19.–22.11.2020 #artcologne2020

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ART COLOGNE 2020 presents a strong international field of participants

New international exhibitors, emerging galleries, cooperations between galleries or artists and top blue chip galleries once again make ART COLOGNE the most important art fair in Germany and beyond in the coming year. The art fair thus offers a concentrated picture oriented on quality and diversity. For the first time, galeries from Ethiopia and Georgia are participating, which once again expands the international spectrum. With 133 galleries, the GALLERIES sector, which is divided into CONTEMPORARY ART, MODERN & POSTWAR ART, is the largest exhibition area of ART COLOGNE, which, like in 2019, will take place on two hall levels. 35 galleries are taking part in the COLLABORATIONS programme. The NEUMARKT section is showing 15 young galleries. The NEW POSITIONS programme, initiated in 1981, continues with a presentation of 20 additional booths presenting artists new to the market. Galleries selected for NEW POSITIONS receive sponsored booths for the presentation of individual emerging artists. With a total of 183 galleries, the coming ART COLOGNE also remains clearly structured and concentrated.

The advisory board of galleries (Beirat) makes the selection for Sectors GALLERIES and NEUMARKT. For the sector COLLABORATIONS sector, where joint projects of galleries and/or artists are presented, ART COLOGNE invited two renowned art experts to support the selection process: Michelle Cotton, Chef de Département Programmation at MUDAM, Luxembourg, and Dr Gregor Jansen, Director of the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf. The selection of emerging artists in the NEW POSITIONS programme are also selected by a jury. This year, Nicola Dietrich of the Kölnischer Kunstverein, Aneta Rostowska from Temporary Gallery Cologne, as well as Dr Marc Wellmann of Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin made the selection.

The GALLERIES sector has 23 new participants in 2020. These include, Bastian, Berlin/London, Monica deCardenas, Milan/Zuoz, Diehl, Berlin, Simon Lee, London/Hong Kong, Misako Rosen, Tokyo, Schacky, Düsseldorf, Esther Schipper, Berlin and Barbara Weiss, Berlin. That the NEUMARKT sector is bearing fruit becomes clear when one sees that former NEUMARKT exhibitors have moved up to sector GALLERIES in 2020. These include, Achenbach Hagemeier, Düsseldorf/Berlin, Alexander Levy, Berlin, Gisela Clement, Bonn and Ruttkowski;68, Cologne/Paris.

Among the heavyweights focused on contemporaray art in the Sector GALLERIES this year are Karsten Greve, Cologne/Paris/St. Moritz, Hauser + Wirth, Zurich, London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf, Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg/Paris/ London, Sprüth Magers, Berlin/London/Los Angeles and David Zwirner, New York/London/Hong Kong/Paris.

Returning dealers of Modern and Post-war art in the sector GALLERIES include Galerie Thomas, Munich, which has in fact participated in every ART COLOGNE since its founding, Heinz Holtmann, Cologne, Galerie Ludorff, Düsseldorf, Maulberger, Munich, Thomas Salis, Salzburg, Schlichtenmeier, Grafenau/Stuttgart, Henze & Ketterer & Triebold, Basel/Bern, Lahumière, Paris, and von Vertes, Zurich amongst others.

In the sector NEUMARKT, galleries are once again presenting themselves that have been in existence for less than ten years. They will show their programme of young and new art positions in booths of 20 m². The section is even more international with Addis Fine Art, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as well as LC Queisser, Tbilisi and Project Artbeat, Tbilisi. Also new in the NEUMARKT sector this year are the Station gallery from South Yarra, Australia, Blanc Projects from Cape Town and Tanja Wagner from Berlin. With Arcadia Missa, London, Drei Köln, Emalin, London, Jan Kaps, Cologne, Max Mayer, Düsseldorf, Malcom X (MX), New York, Tobias Naehring, Leipzig, Nir Altman, Munich, as well as Deborah Schamoni, Munich.

