and sculpture includes, for example, von Henze + Ketterer (Wichtrach|Bern /Riehen), Thomas Salis Art & Design (Salzburg) and Thomas (Munich). In 2019, this spectrum is complemented by Galerie Philippe David (Zurich).

The galleries represented in the modern and postwar art sector include, among others, Larkin Erdmann (Zurich), Gebr. Lehmann (Dresden), Knoell (Basel), Kleindienst (Leipzig) and Hubert Winter (Vienna).

Kleindienst is showing the Leipzig painter Arno Rink (1940 -2017), who passed away last year and who became a pioneer of the New Leipzig School through his teaching activities. Hubert Winter presents two protagonists of feminist conceptual art: the Austrian Birgit Jürgensen (1949 -2003) and the Turkish-French artist Nil Yalter (*1938), who will also have an exhibition in Museum Ludwig dedicated to her in 2019 ("Exile is hard work", as of March).

An overview of the ART COLOGNE 2019 exhibitor list:

Hall 11.2 Contemporary art

-A-
Akinci, Amsterdam
Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen
Artelier, Graz

-B-
Bo Bjerggaard, Copenhagen
Blain I Southern, Berlin/London
Jean Brolly, Paris
Ben Brown Fine Arts, London/Hong Kong
Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York

-C-
Gisela Capitain, Cologne
Andrea Caratsch, St. Moritz
Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin
Charim, Vienna
Conrads, Düsseldorf
Continua, San Gimignano/Beijing/les Moulins/Havana
Crone, Vienna/Berlin

-D-
Massimo de Carlo, Milan/London/Hong Kong
Erika Deák, Budapest
DEWEER, Otegem
DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Berlin

-E-
EIGEN + ART, Berlin/Leipzig

-F-
FILIALE, Frankfurt
Forsblom, Stockholm/Helsinki

-G-
Laurent Godin, Paris
Bärbel Grässlin, Frankfurt
Karsten Greve, Cologne/Paris/St. Moritz
Barbara Gross, Munich

-H-
Michael Haas, Berlin/Zurich
Häusler Contemporary, Munich/Zurich
Hammelehle und Ahrens, Cologne
Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart
Hauser + Wirth, Zurich, New York, London, St. Moritz
Jochen Hempel, Leipzig

-J-
Jahn + Jahn, Munich

-K-
Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf
KLEMM‘S, Berlin
Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin/Hamburg
Klüser, Munich
Sabine Knust, Munich
Christine König, Vienna
KÖNIG, Berlin
Eleni Koroneou, Athens
Kraupa Tuskany-Zeidler, Berlin
KROBATH, Vienna

-L-
Lange + Pult, Zurich/Auvenier
Christian Lethert, Cologne
Löhrl, Mönchengladbach


-M-
Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf
Nino Mier, Los Angeles
Vera Munro, Hamburg

-N-
nächst St. Stephan, Vienna
Nagel Draxler, Berlin/Cologne
Neon Parc, Melbourne
NEU, Berlin
Carolina Nitsch, New York
Nosbaum Reding, Luxemburg

-O-
Nathalie Obadia, Brussels/Paris
Alexander Ochs, Berlin

-P-
Priska Pasquer, Cologne
Pearl Lam, Hong Kong/Shanghai/Singapore
Giorgio Persano, Turin
Rupert Pfab, Düsseldorf
Produzentengalerie, Hamburg

-R-
Thomas Rehbein, Cologne
Petra Rinck, Düsseldorf
Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg/Paris/London
Philipp von Rosen, Cologne
Roselyn Oxley9, Sydney

-S-
Aurel Scheibler, Berlin
Brigitte Schenk, Cologne
Anke Schmidt, Cologne
SCHÖNEWALD, Düsseldorf
Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich
Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf
Slewe, Amsterdam
Sprüth Magers, Berlin/London/Los Angeles
Paul Stolper, London
Hans Strelow, Düsseldorf

T-
Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris
Daniel Templon, Paris/Brussels
Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck/Vienna


-V-
VAN HORN, Düsseldorf

-W-
Wentrup, Berlin
Michael Werner, Cologne/London/New York
White Cube, London/Hong Kong/New York

-Z-
Zilberman, Istanbul/Berlin
David Zwirner, New York/London/Hong Kong

NEUMARKT (Hall 11.2)

Nir Altman, Munich
Arcadia Missa, London
Emalin, London
ESSEX Street, New York
High Art, Paris
Jan Kaps, Cologne
Marc LeBlanc, Chicago
Martinetz, Cologne
Max Mayer, Düsseldorf
MX (Malcolm X) Gallery, New York
Tobias Naehring, Leipzig
Deborah Schamoni, Munich
Rob Tufnell, Cologne/London

COLLABORATIONS (Contemporary, Hall 11.2)
annex 14, Zurich   +   Lullin + Ferrari, Zurich
Rolando Anselmi, Berlin  +   Daniel Marzona, Berlin
Guido W. Baudach, Berlin   +   Blank Projects, Cape Town
CLAGES, Cologne   +    Tif Sigfrids, Athens, USA
Conradi, Hamburg
Drei, Cologne   +   Esther Schipper, Berlin
Natalia Hug, Cologne   +   Aurel Scheibler, Berlin
Le Guern, Warsaw  +   ZAHORIAN & VAN ESPEN, Bratislava
Lumen Travo, Amsterdam   +   Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam
Berthold Pott, Cologne
Soy Capitán, Berlin   +   Tanja Wagner, Berlin
Super Dakota, Brussels
Vartai, Vilnius
Thomas Zander, Cologne
 
 




Hall 11.1 Modern and Postwar Art

-B-
Bailly, Geneva
Klaus Benden, Cologne
Bernheimer, Lucerne
Boisserée, Cologne

-D-
Philippe David, Zurich
Derda, Berlin
Dierking -Galerie am Paradeplatz, Zurich

-F-
Johannes Faber, Vienna
Fischer Kunsthandel & Edition, Berlin
Klaus Gerrit Friese, Berlin

-H-
Hagemeier, Frankfurt
Henze & Ketterer, Wichtrach/Bern/Riehen
Ernst Hilger, Vienna
edition + galerie hoffmann, Friedberg
Heinz Holtmann, Cologne

-K-
Mike Karstens, Münster
Koch, Hannover
Konzett, Vienna

-L-
Lahumière, Paris
LEVY, Hamburg
Lorenzelli, Milan
Ludorff, Düsseldorf

-M-
Maulberger, Munich
MO J GALLERY, Busan, Korea
Moderne, Silkeborg

-N-
Nothelfer, Berlin

-R-
Thole Rotermund, Hamburg
Ruberl, Vienna


-S-
Thomas Salis Art & Design, Salzburg
Samuelis Baumgarte, Bielefeld
Julian Sander, Cologne
Schlichtenmaier, Stuttgart
Michael Schultz, Berlin
Schwarzer, Düsseldorf
Setareh, Düsseldorf
Edition Staeck, Heidelberg
Walter Storms, Munich
Florian Sundheimer, Munich
Suppan Fine Arts, Vienna

--T-
Taguchi Fine Art, Tokyo
Thomas, Munich

-U-
Utermann, Dortmund

-V-
Valentien, Stuttgart
von Vertes, Zurich


COLLABORATIONS (Modern and postwar art) 11.1
ammann//gallery, Cologne
Larkin Erdmann, Zurich + Knoell, Basel
Matthias Güntner, Hamburg
Kleindienst, Leipzig
Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden
Parotta, Cologne
RCM, Paris
Hubert Winter, Vienna

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