26 - 29 April 2017
200 globally renowned galleries from 28 countries will gather from 26 to 29 April showing works by around 2,000 artists
The 51st ART COLOGNE promises to be the best yet, presenting 200 of the most important galleries of the international art world, including renown new participants like Gagosian, David Kordansky, Daniel Templon and WHITE CUBE. The range of offerings extends from Modern and Postwar Art to Contemporary Art in the sector GALLERIES. The NEUMARKT section, composed of two areas, will celebrate its premiere in the coming year, presenting a new focus on young galleries and on selected curated projects between galleries in the NEUMARKT COLLABORATIONS section.
ART COLOGNE 2017 gathers together the most relevant galleries from the international and German art scenes including 39 newcomers. Particularly worthy of mention in the contemporary section are Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner, Sprüth Magers, Thaddaeus Ropac, Hans Mayer, OMR, Pearl Lam, Max Hetzler, Karsten Greve, Daniel Buchholz as well as high quality newcomers like Gagosian, David Kordansky, Daniel Templon and White Cube amongst others.
Isa Genzken, Flugzeugfenster, 2015. Aluminum foil tape, adhesive tape, duct tape, three chromogenic prints and one cardstock print on aircraft panel; metal rods, overall: 50 3/4 x 41 1/2 x 20 1/2 inches (128.9 x 105.4 x 52.1 cm). Courtesy of David Zwirner Gallery.
New exhibitors participating in the Modern and Postwar section include Le Minotaure (Paris), Thole Rotermund (Hamburg), Derda Berlin (Berlin) and Zlotowski (Paris), who join long term exhibitors Thomas (Munich), Axel Vervoordt (Antwerp, Hong Kong), von Vertes (Zurich) as well as Ben Brown Fine Arts (Hong Kong, London).
Numerous young French galleries are participating in the NEUMARKT section for the first time, including Samy Abraham (Paris), Antoine Levi (Paris) and Joseph Tang (Paris) along with other leading cutting edge galleries such as ESSEX STREET (New York), LambdaLambdaLambda (Pristina), Project Native Informant (London), Deborah Schamoni (Munich), The Journal Gallery (New York), Teminkova & Kasela (Taalin), Max Mayer (Dusseldorf) and Jan Kaps (Cologne).