Satisfied exhibitors and happy visitors
photo: Jürgen Rösner | KMK
Be it painting or sculpture, drawing, graphic prints, multiples or photography: Covering an area of roughly 35,000 m2, a clearly structured, graceful architectural landscape of art is being created to encourage intensive examination, concentrated discussion and relaxing shopping. With numerous one-artist shows and generous sculpture zones and numerous resting areas, you will have plenty of opportunity to get an overview and relax as you walk around the halls and as you transition from seeing to collecting.
Secure artistic positions are deliberately balanced against the latest in artistic experimentation, giving the fair that element of excitement.
photo by Jürgen Rösner | KMK
The clear layout also helps distinguish the halls from each other thematically. In Hall 1 you will find an emphasis on photography and original editions, Halls 2 and 3 concentrate purely on painting and sculpture, whilst contemporary art 21 has its very own space in Hall 4 (the dm-arena).
The atmosphere at the fair is not only characterised by the halls being bathed in light and the architectural standscape designed especially for the fair by the curator, but first and foremost by the familiar and happy atmosphere. Far from the normal turmoil of art fairs, this fair is the perfect setting for artists, gallery owners and art lovers to meet on a level playing field and engage in intensive dialogue.