47th Art Cologne, running from 19 to 22 April, announces top-flight line-up of international galleries

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47th Art Cologne, running from 19 to 22 April, announces top-flight line-up of international galleries
Galerie Ropac, Halle.

COLOGNE.- The exhibitor list for the 47th edition of ART COLOGNE has just been finalized. The chief exhibitor block will feature a formidable roster of top-flight international galleries. They are joined by a high-calibre contingent of returnees and a very promising group of first-timers. Some new names are exciting young galleries in the NEW CONTEMPORARIES section. ART COLOGNE and NADA (the New Art Dealers Alliance) will be working together for a second year, bridging art markets in Europe and the United States. NADA Cologne will have its own separate section at the Fair – Hall 11.3 of the Koelnmesse complex.

ART COLOGNE 2013 runs from 19 to 22 April. Over 200 galleries from 25 countries will be showcasing classical modern masters, post-war and contemporary art. ART COLOGNE Director Daniel Hug says, ‘We’re very happy we can again present a fantastic selection of major art-market players. The high-calibre exhibitor list strongly underlines ART COLOGNE’s position as one of the world’s most important contemporary art fairs. Integration of NADA into the Fair means we can offer an alternative view on up-to-the-minute, cutting-edge art.’

Newcomers to the main fair include Krinzinger (Vienna), Helga de Alvear (Madrid), Giò Marconi (Milan), Paul Andriesse (Amsterdam), Marlborough Contemporary (London), Peres Projects (Berlin), Habana (Havana), Axel Vervoordt (Antwerp), David Nolan and Moeller Fine Art (both New York).

Returnees include blue-chip galleries Thaddaeus Ropac (Paris/Salzburg), David Zwirner (New York/London), Hauser & Wirth (Zurich/London/New York), Karsten Greve (Cologne/Paris/St. Moritz), Michael Werner (Cologne/New York), Annely Juda Fine Art (London), Hans Mayer (Düsseldorf), Sprüth Magers (Berlin/London), Daniel Buchholz (Berlin/Cologne), Gisela Capitain (Cologne), Dirimart (Istanbul), Christian Nagel (Berlin/Antwerp), EIGEN + ART (Berlin/Leipzig), Guido W. Baudach, Martin Klosterfelde and Neu (all three Berlin).

NADA, the New Art Dealers Alliance, will occupy a special section at ART COLOGNE following its successful debut last year. The young galleries from all over the world will be showing a range of new perspectives on contemporary art in Hall 11.3. Some of the names: CANADA (New York), Shane Campbell (Chicago), Fitzroy (New York), Bischoff Projects (Frankfurt), Jack Hanley (New York) and Emmanuel Layr (Vienna).

