16.–20.11.2022 #artcologne2022

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ART COLOGNE 2021

As the oldest art fair in the world, ART COLOGNE is the most important industry meeting point for galleries and institutions in Germany and has been an occasion for generations of art collectors to discover, collect, exchange ideas and establish new contacts.

ART COLOGNE Talks 2021
  • 19.11.21 | Intentionally sustainable: is a smaller art business possible? hosted by Kathrin Luz
  • 19.11.21 | Real or digital: can art without plugs? hosted by Kathrin Luz
  • 19.11.21 | A hunger for images or a shutdown period: is a life without art possible? hosted by Kathrin Luz
  • 19.11.21 | Reflection or affirmation: is art possible without criticism? hosted by Kathrin Luz
  • 19.11.21 | ARTtalks stage - "How to push through (new ideas), when no one needs them?" Performance of Robertas Narkus, artist, Lithuania
  • 20.11.21 | Artsy Talk: The future of online collecting hosted by Mark Kellermann, Artsy
  • 20.11.21 | Re-Discoveries. Why are more and more woman artists being rediscovered? Were they underestimated in their time - or did male-dominated art history simply allow them to be forgotten? hosted by Elke Buhr, editor in chief of Monopol
  • 20.11.21 | re-Discoveries. From language to the quota, from training to the art market: how do woman artists today come into their own during their careers? hosted by Elke Buhr, editor in chief of Monopol
  • 20.11.21 | Gaffel Glas Design Award
  • 20.11.21 | Resisting Erasure: Queer Art in Hungary and Europe hosted by Haris Giannouras, Museum Abteiberg Mönchengladbach
  • 21.11.21 | The shredded Banksy - a million-dollar coup. Transformation and dynamics of values in the art market. hosted by Kathrin Luz
  • 21.11.21 | "Love your city - architecture & democracy" Talk on the special edition of the "Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger" conceived of by the conceptual artist Merlin Bauer and his team hosted by Christian Bos and Uta Winterhager

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