Art Rotterdam attracts 26.500 visitors
The trade fair for the ‘young’ art, Art Rotterdam, in the five days that the fair was held 26.500 art lovers and professionals from home and abroad drawn. This is the number on the level of last year.
According to the organization Sunday also were selling very well this year.
So sold Grimm Gallery, a 2.5-metre-high sculpture by the artist Matthew Day Jackson to ING.
C & H Gallery sold all of the kinetic artworks in his state of the artist Zoro Feigl, including two works to the Museum Voorlinden of art collector Joop van Caldenborgh, a work to an American collector and several works on the Dutch private and corporate collections.
According to Fons Hof, the director of the fair, the “contemporary art market is clearly in an ascending line. icularly striking is how active the corporate collections back in the market”.
In the Van nelle factory in Rotterdam showed 125 art galleries, the work of contemporary, often very young artists. In the old distribution center was also the work of sixty artists who in 2015 will have a stimuleringspremie received from the Mondriaanfonds. Also, there was a videokunstafdeling on this eighteenth episode of the exchange.