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ART + Object Cologne Koelnmesse is reorganising its traditional Arts and Antiques fair COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN. Under the name ART + OBJECT, a newly conceived special programme replaces COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN and becomes a part of ART COLOGNE.

With this reorganisation the company is responding to the changed dynamics in the art market. ART + OBJECT 2022 will present currents, epochs and disciplines not yet seen at ART COLOGNE and places them within the context of 20th and 21st century art. Emphasis here is to be placed on design and applied art, objects from antiquity, from old masters and non-European art to modern crafts. To this end,

With this reorganisation the company is responding to the changed dynamics in the art market. ART + OBJECT 2022 will present currents, epochs and disciplines not yet seen at ART COLOGNE and places them within the context of 20th and 21st century art. Emphasis here is to be placed on design and applied art, objects from antiquity, from old masters and non-European art to modern crafts. To this end,

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Today is World Earth Day. Celebrated annually on April 22, it is a reminder to protect the environment, restore damaged ...
22/04/2022

Today is World Earth Day. Celebrated annually on April 22, it is a reminder to protect the environment, restore damaged ecosystems and live a more sustainable life.

Unique works of art and vintage design can give your interior not only a timeless and elevated look, it is all about styling in a sustainable way too! Enjoy this inspirational setting from the MAKK – Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln, from the exhibition „Kunst + Design im Dialog“, © DetlefSchumachercom

The male icons of the early-20th-century Bauhaus school, like Josef Albers, László Moholy-Nagy, and Paul Klee, are some ...
14/04/2022
10 Forgotten Female Pioneers of the Bauhaus

The male icons of the early-20th-century Bauhaus school, like Josef Albers, László Moholy-Nagy, and Paul Klee, are some of the most celebrated pioneers of modern art. But the women artists who taught, studied, and made groundbreaking work with them are often remembered in history books as wives of their male counterparts or, worse, not at all.

Artsy highlights 10 female Bauhaus members who contributed fundamental work, instruction, and innovation to the school over the course of its relatively short existence, between 1919 and 1933, and bolstered its lasting legacy.

The male icons of the Bauhaus—like Klee and Albers—are world-renowned. Lesser-known are the school’s trailblazing female artists.

Jean Prouvé (8 April 1901 – 23 March 1984) was #bornonthisday.He was a French metal worker, architect and designer who l...
08/04/2022

Jean Prouvé (8 April 1901 – 23 March 1984) was #bornonthisday.

He was a French metal worker, architect and designer who loved to experiment. Metal was the main material of his design career. His work is included in private and public collections worldwide, including the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Prouvé’s work involved frequent collaboration, most famously with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.

Coming up soon!The Emil Schumacher Museum's new exhibition entitled "Emil Schumacher and the form of his time" represent...
01/04/2022

Coming up soon!

The Emil Schumacher Museum's new exhibition entitled "Emil Schumacher and the form of his time" represents international design of the entire 20th century through outstanding designs by Peter Behrens, Mario Botta, Marcel Breuer, Arne Jacobsen, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Bruno Munari, Verner Panton, Ettore Sottsass, Dante della Torre, Marcel Wanders and many more.

The exhibition was created in cooperation with Sebastian Jacobi from Bad Ems, one of the most important contemporary design historians and collectors in Germany, and our Art + Object advisor/curator.

Loans from his collection that have never before been presented in a museum are juxtaposed with paintings and sculptures as well as applied art objects from the Hagen museums.

Image: Espresso-Maschine 'Diamante‘, design by Bruno Munari & Enzo Mari, 1956, for La Pavoni, Milan. Private collection Sebastian Jacobi.

24 April - 7 August 2022
Learn more at http://www.esmh.de/web/de/esmh/index.html

Goodbye COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGNHello ART + OBJECT![EN] Koelnmesse is reorganising its traditional Arts and Antiques fa...
17/02/2022

Goodbye COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN
Hello ART + OBJECT!

