Cologne 16.–19.11.2023 #artcologne2023

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Special exhibitions

‘Fears and Hopes’ by Barnabás Lakatos Gelléri


QUEER BUDAPEST is pleased to present an exhibition of works by emerging and established artists from the queer Hungarian diaspora.

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Otto Piene, /Die Sonne kommt näher/, Galerie art intermedia, Köln 12.9.1967, Foto: Horst Ossinger / ZADIK, Universität of Cologne, Bestand A103

5 years of avant garde: Helmut Rywelski's art intermedia, Cologne 1967-1972

The Central archive for German and international art market studies ZADIK, University of Cologne, is presenting an exhibition about the Cologne journalist and gallery owner Helmut Rywelski, who caused a furore between 1967 and 1972 with his art intermedia gallery.

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Josephine Meckseper, Titel: Blow up (Michelli, Portrait), Gallery Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart

Collection presentation LBBW

The title for the collection presentation, What – if Could – Be, is derived from the exhibit of the same name by the artist Rosemarie Trockel. The presentation at Art Cologne decisively focuses on the early acquisition activity of the Landesbank Baden-Württemberg and is curated by Dr Nadia Ismail.

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Kiki Smith, Flowers in the Sky, Lithograph / Serigraph / Collage on Japanese handmade paper, 68 x 98 cm, 2019

Special exhibition mike Karstens | ART 19 BOX ONE

The initial idea grew out of the work that Bill Shipsey and Jochen M. Wilms had done together in Art for Amnesty, Amnesty International’s global artist engagement programme. The aim of Art 19 through Box One is to raise money to support Amnesty International’s human rights work.

To the special exhibition ART 19 BOX ONE