darek kondefer (hermit)
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Pour on us your poison to refresh us!
Oh, this fire so burns our brains, we would
Dive to the depths of the gulf, Heaven or Hell, what matter?
If only to find in the depths of the Unknown the New!

Les Fleurs du mal Charles Baudelaire

Russell Crowe Is Auctioning Off His Art Collection in a Post-Marriage Sale Called ‘The Art of the Divorce’

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Sotheby’s Posts $118.8 M. Net Income for 2017, 60 Percent Jump from Previous Year Jim Carrey Tweets His Furious Anti-Republican and Anti-Gun Art + More Must-Read Stories Picasso Mania as “Golden Muse” Lover Portrait Sells for $69.2 Million Before Tate Show Michelle Kuo Appointed Curator of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA A Japanese Collector’s Long-Lost Monet Has Been Rediscovered in the Louvre’s Storage Space Picasso’s $19 Million Erotic Nude With Leering Musketeer Leads Christie’s $208 Million London Sales Carla Acevedo-Yates and Steven Bridges Named Associate Curators at MSU Broad Art Museum

‘Face-Off: Picasso/Condo’ at Sotheby’s, Hong Kong

Crystal Bridges Names Jennifer Padgett Assistant Curator

Sherri Geldin to Step Down as Director Wexner Center for the Arts

Ingleby Gallery Will Move to New Edinburgh Space

David Zwirner Names Harry Scrymgeour a Director of London Space

Peter Gorschlüter Named New Director of Museum Folkwang in Germany

Petition Calls for Beatrix Ruf as Director of Stedelijk Museum

Heritage Auctions Claims Christie’s Snatched Its Purse Experts. Now, the Case Is Going to Court

A Legal Battle Between Sotheby’s and a Dealer Over a Record-Setting Keith Haring Painting Is Headed for Trial

Newfields Director Charles Venable on Why Art Museums as We Know Them Cannot Survive

Andy Warhol's Vintage Rolls-Royce Finds New Owner

Curator Kate? The Duchess of Cambridge Busts Out Her Art History Degree to Organize a Show at the National Portrait Gallery

Seattle Art Fair Names Nato Thompson Artistic Director

SculptureCenter Names Sohrab Mohebbi Curator

President Trump Again Proposes Elimination of NEA and NEH

Christie’s Appoints Jonquil O’Reilly as VP, Head of Sale, Old Master Paintings

Leonardo DiCaprio Just Paid to Give Chris Burden’s ‘Urban Light’ at LACMA an Eco-Friendly Overhaul

Russian Billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev Continues His Epic Legal Crusade Over the ‘Largest Art Fraud in History’

John Lennon Encouraged Yoko Ono’s Sister to Become An Artist. Now, She’s Finally Getting Attention for Her Work

Warhol’s Self-Portraits and Basquiat’s Stretcher Bars Will Lead Christie’s Next Contemporary Sale in London

Pérez Art Museum Miami Names Naiomy Guerrero as Curatorial Fellow

Leonardo DiCaprio Joins Magnus, the App That Promises to Demystify the Art Market, as an Investor and Advisor

Mills and Al Moran Respond to Gallery Partner Aaron Bondaroff’s Resignation

French Art Dealers Demand That Paris Relocate Jeff Koons’s Controversial Flower Sculpture

Art Dealer Aaron Bondaroff Resigns From His Los Angeles Gallery Amid Accusations of Inappropriate Sexual Behavior

Tribeca Gets a New Gallery, Ortuzar Projects, From Former Zwirner Partner

Jeremiah Evarts, Formerly of Sotheby’s, Named Director at New York’s Di Donna Galleries

Amy Galpin Appointed as New Chief Curator of Frost Art Museum FIU

Riding High on Leonardo, Christie’s Revenue Climbed to $6.6 Billion in 2017

Tamara Wootton Forsyth Named Deputy Director of Dallas Museum of Art

Parisian Gallerist Jocelyn Wolff Just Shared 9 Confessions That Will Give Young Art Dealers Hope

Worcester Art Museum Hires Erin R. Corrales-Diaz as Assistant Curator of American Art

Collector Roman Abramovich Listed in U.S. Treasury’s ‘Kremlin Report’

João Ribas to Lead the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art

5 Disruptive Trends Art Galleries Need to Understand If They Want to Survive

Eva González-Sancho and Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk will curate the first edition of Oslo’s biennial.

