ART DÜSSELDORF 2020
At Art Düsseldorf 2020, from November 13 to 15, around 100 established as well as young, regional and international galleries will show contemporary art in the spacious and light-flooded halls of Areal Böhler in Düsseldorf. Complemented by a selected presentation of significant large-scale sculptural projects, the fair positions itself in the region and in Europe as an art fair with international appeal and quality. Art Düsseldorf will open its doors again on November 12, 2020, with an exclusive preview in the halls of Areal Böhler for a professional audience of internationally renowned collectors, top-class institutions and curators as well as specialized art lovers.
As a fair for the most significant developments in contemporary art and the latest trends in the art market, Art Düsseldorf benefits from the top-class collector community of North Rhine-Westphalia and the neighboring European countries. Here, Art Düsseldorf reaches almost 90% of all European collectors and, in addition, has expanded its extensive collector’s network within the last three editions in globally active metropolises such as Taipei, Tokyo, New Delhi and Düsseldorf’s international partner cities Warsaw and Chongqing.
THREE SUCCESSFUL EDITIONS
With over 40,000 visitors a year and excellent feedback from gallery owners, curators and collectors on an open and outstanding fair experience, Art Düsseldorf has successfully established its strong profile as a fair for contemporary art. In this year’s fourth edition, Art Düsseldorf once again provides an essential overview of the most important developments of art-historically relevant positions and artistic discourses of the 21st century.
AN EXCEPTIONAL VENUE
With Areal Böhler in Düsseldorf, a former steel factory complex in a prime location, the fair has chosen an unusual and unconventional exhibition venue ideally suited for the presentation of art. Here, the clear layout of the hall area provides in its openness a unique environment for the experience of contemporary art. As a platform for the exhibition of first-class art objects and ambitious young displays, Areal Böhler thus creates a unique context for experiencing current trends in the art market, which, in symbiosis with its history of a regional industrial culture, challenges the perception of artistic positions and works.