45th Edition of Art Cologne Once Again Showcases Works by Well-Established Artists


COLOGNE.- Lively, open to change, daring and innovative – these are the qualities ART COLOGNE (13th-17th April 2011) is displaying 45 years after it was founded. The 45th International Art Fair is once again the event that showcases the works of well-established artists and also very promising up and coming talents, where art dealers with long years of experience engage in dialogue with daring young gallery owners. About 200 galleries from 22 countries are offering a comprehensive overview ranging from Modernist works to post-war art to contemporary art coming straight from today’s studios. Some of the most important examples of Polish contemporary art are the works of the late Thadeusz Kantor, who died in 1990. Kantor’s estate is represented by Galerie Isabella Czarnowska (Berlin), which is showing at its stand 25 drawings by this multitalented artist, who also was a theatre director and stage designer. Raster (Warsaw) wil