Art Cologne

Art Cologne director takes to Instagram to criticise rival Art Basel’s ‘colonialism’

Daniel Hug posted that the Swiss company "is only interested in making money and keeping Art Basel the number one fair worldwide"

Art Cologne passes pandemic subsidy on to exhibitors, offering 34% discount

Both foreign and domestic art galleries benefit from the discount

French and German art fairs forced to cancel as new national lockdowns come into force

Fine Arts Paris and Art Cologne boldly believed they could run Covid-secure events in November, but both have had to relent to new restrictions

Coronavirus postpones Art Cologne from April to November

Large-scale events have been banned in the German region of North Rhine-Westphalia, while travel has become restricted for international exhibitors

Smaller Art Cologne caters to our short attention spans

Less is more in the internet age, says organiser of fair which has dropped from 210 exhibitors to 176

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Art Brussels and Art Cologne fairs clashed this year—which came out on top?

Cooperating on messaging while maintaining individual identity proved key to drawing international collectors

Date clash for Art Cologne and Art Brussels fairs

First-time exhibitors give Art Cologne a boost

Can any fair kickstart the Berlin art market?

In a city of artists but few collectors, an overhauled fair hopes to drum up trade against competition from established Art Cologne and a new Düsseldorf event

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Art Cologne sets up subsidiary fair in Palma de Mallorca

By following Art Basel's example, organisers hope to rival their prosperity

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Established fair experiments in Art Cologne's twenty-third year

Big names for private collectors and big sculptures for museum curators

Digital art at the forefront of Art Cologne 1999

The contemporary fair switches on to new technology

Collectors keep flocking to Cologne: Interview with gallery director Christian Nagel

Cologne's title as contemporary art capital is yet to be challenged with Berlin still in the fragmentary stages