The COLLABORATIONS sector has a special position within ART COLOGNE. It concentrates on the theme of cooperation, whether between galleries in shard booths or a gallery presenting a collaboration between two artists. In 2020 there are both contemporary and historical collaborations to explore. Exciting is the inclusion of established galleries like Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, which collaborates with Galerie Meyer Riegger, also based in Berlin and Karlsruhe, as well as young galleries, for example, Ginerva Gambino, Cologne and Max Mayer, Düsseldorf. The Sommer Gallery from Tel Aviv or Thomas Zander, Cologne show individual presentations on the topic of collaboration, as well as the Canadian Monte Clark gallery from Vancouver, which is bringing a cooperation between the artists Roy Arden and Alison Yip with it to Cologne.

Overview of the exhibitors (A to Z):

Achenbach Hagemeier, Düsseldorf/Berlin
Akinci, Amsterdam
Artelier Contemporary, Graz
Bo Bjerggaard, Copenhagen
Blain | Southern, Berlin
Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York
Gisela Capitain, Cologne
Andrea Caratsch, St. Moritz
Charim, Vienna
Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn
Conrads, Düsseldorf
Cosar HMT, Düsseldorf
Monica de Cardenas, Zuoz/Milan/Lugano
DEWEER / KETELEER, Antwerp/Zwevegem
Crone, Vienna/Berlin
Diehl, Berlin
EIGEN + ART, Berlin/Leipzig
Fiebach, Mininger, Cologne
FILIALE, Frankfurt
Forsblom, Helsinki/Stockholm
Bärbel Grässlin, Frankfurt
Karsten Greve, Cologne/Paris/St. Moritz
Barbara Gross, Munich
Michael Haas, Zurich/Berlin
Häusler Contemporary, Munich/Zurich
Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart
Hauser + Wirth, Zurich, London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong
Jochen Hempel, Leipzig
Jahn und Jahn, Munich
Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf
Mike Karstens, Münster
Kisterem, Budapest
Kleindienst, Leipzig
KLEMM‘S, Berlin
Knust Kunz, Munich
KÖNIG, Berlin
Christine König, Vienna
Eleni Koroneou, Athens
Kraupa Tuskany-Zeidler, Berlin
Lange + Pult, Zurich/Auvernier
Simon Lee, London/Hong Kong/New York
Christian Lethert, Cologne
Alexander Levy, Berlin
Löhrl, Mönchengladbach
Lorenzelli Arte, Milan
Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf
Kamel Mennour, Paris (3x)/London
Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
nächst St. Stephan, Vienna
Nagel Draxler, Berlin/Cologne/Munich
Neon Parc, Melbourne
NEU, Berlin
Carolina Nitsch, New York
Opdahl, Stavanger
Priska Pasquer, Cologne
Pearl Lam, Hong Kong/Shanghai/Singapore
Rupert Pfab, Düsseldorf
Produzentengalerie, Hamburg
Thomas Rehbein, Cologne
Petra Rinck, Düsseldorf
Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg/Paris/London
Philipp von Rosen, Cologne
Roselyn Oxley9, Sydney
Ruttkowski; 68, Cologne
Brigitte Schenk, Cologne
Esther Schipper, Berlin
Anke Schmidt, Cologne
SCHÖNEWALD, Düsseldorf
Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich
ShangART, Shanghai/Beijing/Singapore
Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf
Slewe, Amsterdam
Filomena Soares, Lisbon
Sprüth Magers, Berlin/London/Los Angeles
Paul Stolper, London
Walter Storms, Munich
Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt
Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris
Elisabeth & Klaus Thomann, Innsbruck
Van Horn, Düsseldorf
Barbara Weiss, Berlin
Wentrup, Berlin
Michael Werner, Cologne/London/New York
Zilberman, Istanbul/Berlin
David Zwirner, New York/London/Hong Kong/Paris