[EN] Koelnmesse is reorganising its traditional Arts and Antiques fair COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN. Under the name ART + OBJECT, a newly conceived special programme replaces COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN and becomes a part of ART COLOGNE. With this reorganisation the company is responding to the changed dynamics in the art market.

ART + OBJECT 2022 will present currents, epochs and disciplines not yet seen at ART COLOGNE and places them within the context of 20th and 21st century art. Emphasis here is to be placed on design and applied art, objects from antiquity, from old masters and non-European art to modern crafts. To this end, around 20 specialised dealers and galleries will be specifically approached and invited, independent of the ART COLOGNE admission process. Art Director Daniel Hug can draw on the expertise of design specialist Sebastian Jacobi, who will act as advisor and curator.

We look forward to welcoming you again from 16 to 20 November 2022!

[DE] Die Koelnmesse ordnet ihre Kunstmessen neu. Mit dem Namen ART + OBJECT greift ein neu konzipiertes Sonderprogramm Segmente der COLONE FINE ART & DESIGN in einer eigenständigen Präsentation zur Art Cologne auf. Die Neuordnung wurde durch die veränderte Dynamik im Kunstmarkt nötig, die vor allem die angestammten Sammelgebiete der COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN betrifft.

ART + OBJECT greift 2022 Strömungen, Epochen und Disziplinen auf, die bisher nicht auf der ART COLOGNE zu sehen waren, und setzt sie in Verbindung mit der Kunst des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts. Im Fokus sollen Design, Objekte aus der Antike, Alte Meister und außereuropäische Kunst stehen. Dafür werden ca. 20 spezialisierte Händler und Galerien gezielt angesprochen und eingeladen, unabhängig vom Zulassungsverfahren der ART COLOGNE. Messedirektor Daniel Hug kann dabei auf die Expertise des Designspezialisten Sebastian Jacobi zurückgreifen, der als Berater und Kurator fungiert.

Wir freuen uns darauf Sie vom 16. bis 20. November 2022 wieder begrüßen zu dürfen!

How did you get through this Blue Monday? Let us add some COLOR to your day with this snapshot of our 2021 edition where...
17/01/2022

How did you get through this Blue Monday?

Let us add some COLOR to your day with this snapshot of our 2021 edition where Brutto Gusto made a perfect match between the ceramic work of Johannes Nagel and the 'Farbensammler / colour collector' paintings by Piotr Nathan.

The gallery has just opened a new exhibition in Berlin. Recent and other work by Guido Sengele can be seen here until March, 19th, 2022.

Have you ever seen the Dreikönigsschrein (Shrine of the Three Kings) in the Cologne Cathedral? Today is Dreikönigsfest o...
06/01/2022

Have you ever seen the Dreikönigsschrein (Shrine of the Three Kings) in the Cologne Cathedral?

Today is Dreikönigsfest or Epiphany. To mark this day we share a detail of the large gilded and decorated triple sarcophagus which can be seen above and behind the high altar in the @KöKölner Dom - die offizielle Seite. It is alleged to hold the bones of the Biblical Magi, also known as the Three Kings.

Built approximately from 1180 to 1225, the shrine is considered the high point of Mosan art and the largest reliquary in the Western world. Its basic structure is made of wood, with gold and silver overlay decorated with filigree, enamel, and over 1,000 jewels and beads. Parts were designed by the famous medieval goldsmith Nicholas of Verdun (ca. 1130 – ca. 1205). The shrine was considered to be so marvellous that Cologne cathedral rebuilt its structure in 1248 in order to provide a more grand setting.

Photo: Kölner Dom

Together we will dance into the future!COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN wishes you all a wonderful evening and a Happy and Heal...
31/12/2021

Together we will dance into the future!

COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN wishes you all a wonderful evening and a Happy and Healthy New Year. To celebrate this new beginning we share a vivid futuristic pastel by the French master Felix Del Marle, Trémoutarde, Rythme (1889 - 1952), which was presented by Martin Doustar.

