September 6, 2010 - Art Forum Berlin - In October
September 6, 2010

In October

In October
7-10 October 2010

Fairgrounds Berlin
Phone +49 30 3038 2076
Fax +49 30 3038 2060,
art [​at​] messe-berlin.de

www.art-forum-berlin.de

From among more than 300 applications, the international Selection Committee has chosen over 100 leading galleries from 18 countries which will present art since 1960 in Berlin.

Sector galleries
The list of participants of the sector galleries will this year be expanded by numerous new galleries. In addition to international and Berlin galleries which have taken part in art forum berlin last year, the following exhibitors will present themselves for the first time in Berlin: Andréhn-Schiptjenko (Stockholm), Andersen’s Contemporary (Copenhagen, Berlin), Iragui gallery (Moscow), Yvon Lambert (Paris, New York) Kunsthandel Jörg Maaß (Berlin), David Nolan Gallery (New York, Berlin), Galerie Parisa Kind (Frankfurt am Main), Skopia (Geneva), Galerija Škuc (Ljubljana), Galerie Wima Tolksdorf (Frankfurt am Main, Berlin), Galerie Jacky Strenz (Frankfurt am Main ) Vintage Galéria (Budapest) and Galerie Susanne Zander (Cologne). The magnificent architecture of the light-flooded exhibition halls, built by architect Richard Ermisch in the thirties of the last century, offers the participant galleries an ideal platform for presenting their artists.

This year, for the first time the galleries are given the opportunity to present solo exhibitions of their artists which the galleries themselves have curated. The projects not only make an in-depth insight into the work of the respective artist possible but also give rise to stimulating, unexpected and, in some cases, provocative discussions. What will be presented are works by artists of different cultural origins, from different generations and with a variety of artistic approaches. Projects or groups of works by the following artists will be shown: Markus Amm, Keren Cytter, Andrea Geyer, Douglas Gordon, João Maria Gusmão und Pedro Paiva, Imi Knoebel, Annika Larsson, Isa Melsheimer, Efthis Patsourakis, Mathilde Rosier, ROTAR, Vincent Tavenne, Tatiana Trouvé, Jorinde Voigt, Peter Weibel, Martin Walde, and Ralf Ziervogel.

Sector focus
The sector focus for young galleries will be one of the highlights of the International Art Show. The Selection Committee and the Show Management have decided to integrate the sector focus into the two main halls. Within the sector galleries, the stands of the young galleries will be in the centre of the respective hall. Furthermore, the sector focus has an attractive novelty: Each gallery admitted by the Selection Committee was authorized to invite one additional gallery to participate. The new concept allows the young galleries to decisively co-determine the orientation of the sector.

berlin talks
Twice a day, the berlin talks with renowned personalities from the international world of art provide the interested audience with insights into the international art scene. Collecting art in India, current trends and challenges in the field of museum work as well as joint projects of German art associations and French Centres d’Art will be discussed. In addition, there will be rounds of talks with artists.

Exhibiting galleries:

Sector galleries
Andersen’s Contemporary Copenhagen – Andréhn-Schiptjenko Stockholm – ARNDT Berlin – Alfonso Artiaco Naples – Martin Asbaek Gallery Copenhagen – Jürgen Becker Galerie Hamburg – Galleri Bo Bjerggaard Copenhagen – Niels Borch Jensen Galerie Berlin, Copenhagen – carlier | gebauer Berlin – Carreras Mugica Bilbao – Mehdi Chouakri Berlin – Contemporary Fine Arts Berlin – COSAR HMT Dusseldorf – Galerie Anselm Dreher Berlin – Andrew Edlin Gallery New York – Galeria Heinrich Ehrhardt Madrid – Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin, Leipzig – Galerie Fahnemann Berlin – Galerie Klaus Gerrit Friese Stuttgart – Galerie Bärbel Grässlin Frankfurt am Main – Galerie Karin Guenther Hamburg – Galerie Michael Haas Berlin, Zurich – Häusler Contemporary Munich, Zurich – Herald St London – IBID Projects London – Galerie Grita Insam Vienna – Galerie IRAGUI Moscow – Johnen Galerie Berlin – Galerie Kadel-Willborn Karlsruhe – Georg Kargl Vienna – Galerie Ben Kaufmann Berlin – Galerie Parisa Kind Frankfurt am Main – Kisterem Budapest – Klosterfelde Berlin – Christine König Galerie Vienna – Johann König Berlin – Leo Koenig Inc. New York – Galerie Krinzinger Vienna – Kuckei + Kuckei Berlin – Galerie Bernd Kugler Innsbruck – Yvon Lambert Paris, New York – Galerie Gebr. Lehmann Dresden, Berlin – Galerie Gisèle Linder Basel – Stella Lohaus Gallery Antwerp – Kunsthandel Jörg Maaß Berlin – Mai 36 Galerie Zurich – Galerie Hans Mayer Dusseldorf – Galerie Mark Müller Zurich – Galerie Vera Munro Hamburg – Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder Vienna – Galerie Neu Berlin -Neugerriemschneider Berlin – New Jerseyy Basel – David Nolan Gallery New York – Nosbaum & Reding – Art Contemporain Luxembourg – Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch Berlin – Galerie Nathalie Obadia Paris, Brussles – Produzentengalerie Hamburg Hamburg – Rodeo Istanbul – Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery Sydney – Galleria S.A.L.E.S. Rome – SCHAU ORT. Christiane Büntgen Zurich – Esther Schipper Berlin – Galerie Thomas Schulte Berlin – Sies + Höke Galerie Dusseldorf – Skopia / P.-H. Jaccaud Geneva – Galerija Skuc Ljubljana – Fredric Snitzer Gallery Miami – Galleria Franco Soffiantino Turin – Jacky Strenz Frankfurt am Main – Team Gallery New York – Galerie Daniel Templon Paris – Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman Innsbruck – Galerie Barbara Thumm Berlin – Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf Frankfurt am Main, Berlin – VAN HORN / Daniela Steinfeld Dusseldorf – Tim Van Laere Gallery Antwerp – Galerie Anne de Villepoix Paris – Vintage Gallery Budapest – Galerie Wentrup Berlin – Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris – Galerie Thomas Zander Cologne – Galerie Susanne Zander / Delmes & Zander GbR Cologne – ZERO… Milan.

Sector focus
AMBACH & RICE Seattle – Andreas Melas Presents (AMP) Athens Beaver Projects Copenhagen Galleri Niklas Belenius Stockholm – BISCHOFF/WEISS London – Galerie Dana Charkasi Vienna – DUVE Berlin Berlin – Figge von Rosen Galerie Cologne – IMO Copenhagen – Klemm’s Berlin – Galerie KUNSTAGENTEN Berlin – Laden fuer Nichts Leipzig – Lüttgenmeijer Berlin – Norma Mangione Gallery Turin – Kai Middendorff Galerie Frankfurt am Main – MOT International London – MUSEUM 52 New York London, New York – Neon Parc Melbourne – Newman Popiashvili Gallery New York – On Stellar Rays New York – Pianissimo Milan – PSM Berlin – Galerie Jette Rudolph Berlin – Utopian Slumps Melbourne – Galerie Tanja Wagner Berlin – Galerie Eva Winkeler Frankfurt am Main, Cologne.

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