Berlin, October 8, 2010 – The prize for “Best Stand” in the sector focus goes to Galerie Lüttgenmeijer of Berlin. The gallery was chosen by an independent jury – consisting of Ariane Beyn, Artistic Director of the DAAD artists’ programme, Berlin; Axel Haubrok, collector, Berlin, and Holger Liebs, Chief Editor Monopol, Berlin. The jury gave the reasons for their selection as follows: “With the double presentation of the work of David Jablonowski and Erica Baum, the Berlin-based gallery Lüttgenmeijer has created a minimalist and convincing space.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin is pleased to announce that Artur Żmijewski has been appointed curator of the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.
The 7th Berlin Biennale will take place in early 2012.
The London based Research Company ArtTactic recently published a survey about the recovery in the market of Chinese Contemporary Art. Some results:
• The ArtTactic Chinese Contemporary Art Market Confidence Indicator sees a positive increase of 27% from December 2009.
More than 50 galleries around the Checkpoint Charlie had merged into a new gallery cooperation. They want to organize joint openings. Also a new flyer with the main data of the connected galleries and its exhibitions are planned.
It operates under the umbrella of Berlin Gallery District. The opening ceremony will take place on Friday 10 September 2010, 18h to 21h.
Düsseldorf, various organizers and places, from 10th September 2010 on:
The art market has a difficult time behind him. However, the results were at the spring auctions in London and New York and germinate the surprisingly good sales reports from the Art Basel hopes that the worst is over. The prices on the stock and bond markets at least have increased for more than a year.
Following the huge public response to the termination of 31 March 2011 has made the new owner of Postfuhramt, Mr Sharon Elad Tshuva, C / O Berlin an offer for an extension until 31.12.2011.
The artist Karin Sander has enjoyed growing attention in the art scene. dedicate this year even two large and influential museums present Karin Sander in a solo-show: the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen and K20 KUNSTSAMMLUNG NRW in Düsseldorf.
To finance the last project an edition of 100 unique items is offered for sale. Every scanned person can acquire her portrait of the size 1:7 in light gray for the price of 5000, - €. Requests to Barbara Gross Galerie.
Visitors of mueseum K20 1: 8, 2010, 3D Bodyscan of living persons
Karin Sander's work is multi-layered, multi-faceted, and yet distinctive. Inspired by the surrounding environment, site-specific situations, intricate themes, and precise questioning, ?she develops ideas and then carefully delegates the task of carrying them out to assistants, scientists, technicians, equipment, or machines. For the viewer, the results are surprising, revealing an unusual perspective of previously familiar things.
Karin Sanders attention in the art scene sine 2004