The present work of 1912-1915 comes from a group of four early works on paper acquired directly from the artist between the two wars, and remained in the same collection by inheritance untill 2020.Two other works were acquired the same year by the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris.

Inspired by a silent short movie directed by French filmmaker Georges Monca in 1908 and released in 1915, the present work epitomizes the fascination of Félix Del Marle for the modern city life, through the colourful depiction of a woman dancing 'la Trémoutarde' in his distinctive futuristic style. Del Marle moved to Paris in 1912, sharing a studio with Guillaume Apollinaire and Gino Severini. In 1913, he joined the futuristic movement initiated in Italy by his fellows Marinetti and Boccioni.

One of the showstoppers at COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN this past year in the booth of Guelfucci Gallery Berlin and Bermel ...
28/12/2021

One of the showstoppers at COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN this past year in the booth of Guelfucci Gallery Berlin and Bermel von Luxburg Gallery...

‘Gold Baby Grant’ is a fusion product of Art Deco’s foremost designer Jacques Emile Ruhlmann (1879 – 1933) and unsurpassed piano builder Ignace Pleyel (1757 – 1831).

Ruhlmann, a specialty of Guelfucci Gallery, designed the case. The piano itself comes from Pleyel’s design. ‘Pleyel et Cie’ provided amongst others for Frédéric Chopin, who considered Pleyel piano’s to be ‘non plus ultra’.

The grand piano’s extremely fine craftsmanship of both designers is newly restored to perfection, whilst maintaining the originality. The original hammers give a most beautiful sound, as some of our fair visitors might remember...

Image: Grand piano by Ignace Pleyel, case by Emil-Jaques Ruhlmann, Pleyer Grand Piano ‘Gold Baby Grant’, 1929. Bronze, ebony, gold leaf, macassar, rosewood, appliqué, fired, polished, height 108 cm, width 160 cm, length 190 cm. @guelfucci_gallery

The team of COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN wishes you a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year!What is your most fa...
23/12/2021

The team of COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN wishes you a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year!

What is your most favourite Christmas dish?

This large still life with fruits, vegetables and a pheasant on a plinth was painted in Paris by Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os in 1836-1837. It is known that the artist sold two paintings of considerable size – a still life dedicated to hunting and a still life with fruits – to King Willem II of the Netherlands in 1837. One painting ended up in the Pescatore Collection in 1850, and is dated 1836-37. This collection was subsequently donated to the city of Luxemburg. The present painting is part of the collection of Kollenburg Antiquairs.

Contemporary applied art was well presented at the latest COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN edition. Galerie Rosemarie Jäger sho...
17/12/2021

Contemporary applied art was well presented at the latest COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN edition. Galerie Rosemarie Jäger showed this exceptional Tray with spoon and cups, 2019, designed and made by Juliane Schölß (1977). Work by this awarded silversmith, who lives and works in Nuremberg, is also part of the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Danner-Stiftung in Munich.

Our catalogue includes many more artworks of the latest edition. Go and see at https://www.colognefineart.de/

Image: Julis Schölß, Tray with spoon and cups, 2019. Mounted, 925 silver, and blackened iron, diameter 30 cm, height 9.5 cm

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At all times, in all cultures and in all genres of art there have been a few people who create something truly exceptional: masterpieces, that outlive the change of time and fascinate art lovers for generations.

At COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN you can find highlights of all epochs of art and design history. Selected galleries and art dealers present carefully chosen objects: exhibitors become curators. If you are looking for new inspirations, you come to Cologne.