10 A.M. Art, Milan
ABC-Arte, Genoa
Klaus Benden, Cologne
Galerie Berinson, Berlin
Bastian, Berlin/London
Boisserée, Cologne
Derda, Berlin
Dierking, Zurich
Fischer Kunsthandel & Edition, Berlin
Klaus Gerrit Friese, Berlin
Grosvenor Gallery, London
Hagemeier, Frankfurt
Henze & Ketterer & Triebold, Riehen|Basel/Wichtrach|Bern
Ernst Hilger, Vienna
Hoffmann, Friedberg
Heinz Holtmann, Cologne
Koch, Hannover
Konzett, Vienna
Lahumière, Paris
LEVY, Hamburg
Ludorff, Düsseldorf
Maulberger, Munich
MO J GALLERY, Busan, South Korea
Galerie Moderne, Silkeborg
Nothelfer, Berlin
Rabouian Moussion, Paris
Panarte, Vienna
Thole Rotermund, Hamburg
Thomas Salis, Salzburg
Samuelis Baumgarte, Bielefeld
Julian Sander, Cologne
Schacky Art, Düsseldorf
Aurel Scheibler, Berlin
Schlichtenmaier, Grafenau/Stuttgart
Schwarzer, Düsseldorf
Setareh, Düsseldorf
Edition Staeck, Heidelberg
Florian Sundheimer, Munich
Suppan Fine Arts, Vienna
Taguchi Fine Art, Tokyo
Thomas, Munich
Utermann, Dortmund
Valentien, Stuttgart
Von Vertes, Zurich

Addis Fine Art, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia/London
Nir Altman, Munich
Arcadia Missa, London
Blanc Projects, Cape Town
Drei, Cologne
Emalin, London
Jan Kaps, Cologne
LC Queisser, Tbilisi
Malcolm X (MX) Gallery, New York
Max Mayer, Düsseldorf
Tobias Naehring, Leipzig
Project Artbeat, Tbilisi
Deborah Schamoni, Munich
Station, South Yarra, Australia
Tanja Wagner, Berlin

Rolando Anselmi, Berlin, + Dep Art, Milan
Guido W. Baudach, Berlin+ Meyer Riegger, Berlin
Clages, Köln, + Rob Tufnell, Cologne
Conradi, Hamburg, + Mountains, Berlin
Continua, San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Havana, + Zahorian & van Espen, Bratislava
Die Galerie, Frankfurt, + Toninelli, Monte Carlo
Ebensberger Rhomberg, Berlin
Larkin Erdmann, Zurich, + Knoell, Basel
GAA Gallery, Cologne
Ginerva Gambino, Cologne, + Max Mayer, Düsseldorf
Matthias Güntner, Hamburg
Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden
Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam, + Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam
Martinetz, Cologne
Daniel Marzona, Berlin, + Sexauer, Berlin
Monte Clark, Vancouver
Berthold Pott, Cologne
PPC Philip Pflug Contemporary, Frankfurt
Sommer, Tel Aviv
Soy Capitán, Berlin
Bene Taschen, Cologne
VAN HORN, Düsseldorf
Vartai, Vilnius
Waldburger Wouters, Brussels
XC.HUA, Berlin, Beijing
Thomas Zander, Cologne

Conrads, Düsseldorf – Aneta Kajzer
Cosar HMT, Düsseldorf - Maya Shirakawa
DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Berlin - Klaus Jörres
EIGEN + ART, Berlin/Leipzig - Anna Baranowski
Fiebach, Mininger, Cologne - Morgaine Schäfer
Ernst Hilger, Vienna- Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed
Kleindienst, Leipzig - Christian Koelbl
KLEMM‘S, Berlin - Ulrich Gebert
Christine König, Vienna- Rade Petrasevic
KÖNIG, Berlin - Conny Maier
Kraupa Tuskany-Zeidler, Berlin - Klára Hosnedlová
KROBATH, Vienna- Sophia Süßmilch
Alexander Levy, Berlin - Mischa Leinkauf
Nagel Draxler, Berlin/Cologne/München - Pedro Wirz
Neon Parc, Melbourne - Taree MacKenzie
Petra Rinck, Düsseldorf - Johannes Bendzulla
Philipp von Rosen, Cologne - Silke Albrecht
Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf - Andi Fischer
Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt - Lea von Wintzingerode
Van Horn, Düsseldorf - Ulrike Schulze

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