NADA and Art Cologne’s COLLABORATIONS Sector Releases Lineup


On Wednesday the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) and Art Cologne announced the roster of galleries that will participate in COLLABORATIONS, their experimental new section at the April fair in which each booth is either shared by two galleries, or manned by one gallery presenting a collaboration between two artists. The lineup of participants features 35 galleries hailing from the U.S. and Europe, plus one participant each from Japan (Tokyo’s Nanzuka) and Australia (Melbourne’s Neon Parc).

The list of participants and pairings in COLLABORATIONS features:

401 Contemporary, Berlin
, London + Tatjana Pieters, Gent
Bischoff Projects
, Frankfurt + Natalia Hug Gallery, Cologne
Thomas Brambilla
, Bergamo + Jan Kaps, Cologne
Ellen de
Bruijne, Amsterdam
Callicoon Fine Arts
, New York + Christian Lethert, Cologne
Shane Campbell
, Chicago
, New York + Jack Hanley, New York
Capitain Petzel
, Berlin
Choi & Lager
, Cologne + Thomas Schulte, Berlin
Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago
, Athens/Thessaloniki
Krome, Berlin
Tanya Leighton
, Berlin + Off Vendome, Dusseldorf
Max Mayer, Dusseldorf + Supportico Lopez, Berlin
Nanzuka, Tokyo + Warhus Rittershaus, Cologne
Neon Parc
, Melbourne
Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt + Société, Berlin
Thomas Rehbein, Cologne + Stalke, Copenhagen
Salon 94, New York + Henrik Springmann, Berlin
Stigter van Doesburg
, Amsterdam

COLLABORATIONS will be located in Hall 11 of the Koelnmesse GmbH. It runs concurrent with Art Cologne, April 10-13, 2014, with a preview on April 9.

— Benjamin Sutton (@bhsutton)

(Photo via Art Cologne/Facebook.)

The Hole, New York + V1, Copenhagen