December 20, 2010 - ART COLOGNE - Panamarenko
December 20, 2010

Panamarenko

Panamarenko​
45. Internationaler Kunstmarkt

13-17 April 2011

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PANAMARENKO
For the 45th edition of ART COLOGNE (13-17.04.2011), the entire entrance hall will be dedicated to the work of Belgian Artist PANAMARENKO, providing a strong visual link and focus on the history of the fair and surrounding region.

Panamarenko was born as Henri Van Herweghen in 1940 in Antwerp (Belgium). Since 2002 he lives in Michelbeke, in the Flemish countryside. Panamarenko is without doubt THE foremost exponent of the contemporary Belgian art scene. He is one of the most evocative international contemporary artists of the past 50 years. His art appeals to both artists and art professionals and the general public. His unbridled imagination and his very poetic, almost anarchic vision on things are the building blocks of his artistic advocacy for unrestricted freedom of artistic and creative thinking which yielded a very varied and extensive body of works.

From the late 60′s, Panamarenko gained fame as the inventor and builder of fantastic aircrafts, powered and propelled by human power or through techniques inspired by the flight of insects. Around 1980, he focused on the possibilities of space travel using the magnetic fields between the celestial bodies. From ’84 onward, he created the so-called Backpacks for which he designed several compact engines and which were meant to enable man to fly; from ’88, he developed the autonomous stepping ‘chicken’ or Archaeoptherix. And in ’91 he introduced the flying car “K2 – The 7000-Meter-High Flying Jungle and Mountain Machine”, to name but a few examples.

The exhibition at ART COLOGNE brings some of Panamarenko’s most important works back to North Rhine-Westphalia, the region where, partly thanks to Joseph Beuys, his international career got started. Here, artworks such as “Helicopter” (1973-1986), “V1 Barada Jet” (1991), “Scotch Gambit” (1966-1999) and “Batopillo” (2005) represent both a historical cross section and a brief but exemplary summary of the versatile and imaginative works of the Antwerp artist.

45. ART COLOGNE
April 13-17, 2011

Vernissage on Tuesday,
April 12th, 5 pm

Axa Art Professional Preview on Tuesday,
April 12th, 12 pm

Exhibiting Galleries:

Argentina
Ignacio Liprandi
Daniel Maman
Chez Vautier

Austria
Johannes Faber
Ernst Hilger
Konzett
Krobath
Meyer Kainer
Nächst St. Stephan
Salis & Vertes
Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman

Belgium
Catherine Bastide
Deweer
MSSNDCLRCQ Meessen de Clercq
Christian Nagel
Guy Pieters

Canada
Blanket

China
Alexander Ochs

Czech Republic
Jiri Svestka

Denmark
Mikael Andersen
Bo Bjerggaard
Moderne

Finland
Forsblom

France
Chez Valentin
Karsten Greve
Lahumière
Lelong
Marion Meyer
Guy Pieters
Jocelyn Wolff

Germany
Aanant + Zoo
Adamski
Mikael Andersen
ARNDT
Aussereuropäische Kunst Dierking
Baer
Guido W. Baudach
Baukunst
Beck & Eggeling
Jürgen Becker
Klaus Benden
Berinson
Galerie Berlin
Andreas Binder
Boisserée
Isabella Bortolozzi
BQ
Lena Brüning
Daniel Buchholz
Buchmann
Bugdahn + Kaimer
Luis Campana
Gisela Capitain
Carlier Gebauer
Conradi
COSAR HMT
Dogenhaus
Christian Ehrentraut
EIGEN + ART
Fahnemann
fiebach, minninger
Figge von Rosen
Fischer
Max Weber Six Friedrich
Klaus Gerrit Friese
Vera Gliem
Wolfgang Gmyrek
Bärbel Grässlin
Karsten Greve
Barbara Gross
Haas
Hachmeister
Häusler Contemporary
Hammelehle und Ahrens
Reinhard Hauff
Marianne Hennemann
Andreas Höhne
hoffmann
Heinz Holtmann
Akira Ikeda
Fred Jahn
Michael Janssen
Johnen
Kadel Willborn
mike karstens
Ben Kaufmann
Kewenig
Parisa Kind
Kleindienst
KLEMM’S
Bernd Klüser
Sabine Knust
Koch
Koch Oberhuber Wolff
Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen
Johann König
Krobath
Kuttner Siebert
L.A. Galerie
Laden fuer Nichts
Galerie für Landschaftskunst
Christian Lethert
Levy
Löhrl
Ludorff
Linn Lühn
M29
Vittorio Manalese & Fils
Maulberger
Hans Mayer
mirko mayer / m-projects
Hubertus Melsheimer
Metro
Kai Middendorf
Christian Nagel
Georg Nothelfer
Alexander Ochs
Parrotta
Rupert Pfab
Karl Pfefferle
Produzentengalerie
Thomas Rehbein
Remmert und Barth
Rieder
Petra Rinck
Stefan Röpke
Samuelis Baumgarte
Marion Scharmann
Scheffel
Aurel Scheibler
Brigitte Schenk
Schlichtenmaier
SCHMIDT & HANDRUP
Schmidt Maczollek
Schönewald Fine Arts
Rüdiger Schöttle
Schwarzer
September
Sies + Höke
Simonis
Sommer & Kohl
Springer + Winckler
Sprüth Magers
Staeck
Walter Storms
Hans Strelow
Jacky Strenz
Florian Sundheimer
Jiri Svestka
Thomas
Wilma Tolksdorf
Utermann
VAN HORN
edith wahlandt
Michael Werner
Eva Winkeler
Susanne Zander
Thomas Zander

Greece
Kalfayan

Hungary
Erika Deák

Italy
Federico Bianchi
Galleria d’Arte Maggiore
Gentili
Grossetti
Dr. Dorothea van der Koelen
Studio La Città
Luce

Japan
Base
Akira Ikeda
Tomio Koyama
NANZUKA UNDERGROUND
Super Window Project
taguchi fine art

Luxembourg
Nosbaum Reding

The Netherlands
Delaive
Jaski
Onrust
Fons Welters
Martin van Zomeren

Norway
STANDARD

Poland
Raster

Spain
Heinrich Ehrhardt
Kewenig
Stefan Röpke

Sweden
Lars Bohman
Milliken
Wetterling

Switzerland
Buchmann
Karsten Greve
Haas
Häusler Contemporary
Hauser & Wirth
Henze & Ketterer
Lange + Pult
Lullin + Ferrari
Salis & Vertes
Bob van Orsouw
Tony Wuethrich

United Kingdom
ANCIENT + MODERN
CABINET
Hauser & Wirth
Hollybush Gardens
Annely Juda Fine Art
Sprüth Magers

USA
1301PE
AMBACH + RICE
Broadway 1602
Foxy Production
Jack Hanley
Hauser & Wirth
Akira Ikeda
Leo König
Andrew Kreps
Lelong
Margarete Roeder
Team Gallery
Michael Werner

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