Art Jameel Will Open New Creative Complex in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in 2019

In a Sign of the Times, Frieze New York No Longer Requires Exhibitors to Have a Physical Gallery Space

Mickalene Thomas and Racquel Chevremont Will Co-Organize VOLTA’s Special Curated Section

Pace Will Open Its Ninth Gallery, in Geneva

João Ribas Named Director of Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art in Portugal

See Inside David Zwirner’s 25th Anniversary Show Spotlighting the Mega-Gallery’s Greatest Artists

Bryan Barcena Named Assistant Curator and Manager of Publications at MOCA Los Angeles

Germany Picks Hungarian Curator Franciska Zólyom to Oversee Its Venice Biennale Pavilion

London’s Hayward Gallery Is Born Again at 50, Celebrating Its Major Revamp With Andreas Gursky Show

Chana Budgazad Sheldon to Direct Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami

Rare Van Gogh sketches on public display for first time in 100 years

The Director of the Beyeler Foundation Promises to Break Its ‘Glass Ceiling’—After Baselitz and Balthus Shows

That Former CIA Officer Suspected of Being a Chinese Informant? He Worked for Christie’s Hong Kong

The $11 Billion Global Auction Market Rebounded 25% Last Year, Says New Report

Although Markus Lüpertz just had his first U.S. retrospective, at the Phillips Collection and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden simultaneously, he may not be the luckiest guy. Artnet News reports that, for the second time in two years, a work has been stolen from the German artist. The missing work this time is Athena, a seven-and-a-half-foot-tall bronze sculpture taken from a foundry.

David Zwirner to Expand Again With a Massive New $50 Million Gallery in Chelsea

Sotheby’s Adds $50 Million Picasso Painting of ‘Golden Muse’ Lover Marie-Thérèse to Sale

Elizabeth Lamb Joins New York’s Company Gallery as Director

The London Gallery Closure Wave Continues as Rokeby Gallery Shutters After 13 Years

Pace Gallery to Open Second Hong Kong Space With Yoshitomo Nara Show During Art Basel

Yusaku Maezawa’s Blockbuster $110.5 Million Basquiat Is Getting Its Own Brooklyn Museum Show

Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Donates 202 Works to Six Museums

Investigators Seize (More) Antiques From Hedge-Fund Billionaire Michael Steinhardt’s Collection

David Zwirner Plans Five-Story Renzo Piano-Designed Chelsea Flagship, Opening in 2020

NADA New York art fair exhibitor list. This March’s fair will convene 100 galleries from 17 countries; 33 of those spaces are first-time exhibitors.

Amid Strained UK-Iran Relations, the British Museum’s Director Takes a Trip to Tehran

Did Paris Overpay $103 Million for the Building That Will House François Pinault’s Art?

Thorsten Sadowsky Named Director of Museum der Moderne Salzburg

From Beyoncé's Pregnancy Photo to Brad Pitt's Foray Into Sculpture, See 2017's Top Celebrity Cameos in the Art World

Art-Fair Economics: Why Small Galleries Do Art Fairs Even When They Don’t Make Money

artnet Asks: Art Dealer Robert Fontaine on the Moment He Realized He Should Stop Painting and Start Selling

The ‘Winner Takes All’ Art Market: 25 Artists Account for Nearly 50% of All Contemporary Auction Sales

London’s Zabludowicz Collection Opens City’s First Dedicated Space to Virtual Reality