ART COLOGNE 2013: complete exhibitor list
AUSTRALIA Neon Parc AUSTRIA Artelier, Ernst Hilger, Christine König, Konzett, Krinzinger, Krobath, Bernd Kugler, Emanuel Layr, Nächst St. Stephan, Thaddaeus Ropac, Ruperl, Salis & Vertes, Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman BELGIUM Catherine Bastide, DEWEER, Christian Nagel, Guy Pieters, Axel Vervoordt CHINA Ben Brown Fine Arts, Alexander Ochs CUBA Habana CZECH REPUBLIC SVIT DENMARK Peter Amby, Mikael Anderson, Martin Asbaek, Bo Bjerggaard, Moderne Silkeborg, V1 FINLAND Forsblom FRANCE BUGADA & CARGNEL, Karsten Greve, Lahumière, Thaddaeus Ropac, Schleicher + Lange, Suzanne Tarasiève, Jocelyn Wolff GERMANY Aanant & Zoo, Mikael Andersen, Guido W. Baudach, Beck & Eggeling, Klaus Benden, Berinson, Bischoff Projects, Blanket, Boisserée, BQ, Sebastian Brandl, Daniel Buchholz, Buchmann, Bugdahn und Kaimer, Luis Campana, Gisela Capitain, Carlier I Gebauer, CLAGES, CONRADS, Cosar HMT, Dierking, DREI, EIGEN + ART, Fahnemann, fiebach, minninger, Figge von Rosen, Konrad Fischer, Fischer Kunsthandel, MaxWeberSixFriedrich, Klaus Gerrit Friese, Bärbel Grässlin, Karsten Greve, Barbara Gross, Haas, Häusler Contemporary, Hammelehle und Ahrens, Reinhard Hauff, Jochen Hempel, hoffmann, Heinz Holtmann, Akira Ikeda, Fred Jahn, Kadel Wilborn, mike karstens, KLEMM’s, Helga Maria Klosterfelde, Martin Klosterfelde, Bernd Klüser, Sabine Knust, Koch, Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen, Johann König, KOW, Krobath, L.A. Galerie, Laden fuer Nichts, Gebr. Lehmann, Christian Lethert, Levy, Löhrl, Ludorff, Linn Lühn, Lüttgenmeijer, M29 Richter.Brückner, Maulberger, Hans Mayer, Max Mayer, mirko mayer/m-projects, Hubertus Melsheimer, Moeller Fine Art, Vera Munro, Tobias Naehring, Christian Nagel, Neu, Georg Nothelfer, Alexander Ochs, Peres Projects, Rupert Pfab, Karl Pfefferle, Power, Produzentengalerie, PSM, RECEPTION, Thomas Rehbein, Remmert und Barth, Rieder, Petra Rinck, Samuelis Baumgarte, Marion Scharmann, Scheffel, Aurel Scheibler, Schleicher + Lange, Schlichtenmaier, Schmidt & Handrup, Schmidt Maczollek, Schönewald Fine Arts, Schwarzer, Sies + Höke, Simonis, Société, Sommer & Kohl, Soy Capitan, Sprüth Magers, Staeck, Walter Storms, Hans Strelow, Jacky Strenz, Florian Sundheimer, Tanit, Thomas, Barbara Thumm, Wilma Tolksdorf, Utermann, VAN HORN, edith wahlandt, Warhus Rittershaus, Wentrup, Michael Werner, ZAK | BRANICKA, Suzanne Zander, Thomas Zander, Zink GREECE Kalfayan ITALY Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen, LUCE, Giò Marconi JAPAN Base, Akira Ikeda, taguchi fine art LEBANON Tanit MEXICO Hilario Galguera THE NETHERLANDS Akinci, Paul Andriesse, Jaski, Onrust, Slewe, Fons Welters POLAND ZAK | BRANICKA SOUTH AFRICA Blank Projects SPAIN Helga de Alvear, Marta Cervera, espaivisor - Galeria Visor, Maior, Oriol SWEDEN Wetterling SWITZERLAND Buchmann, Karsten Greve, Grieder Contemporary, Haas, Häusler Contemporary, Hauser & Wirth, Henze & Ketterer, Lange + Pult, Lullin + Ferrari, Mark Müller, Rotwand, Salis & Vertes TURKEY Dirimart UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Carbon 12 UNITED KINGDOM Ancient & Modern, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Alan Cristea, Hauser & Wirth, Ingleby, The International 3, Annely Juda Fine Art, Josh Lilley, Marlborough Contemporary, Rokeby, Sprüth Magers, Michael Werner, David Zwirner UNITED STATES 1301PE, Alden Projects, Brennan & Griffin, Shane Campbell, CANADA, Corbett vs. Dempsey, Derek Eller, Fitzroy, Jack Hanley, Hauser & Wirth, KIMMERICH, Leo Koenig, Marlborough Contemporary, Martos, Moeller Fine Art, David Nolan, Paradise Garage, Peres Projects, Margarete Roeder, Michael Werner, David Zwirner

Aanant & Zoo (Berlin), Ancient & Modern (London), Catherine Bastide (Brussels), Sebastian Brandl (Cologne), BUGADA & CARGNEL (Paris), Carbon 12 (Dubai), Marta Cervera (Madrid), CLAGES (Cologne), Corbett vs. Dempsey (Chicago), Grieder Contemporary (Zurich), Kadel Wilborn (Düsseldorf/ Karlsruhe), KIMMERICH (New York), KLEMM'S (Berlin), KOW (Berlin), Laden fuer Nichts (Leipzig), Lange + Pult (Zurich), Christian Lethert (Cologne), Luce (Turin), Linn Lühn (Düsseldorf), Lullin + Ferrari (Zurich), Lüttgenmeijer (Berlin), Max Mayer (Düsseldorf), Tobias Naehring (Leipzig), Peres Projects (Berlin), PSM (Berlin), RECEPTION (Berlin), Petra Rinck (Düsseldorf), Rokeby (London), Rotwand (Zurich), Marion Scharmann (Cologne), Schleicher + Lange (Berlin/Paris), Société (Berlin), Sommer & Kohl (Berlin), Soy Capitan (Berlin), Jacky Strenz (Frankfurt), V1 (Copenhagen), VAN HORN (Düsseldorf), ZAK | BRANICKA (Cracow/Berlin)

Alden Projects (New York), Peter Amby (Copenhagen), Bischoff Projects (Frankfurt), Blank Projects (Cape Town), Blanket (Cologne), Brennan & Griffin (New York), Shane Campbell (Chicago), CANADA (New York), DREI (Cologne), Derek Eller (New York), Jack Hanley (New York), The International 3 (Manchester), Emanuel Layr (Vienna), Josh Lilley (London), M29 Richter.Brückner (Cologne), Martos (New York), Neon Parc (Melbourne), Power (Hamburg), Schmidt & Handrup (Cologne), SVIT (Prague), Warhus Rittershaus (Cologne)

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