The special exhibitions at art KARLSRUHE 2019 include a private collection (further information will follow shortly) and the special show of graphic prints.

"private collection 2019"

art KARLSRUHE feels a special commitment to the private collecting of art and to encouraging people to become art collectors. This is why the Advisory Board and the curator annually stage a special exhibit that puts a private art collection into the limelight. Many great collections have been guests at art KARLSRUHE in the past: for example, the Würth Collection, the Frieder Burda Collection, the Gunter Sachs Collection, the Schaufler Collection or the Marli Hoppe-Ritter Collection, to name only a few.

Special Show: Graphic Prints

Special Show: Graphic Prints

Almost every collector reports that his or her first pieces were graphic prints, so the fair also follows this trail and devotes a special show to graphic prints in Hall 1.

Special Shows

  • L’Amour fou pour l’Art – Insights into the Frieder Burda Collection
  • Special Show of Graphic Prints – curated contributions from the exhibitors’ programme
  • art KARLSRUHE-Collection – Ten Years of the art KARLSRUHE-Prize

  • Tomi Ungerer - Würth Collection
  • Special Show of Graphic Prints – curated contributions from the exhibitors’ programme
  • Retour de Paris

  • Ernst Ludwig Krichner – The Painter as Photographer, Kirchner Museum Davos
  • André Evard – Pioneer of Concrete Art, messmer foundation

  • “Some like it cool” SCHAUWERK Sindelfingen, Schaufler Collection
  • PHOTO ART BUDAPEST: Hungarian National Museum and Robert Capa Center + two Hungarian galleries (INDA and Varfok)

  • Kunsthalle Emden, Nannen Collection
  • Special show “rosalie” (Events Hall and dm-arena)

  • Photographs by Gisèle Freund from the Marita Ruiter Collection, Luxemburg

  • Pop Art from the Gunther Sachs Collection
  • Marli Hoppe-Ritter Collection / Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch

  • “Fashion – Nine Decades of Fashion Photography” from the collection of “Camera Work” Berlin
  • “Permanent Trouble” – contemporary art from the Kopp Collection, Munich

  • Contemporary South African art from private collections: Dr. Sello Rathete Collection and Daimler Art Collection
  • “Looping Memories” – works from a Swiss collection of video art: Carola and Günther Ketterer-Ertle Collection

  • The photo collection of Arthur de Ganay

  • Sharja – Cultural Capital of the United Arab Emirates

  • Selinka Collection: Artists of the COBRA Group from the Gudrun and Peter Selinka Collection
  • Rik Reinking Collection

  • Falckenberg Collection

  • Fine Art Faculty Kabul
  • Morat – Institute for Art and Aesthetics

  • “Art after 1945” – the Hurrle Collection at art KARLSRUHE
  • MOMAK – Museum of Modern Art Kabul

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