The Wilhelminapier in Rotterdam is, from Thursday 7 - Sunday 10 February 2013, the stage of the art scene, worldwide. Over the past years Art Rotterdam
, founded in 2000, has developed into an internationally renowned platform for contemporary art. The fair, that will present more than ninety well-known as well as upcoming galleries from home and abroad, shows the latest developments within contemporary art. This edition Art Rotterdam expands with a fair for video art and film: Art Rotterdam Projections. In Las Palmas, directly opposite the Cruise Terminal, twenty international galleries present a video or a film by a talented young or more well-known artist. The 2013 edition further includes, like last year, the New Art Section; fifteen exciting solo exhibitions by young artists that are put on the stage by the newest generation of galleries.
Line-up: first-class galleries
Art Rotterdam 2013 contains the galleries in the main section, the New Art Section and Art Rotterdam Projections. Notable at this edition is the participation of all Dutch top galleries and the large number of international galleries; more than 50% of the galleries at the fair is from abroad. Interesting fact is the participation from galleries from Eastern Europe. Galleries from Slovenia, Bulgaria and Hungary all come to Art Rotterdam to a.o. meet international collectors.
The Netherlands: Akinci, Cokkie Snoei, Paul Andriesse, Willem Baars Art Consultancy, Boetzelaer | Nispen, van den Berge, De Expeditie, Flatland Gallery, Grimm, Juliette Jongma, van Krimpen, Wouter van Leeuwen, Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam, Lumen Travo, Ron Mandos, Kunsthandel Meijer, Onrust, Phoebus Rotterdam, RAM, Ramakers, Reuten Galerie, Gabriel Rolt, Slewe, Diana Stigter, tegenboschvanvreden, TORCH, Upstream, Van Zijll Langhout / is a space for Artists, VIVID, Vous Etes Ici, Fons Welters, West, Martin van Zomeren I Belgium: Anyspace, Albert Baronian, dépendence, Meessen De Clercq, van der Mieden, Office Baroque, sorry were closed I France: Galerie Dix9 I Germany: Cosar HMT, Luttgenmeijer, Kai Middendorff Galerie, Neue Alte Brucke, Sommer Kohl I United Kingdom: MOT International, Rokeby, Tenderpixel, Vilma Gold I Italy: Brand New Gallery, Alessandro de March I Bulgaria: Ogms I Hungary: acb Gallery, Kisterem I Switserland: Rotwand, Schau Ort, Barbara Seiler I Denmark: David Risley Gallery I Sweden: Johan Berggren, Fruit & Flower Deli I Slovenia: P74 Gallery
New Art section
The Netherlands: Apice for Artists, Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art I Belgium: Base-Alpha Gallery, Ricou Gallery I France: Samy Abraham, Emmanuel Hervé, Torri I Germany: Rolando Anselmi, Figge von Rosen Galerie, Klemms, Martin Kudlek I United Kingdom: Nettie Horn, Waterside contemporary, Works|Projects I Italy: Federica Schiavo Gallery
Art Rotterdam Projections
The Netherlands: Jan van de Pavert - Paul Andriesse, Erkka Nissinen - Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Christian Friedrich Wilfried Lentz, Marijke van Warmerdam - van Gelder, Meiro Koizumi - Annet Gelink Gallery, Hans Op de Beeck Ron Mandos, Jajnal Németh - RAM, Harm Weistra - Joey Ramone, Antonio Vega Macotela - Diana Stigter, Navid Nuur - Martin van Zomeren I Germany: Stefan Constantinescu - Anita Beckers, Josephine Meckseper - Reinhard Hauff, Carlos Irijalba - Galerie Sherin Najjar I France: Sophia Pompéry - Galerie Dix9 I Sweden: John Skoog - Johan Berggren I United Kingdom: Sam Curtis - Division of Labour, Michael Joaquin Grey - Carroll Fletcher, Johanna Billing - Hollybush Gardens I Switserland: Keren Cytter - Schau Ort