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Today is World Earth Day. Celebrated annually on April 22, it is a reminder to protect the environment, restore damaged ecosystems and live a more sustainable life. Unique works of art and vintage design can give your interior not only a timeless and elevated look, it is all about styling in a sustainable way too! Enjoy this inspirational setting from the MAKK – Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln, from the exhibition „Kunst + Design im Dialog“, © DetlefSchumachercom
The male icons of the early-20th-century Bauhaus school, like Josef Albers, László Moholy-Nagy, and Paul Klee, are some of the most celebrated pioneers of modern art. But the women artists who taught, studied, and made groundbreaking work with them are often remembered in history books as wives of their male counterparts or, worse, not at all. Artsy highlights 10 female Bauhaus members who contributed fundamental work, instruction, and innovation to the school over the course of its relatively short existence, between 1919 and 1933, and bolstered its lasting legacy.
Jean Prouvé (8 April 1901 – 23 March 1984) was #bornonthisday. He was a French metal worker, architect and designer who loved to experiment. Metal was the main material of his design career. His work is included in private and public collections worldwide, including the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Prouvé’s work involved frequent collaboration, most famously with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.
Coming up soon! The Emil Schumacher Museum's new exhibition entitled "Emil Schumacher and the form of his time" represents international design of the entire 20th century through outstanding designs by Peter Behrens, Mario Botta, Marcel Breuer, Arne Jacobsen, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Bruno Munari, Verner Panton, Ettore Sottsass, Dante della Torre, Marcel Wanders and many more. The exhibition was created in cooperation with Sebastian Jacobi from Bad Ems, one of the most important contemporary design historians and collectors in Germany, and our Art + Object advisor/curator. Loans from his collection that have never before been presented in a museum are juxtaposed with paintings and sculptures as well as applied art objects from the Hagen museums. Image: Espresso-Maschine 'Diamante‘, design by Bruno Munari & Enzo Mari, 1956, for La Pavoni, Milan. Private collection Sebastian Jacobi. 24 April - 7 August 2022 Learn more at http://www.esmh.de/web/de/esmh/index.html
Goodbye COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN Hello ART + OBJECT! [EN] Koelnmesse is reorganising its traditional Arts and Antiques fair COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN. Under the name ART + OBJECT, a newly conceived special programme replaces COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN and becomes a part of ART COLOGNE. With this reorganisation the company is responding to the changed dynamics in the art market. ART + OBJECT 2022 will present currents, epochs and disciplines not yet seen at ART COLOGNE and places them within the context of 20th and 21st century art. Emphasis here is to be placed on design and applied art, objects from antiquity, from old masters and non-European art to modern crafts. To this end, around 20 specialised dealers and galleries will be specifically approached and invited, independent of the ART COLOGNE admission process. Art Director Daniel Hug can draw on the expertise of design specialist Sebastian Jacobi, who will act as advisor and curator. We look forward to welcoming you again from 16 to 20 November 2022! [DE] Die Koelnmesse ordnet ihre Kunstmessen neu. Mit dem Namen ART + OBJECT greift ein neu konzipiertes Sonderprogramm Segmente der COLONE FINE ART & DESIGN in einer eigenständigen Präsentation zur Art Cologne auf. Die Neuordnung wurde durch die veränderte Dynamik im Kunstmarkt nötig, die vor allem die angestammten Sammelgebiete der COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN betrifft. ART + OBJECT greift 2022 Strömungen, Epochen und Disziplinen auf, die bisher nicht auf der ART COLOGNE zu sehen waren, und setzt sie in Verbindung mit der Kunst des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts. Im Fokus sollen Design, Objekte aus der Antike, Alte Meister und außereuropäische Kunst stehen. Dafür werden ca. 20 spezialisierte Händler und Galerien gezielt angesprochen und eingeladen, unabhängig vom Zulassungsverfahren der ART COLOGNE. Messedirektor Daniel Hug kann dabei auf die Expertise des Designspezialisten Sebastian Jacobi zurückgreifen, der als Berater und Kurator fungiert. Wir freuen uns darauf Sie vom 16. bis 20. November 2022 wieder begrüßen zu dürfen!
