25 April, 2010

Art Cologne 2010


The 44th ART COLOGNE will take place April 21-25, 2010. The last edition of the ART COLOGNE proved able to meet the challenges of the new economy by physical consolidation, conceptual expansion and easy access to the cultural riches of the Rhineland.

The 44th Internationaler Kunstmarkt will build on this model. Located again in Levels 1 and 2 of Hall 11 of the Koelnmesse grounds in Cologne-Deutz, the 44th ART COLOGNE will showcase 180 modern, post-war and contemporary galleries.

Modern and post-war will occupy level 1. Level 2 will present contemporary galleries, as well as Open Space and New Contemporaries, ART COLOGNE's proven platforms for the presentation of young and cutting-edge international art.

The Vernissage will take place on April 20, 2010 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.

http://www.artcologne.com/thefair/


Interview with Art Cologne Director Daniel Hug at Kunsthaus Z├╝rich, Switzerland.
(English)

http://www.youtube.com/vernissagetv#p/u/15/qeUmvCvtGVg


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For the 44th Art Cologne in April 2010, 190 International Galleries will present Modern, Post-war and cutting-edge Contemporary art in a particularly interesting context.

Several important museum exhibitions throughout Germany will be occurring in tandem with the Fair.

A two-part Retrospective of Neo Rauch opens simultaneously at the Museum der Bildenen Kunste in Leipzig and the Museum der Pinakotheke der Moderne in Munich.

Ed Ruscha opens a retrospective in the Haus der Kunst in Munich. In the Rheinland, Fischli/Weiss will receive the Wolfgang Hahn Award.

Wade Guyton and Jochen Lempert will open at the Museum Ludwig; Alexandra Birken at the Koelnischer Kunstverein; Liam Gillick in the Kunst und Ausstellungs Hall, Bonn; Erwin Wurm in the Kunst Museum Bonn, Katharina Fritsch in the Kunsthalle Dusseldorf and Monika Sosnowska in the K21 Museum in Dusseldorf.

http://www.dexigner.com/art/news-g19687.html

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