COLLECTORS: Fred Bidwell, executive director of FRONT International Triennial; Julia Stoschek, founder of Julia Stoschek Collection; Pamela Joyner, founder of Avid Partners, LLC, trustee of the Art Institute of Chicago and the J. Paul Getty Trust; Jorge Pérez, real estate developer, philanthropist, trustee of the Pérez Art Museum Miami; Adam Lindemann, founder of VENUS galleries; Nicky Wilson, co-founder of Jupiter Artland, Scotland; Robbie Antonio, founder of Revolution Precrafted; Robert Fontaine;

GALLERY: Adams and Ollman, Portland; Air de Paris, Paris; Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm; APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia; Hervé Bize, Nancy; CANADA, New York; Carlos/Ishikawa, London; Chapter NY, New York; Cheim & Read, New York; CLEARING, New York / Brussels; Elizabeth Dee, New York; Delmes & Zander, Cologne; Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; Fleisher/Ollman, Philadelphia; Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Paris; François Ghebaly, Los Angeles; Garth Greenan Gallery, New York; Dan Gunn, Berlin; Ibid Gallery, Los Angeles; The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, New York; JTT, New York; Jan Kaps, Cologne; Karma, New York; David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles; MAGENTA PLAINS, New York; Marlborough Contemporary, New York / London; Martos Gallery, New York; The Modern Institute, Glasgow; Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne / Berlin; Neue Alte Brücke, Frankfurt; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Maureen Paley, London; Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York; Peres Projects, Berlin; Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich; Ricco/Maresca Gallery, New York; Kerry Schuss, New York; Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York; Sprüth Magers, Berlin / London / LA; STANDARD (Oslo), Oslo; The Sunday Painter, London; Tilton Gallery, New York; Timothy Taylor, New York / London; Travesía Cuatro, Madrid / Guadalajara; Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York; untilthen, Paris; VI, VII, Oslo; White Columns, New York

