We are delighted to announce we will be exhibiting at Cologne Fine Art this November.

Cologne Fine Art 2018, will once again be held at the Koelnmesse exhibition centre this autumn. The fair will show extraordinary exhibits from around the world from Thursday 22nd November to Sunday 25th November. From Far Eastern sculptures and exotica of the past and present, to American design classics and young contemporary positions of painting and photography, Cologne Fine Art unfolds a kaleidoscopic dialogue fed by the most varied art genres, eras and style, and invites discovery.

No other German art fair presents art and artistic craftwork with this complexity and depth, while still achieving an approachable and exciting atmosphere, due to its lively exhibition concept. Cologne Fine Art addresses both established art connoisseurs and budding collectors. At the same time it is an exhibition, chamber of curiosities and realm of experience, presented by select, high quality galleries and dealers from nine countries.

Cologne Fine Art 2017

Cologne Fine Art was formed in 2006, as a combination of three trade fairs which took place throughout the year in Cologne. The new combined fair, moved to the Koelnmesse exhibition centre, where approximately 190 international exhibitors, art and antiques dealers, antiquarians, art publishers and gallery owners exhibited ancient and contemporary art, handicrafts, antique furniture, design classics, precious books, photography, editions, printmaking, young painting, Art breed and artist books.

Gérard A. Goodrow, the director of the Art & Culture section of the Koelnmesse, explained the new concept “… with a content and quality streamlined to around 180 participants, ranging from antiquity to the present and encompassing visual and applied art, we want to create a top-class market platform , which is internationally attractive for exhibitors, collectors and visitors “.

For more information on show dates, opening times and location, please visit our exhibition page below.

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Exhibition Highlights

Marc Chagall

La Danse, 1976-77
(unframed) 22.2 x 29.8 inches/ 56.5 x 75.7 cms

Raoul Dufy

La Cité, Vue de l’Hôtel de Ville, 1904
(unframed) 18.0 x 21.75 ins /46.0 x 55.0 cms

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Port de La Rochelle, 1896
(unframed) 8.1 x 12.7 ins/ 20.7 x 32.3 cms

Andre Brasilier

Les Peupliers Jaunes
(unframed) 29.0 x 46.0 in./ 73.66 x 116.84 cm

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