News 2019-07-12 cat_news News / 12-Jul-2019 The application process for art KARLSRUHE 2020 is open now! he registration for art KARLSRUHE 2020 is open now! The application process for galleries is open until 9 September 2019. Please find the registration here! more 2019-06-24 cat_news News / 24-Jun-2019 art KARLSRUHE continues Germany Tour! This spring, the series of "art brunches" continued successfully. Exhibitors and those who might want to join them met in the Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg in Berlin and in the Kunstpalast Düsseldorf. more 2018-10-12 cat_news News / 12-Oct-2018 art KARLSRUHE ticketshop has opened Buy your online ticket at a reduced fare! more Save time: with your online ticket, you can go directly to the entrances of the halls and you do not need to queue up in front of the cashiers’ windows!Furthermore, you can book your guided tour: Treat yourself to an hour-long guided tour of the fair to get an insight into the wide variety of artistic positions. We will take you to renowned galleries featuring the most famous artists of classical modernism and show you the latest in contemporary art. 2018-07-09 cat_news News / 09-Jul-2018 Important! Application deadline is September 10, 2018 Interested galleries can apply for a stand at the 16th art KARLSRUHE until September 10 , 2018, before the advisory board meets at the end of September. more Here you will find the application documents and all the necessary information at a glance cat_news News / Art brunches make Appétit to art KARLSRUHE 2019 The spring after the art fair started with two successful meetings for exhibitors and interested parties of art KARSLRUHE, the "art Brunch", in the Lenbachhaus in Munich and in the state representation Baden-Württemberg in Berlin. more Karlheinz Schmid, author and publisher of the KUNSTZEITUNG, considered this year's trade fair in a dialogue with curator Ewald Karl Schrade and offered a preview of the 16th edition in February 2019.Numerous artists, gallerists, collectors, critics, museum people and other industry experts make use of the direct exchange around the renowned art fair in a relaxed, early summer atmosphere. cat_news News / Solo exhibition for Joana Vasconcelos Joana Vasconcelos is Portugal's best known contemporary artist and is currently being celebrated with a solo exhibition at the Guggenheim in Bilbao. more n February she also convinced the expert jury at art KARLSRUHE and received the first Loth Sculpture Area Prize - sponsored by L-Bank. "The prizewinner is a modern, young artist who has made the theme of women her subject," emphasized Alexander Heil, jury member and estate administrator Wilhelm Loths. cat_news News / Successful cooperation will be continued! For the upcoming art KARLSRUHE you can look forward to multi-faceted, exciting guided tours of the art fair organized by our partner gcc culture consulting , led by Nicole Reber. more The successful cooperation is existing since 2014. Year after year, Ms. Reber and her team of professional experts impress visitors to the trade fair highlights. For the coming year, she is already working on new tour highlights. So stay tuned and look forward to art KARLSRUHE 2019.Here you can find the contact for individual inquiries about foreign language, group and private tours and the actual guided tours programme in time before the fair. cat_news News / Application deadline for the Museum Mile is October 15, 2018 Until 15 October 2018, interested museums and institutions can apply for a stand within the Museum Mile at the 16th art KARLSRUHE. Here you will find the application documents and all the necessary information at a glance more cat_news News / Sarah Moon bei Galerie Persiehl & Heine Feature more cat_news News / Toni Stegmayer bei Galerie Straihammer und Seidenschwann Feature more Toni Stegmayer, Bogen, 2018, Stein (Muschelkalk), 123 x 43 x 18 cm (H x B x T). Eine weitere Galerie aus Wien – die Galerie Straihammer und Seidenschwann – gehört zu den insgesamt 35 internationalen Galerien in diesem Jahr. Straihammer und Seidenschwann bringen u. a. den Bildhauer Toni Stegmayer mit, der durch gezielt gesetzte Schnitte und kontrollierte Brüche im Material die Massivität von Steinkuben beugt und sie aus der statischen Balance zu bringen scheint. Hier: Toni Stegmayer, Bogen, 2018, Stein (Muschelkalk), 123 x 43 x 18 cm (H x B x T).