How did you get through this Blue Monday? Let us add some COLOR to your day with this snapshot of our 2021 edition where Brutto Gusto made a perfect match between the ceramic work of Johannes Nagel and the 'Farbensammler / colour collector' paintings by Piotr Nathan. The gallery has just opened a new exhibition in Berlin. Recent and other work by Guido Sengele can be seen here until March, 19th, 2022.
Have you ever seen the Dreikönigsschrein (Shrine of the Three Kings) in the Cologne Cathedral? Today is Dreikönigsfest or Epiphany. To mark this day we share a detail of the large gilded and decorated triple sarcophagus which can be seen above and behind the high altar in the @KöKölner Dom - die offizielle Seite. It is alleged to hold the bones of the Biblical Magi, also known as the Three Kings. Built approximately from 1180 to 1225, the shrine is considered the high point of Mosan art and the largest reliquary in the Western world. Its basic structure is made of wood, with gold and silver overlay decorated with filigree, enamel, and over 1,000 jewels and beads. Parts were designed by the famous medieval goldsmith Nicholas of Verdun (ca. 1130 – ca. 1205). The shrine was considered to be so marvellous that Cologne cathedral rebuilt its structure in 1248 in order to provide a more grand setting. Photo: Kölner Dom
Together we will dance into the future! COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN wishes you all a wonderful evening and a Happy and Healthy New Year. To celebrate this new beginning we share a vivid futuristic pastel by the French master Felix Del Marle, Trémoutarde, Rythme (1889 - 1952), which was presented by Martin Doustar. The present work of 1912-1915 comes from a group of four early works on paper acquired directly from the artist between the two wars, and remained in the same collection by inheritance untill 2020.Two other works were acquired the same year by the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris. Inspired by a silent short movie directed by French filmmaker Georges Monca in 1908 and released in 1915, the present work epitomizes the fascination of Félix Del Marle for the modern city life, through the colourful depiction of a woman dancing 'la Trémoutarde' in his distinctive futuristic style. Del Marle moved to Paris in 1912, sharing a studio with Guillaume Apollinaire and Gino Severini. In 1913, he joined the futuristic movement initiated in Italy by his fellows Marinetti and Boccioni.
One of the showstoppers at COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN this past year in the booth of Guelfucci Gallery Berlin and Bermel von Luxburg Gallery... ‘Gold Baby Grant’ is a fusion product of Art Deco’s foremost designer Jacques Emile Ruhlmann (1879 – 1933) and unsurpassed piano builder Ignace Pleyel (1757 – 1831). Ruhlmann, a specialty of Guelfucci Gallery, designed the case. The piano itself comes from Pleyel’s design. ‘Pleyel et Cie’ provided amongst others for Frédéric Chopin, who considered Pleyel piano’s to be ‘non plus ultra’. The grand piano’s extremely fine craftsmanship of both designers is newly restored to perfection, whilst maintaining the originality. The original hammers give a most beautiful sound, as some of our fair visitors might remember... Image: Grand piano by Ignace Pleyel, case by Emil-Jaques Ruhlmann, Pleyer Grand Piano ‘Gold Baby Grant’, 1929. Bronze, ebony, gold leaf, macassar, rosewood, appliqué, fired, polished, height 108 cm, width 160 cm, length 190 cm. @guelfucci_gallery
The team of COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN wishes you a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year! What is your most favourite Christmas dish? This large still life with fruits, vegetables and a pheasant on a plinth was painted in Paris by Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os in 1836-1837. It is known that the artist sold two paintings of considerable size – a still life dedicated to hunting and a still life with fruits – to King Willem II of the Netherlands in 1837. One painting ended up in the Pescatore Collection in 1850, and is dated 1836-37. This collection was subsequently donated to the city of Luxemburg. The present painting is part of the collection of Kollenburg Antiquairs.
Contemporary applied art was well presented at the latest COLOGNE FINE ART & DESIGN edition. Galerie Rosemarie Jäger showed this exceptional Tray with spoon and cups, 2019, designed and made by Juliane Schölß (1977). Work by this awarded silversmith, who lives and works in Nuremberg, is also part of the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Danner-Stiftung in Munich. Our catalogue includes many more artworks of the latest edition. Go and see at https://www.colognefineart.de/ Image: Julis Schölß, Tray with spoon and cups, 2019. Mounted, 925 silver, and blackened iron, diameter 30 cm, height 9.5 cm