COLLECTORS: Hans Ulrich Obrist; Christine Macel; Hou Hanru; Yuko Hasegawa; Christine Tohmé; Sharjah Biennial; Koyo Kouoh; Massimiliano Gioni; Beatrix Ruf’s; Roman Abramovich; Haryanto Adikoesoemo; Mohammed Afkhami; Paul Allen; Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen and Marc Andreessen; María Asunción Aramburuzabala; Hélène and Bernard Arnault; Laura and John Arnold; Laurent Asscher; Hans Rasmus Astrup; Candace Carmel Barasch; Maria Arena and William Jr. Bell; Tracey and Bruce R. Berkowitz; Ernesto Bertarelli; Debra and Leon Black; Len Blavatnik; Neil G. Bluhm; Barbara Bluhm-Kaul and Don Kaul; Lauren and Mark Booth; Karen and Christian Boros; Botín Family; Irma and Norman Braman; Udo Brandhorst; Peter M. Brant; Edythe L. and Eli Broad; Estrellita and Daniel Brodsky; James Keith (JK) Brown and Eric Diefenbach; Joop van Caldenborgh; Edouard Carmignac; Pierre Chen; Adrian Cheng; Halit Cingillioglu and Kemal Has Cingillioglu; Ella Fontanals-Cisneros; Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Gustavo A. Cisneros; Alexandra and Steven A. Cohen; Isabel and Agustín Coppel; Eduardo F. Costantini; Dimitris Daskalopoulos; Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz; Eric de Rothschild; Tiqui Atencio Demirdjian; Beth Rudin DeWoody; Lonti Ebers; George Economou; Stefan T. and Gael Neeson Edlis; Carl Gustaf Ehrnrooth; Eisenberg Family; Lawrence J. Ellison; Caryl and Israel Englander; Bridgitt and Bruce Evans; Susan and Leonard Feinstein; Frank J. III Fertitta and Lorenzo Fertitta; Randi and Robert Fisher; Aaron I. Fleischman; Michael C. and Jennifer Rice Forman; Amanda and Glenn R. Fuhrman; Gabriela and Ramiro Garza; Christy and Bill Gautreaux; David Geffen; Yassmin and Sasan Ghandehari; Danny Goldberg; Noam Gottesman; Laurence Graff; Kenneth C. Griffin; Florence and Daniel Guerlain; Agnes Gund; Christine and Andrew Hall; Diane and Bruce Halle; (Prince) Hans-Adam II von und zu Liechtenstein; Janine and J. Tomilson Hill; Marguerite Hoffman; Maja Hoffmann; Frank Huang; Dakis Joannou; Edward “Ned” Johnson III; Pamela J. Joyner and Alfred J. Giuffrida; Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor; Nasser David Khalili; Alison and Peter W. Klein; Jill and Peter Kraus; Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis; Ananda Krishnan; Grażyna Kulczyck; Pierre Lagrange; Guy Laliberté; Barbara and Jon Landau; Steven Latner and Michael Latner; Joseph Lau; Thomas Lau; Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder; Leonard A. Lauder; Liz and Eric Lefkofsky; Petra and Stephen Levin; Barbara and Aaron Levine; Li Lin; Margaret Munzer Loeb and Daniel S. Loeb; Eugenio López Alonso; Jack Ma; Yusaku Maezawa; Maramotti Family; Maurice Marciano; Martin Z. Margulies; Cheech Marin; Donald B. Marron; David Martinez; Susan and Larry Marx; Dimitri Mavrommatis; Raymond J. and Crystal McCrary McGuire; John S. Middleton; Leonid Mikhelson; Julie and Edward J. Minskoff; Victoria and Samuel I. Jr. Newhouse; Niarchos Family; Genny and Selmo Nissenbaum; Takeo Obayashi; Daniel Och; Maja Oeri; Thomas Olbricht; Michael Ovitz; Bernardo Paz; Andrea and José Olympio Pereira; Marsha and Jeffrey Perelman; Ronald O. Perelman; Augusto Perfetti; Amy and John Phelan; François Pinault; Ann and Ron Pizzuti; Sabine and Hasso Plattner; Miuccia and Patrizio Bertelli Prada; Lisa and John Pritzker; Penny and Bryan Traubert Pritzker; Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi; Qiao Zhibing; Cindy and Howard Rachofsky; Emily and Mitchell Rales; Steven Rales; Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo; Bob Rennie; Louise and Leonard Riggio; Ellen and Michael Ringier; Linnea Conrad Roberts and George Roberts; Aby J. Rosen; Hilary and Wilbur L. Ross Jr.; Rubell Family; Betty and Isaac Rudman; Dmitry Rybolovlev; Joseph Safra; Lily Safra; Elham and Tony Salamé; Nadia and Rajeeb Samdani; Marieke and Pieter Sanders; Vicki and Roger Sant; Louisa Stude Sarofim; Tatsumi Sato; Sheri and Howard Schultz; Helen and Charles Schwab; Marianne and Alan Schwartz; Uli Sigg; Peter Simon; Elizabeth and Frederick Singer; Eric Smidt; Jerry I. and Katherine G. Farley Speyer; Susana and Ricardo Steinbruch; Judy and Michael H. Steinhardt; Gayle and Paul Stoffel; Norah and Norman Stone; Julia Stoschek; Iris and Matthew Strauss; Sylvia and Ulrich Ströher; Brett and Daniel S. Sundheim; Lisa and Steve Tananbaum; Lauren and Benedikt Taschen; Budi Tek; Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani; Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani; David Thomson; Steve Tisch; Anne and Wolfgang Titze; Jane and Robert Toll; Robbi and Bruce E. Toll; Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo; Walter Vanhaerents; Patricia Pearson-Vergez and Juan Vergez; Francesca von Habsburg; Alice Walton; Wang Jianlin; Wang Wei and Liu Yiqian; Wang Zhongjun; Jutta and Siegfried Weishaupt; Alain Wertheimer; Abigail and Leslie H. Wexner; Reinhold Würth; Elaine Wynn; Stephen A. Wynn; Tadashi Yanai; Yang Bin; Anita and Poju Zabludowicz; Jochen Zeitz; Helen and Sam Zell; Dasha Zhukova.

