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13 Jul 2010

15th ART Innsbruck - call for applications

15th ART international fair for contemporary art innsbruck
Johanna Penz / ART Innsbruck


For the anniversary of the 15th ART Innsbruck we'll grant this unique discount of 15% on the booth price when registering until 15th July 2010 The 15th ART Innsbruck will take place from 3rd to 6th February 2011 Over 4000 visitors at the open evening, 13000 visitors to the exhibition

Johanna Penz

ART Innsbruck
Gutenbergstraße 3
6020 Innsbruck

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15th ART international fair for contemporary art INNSBRUCK

The ART Innsbruck has established itself in an area, a corner between four countries, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Italy as a serious centre for the exhibition of art, and will always be a major regional and international art event.

The previous ART Innsbruck was - also in times like these or maybe that's why - very successful. The concept for this success was to acquaint a bride audience top-class contemporary art following the device „art for beginners and collectors and this concept proved itself again.

Date: 3 - 6 february 2011

Location: fair Innsbruck, hall 4, south entry, ing-etzel-straße

For the 15th anniversary we'll grant a 15% discount on the booth price when registering until 15th July 2010

Get this unique price advantage - only for short time!

Presented will be international fine art of the 20/21st century, mainly after 1960 - paintings, works on paper, original graphics, sculptures, editions – limited, signed, numbered, photography, new mediums

Galleries and art dealers from 8 – 10 nations

Particular emphasis 2011:
paintings, photography after 1960

Curated special exhibition 'Young Art'

Seminars about 'Art investment' and 'Conservation of value'

Special lectures/Speeches

With the ART Innsbruck you'll find an ideal platform and a precise art-interested public, who is willing to spend their money on a high-class gallery programme.