GALLERY: 10 Chancery Lane, Hong Kong; Luis Adelantado, Valencia, Spain; ADN Galeria, Barcelona; A.Gorgi, Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia; Allen, Paris; Martin Asbaek, Copenhagen; Enrico Astuni, Bologna, Italy; Piero Atchugarry, Garzón, Uruguay; Avlskarl, Copenhagen; AYE Gallery, Beijing; Valérie Bach, Brussels; Bank, Shanghai; Albert Baronian, Brussels; Base-Alpha, Antwerp, Belgium; Baton, Seoul; Laurence Bernard, Geneva; Bernier/Eliades, Athens and Brussels; Blain|Southern, London; Thomas Brambilla, Bergamo, Italy; Brand New Gallery, Milan; Brandstrup, Oslo; Braverman, Tel Aviv; Ceysson & Bénétière, Paris, Luxembourg, Saint-Etienne, and New York; Chelouche, Tel Aviv; Choi&Lager, Cologne; Conradi, Hamburg, Germany; Continua, San Gimignano, Les Moulins, Beijing, and Habana; Cøpperfield & Division of Labour, London; Dauwens & Beernaert, Brussels; Patrick De Brock, Knokke, Belgium; Kristof De Clercq, Ghent, Belgium; Dépendance, Brussels; Derouillon, Paris; Lucie Drdova, Prague; Galerie du Jour – Agnès B., Paris; Eric Dupont, Paris; Dürst Britt & Mayhew, the Hague; Eastwards Prospectus, Bucharest; Escougnou-Cetraro, Paris; Exile & Polansky, Berlin and Prague; Imane Farès, Paris; Henrique Faria, New York; Fifty One, Antwerp and New York; Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris; Francisco Fino, Lisbon; Thomas Fischer, Berlin; Flatland, Amsterdam; Fold, London; Forsblom, Helsinki; Gana Art, Seoul; Annie Gentils, Antwerp; Geukens & De Vil, Antwerp and Knokke, Belgium; Habana, La Habana; HDM Gallery, Beijing; Kristin Hjellegjerde, London; The Hole, New York; Hopstreet, Brussels; Xavier Hufken, Brussels; Hunter / Whitfield, London; Jahn und Jahn, Munich; Michael Janssen, Berlin; Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels; Kalfayan, Athens and Thessaloniki, Greece; Krinzinger, Vienna; Kuckei+Kuckei, Berlin; Kusseneers, Brussels; Irène Laub, Brussels and Shanghai; Antoine Laurentin, Brussels and Paris; Dohyang Lee, Paris; Lelong & Co., Paris and New York; L’étrangère, London; Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels; Levy.Delval, Brussels; LMNO, Brussels; Ron Mandos, Amsterdam; Martos, New York; Maruani Mercier, Brussels and Knokke, Belgium; Mario Mauroner, Salzburg, Austria, and Vienna; Mazzoli, Berlin; Greta Meert, Brussels; Meessen De Clercq, Brussels; Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brussels, and New York; Galeria de las Misiones, Montevideo, Uruguay; Mitterand, Paris; MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch, Brussels; Ani Molnár, Budapest; Anne Mosseri-Marlio, Basel; New Art Centre, Salisbury; Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg; Nathalie Obadia, Brussels and Paris; Office Baroque, Brussels; Öktem&Aykut, Istanbul; Oniris – Florent Paumelle, Rennes, France; OV Project, Brussels; Pact, Paris; Parafin, London; Parasian Laundry, Montréal; Tatjana Pieters, Ghent, Belgium; Plus-One, Antwerp, Belgium; Pop/Off/Art, Moscow; Proyectosmonclova, Ciudad de México; Raum mit Licht, Vienna; Almine Rech, Brussels, London, New York, and Paris; (re)D., Antwerp; Michel Rein, Brussels and Paris; Repetto, London; Ronchini, London; Rossicontemporary, Brussels; Sage, Paris; Eduardo Secci, Florence; Barbara Seiler, Zürich; Semiose, Paris; Senda, Barcelona; Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles; Tommy Simoens, Antwerp; Skopia / P.-H. Jaccaud, Geneva; SMAC – Cape Town, Johannesburg and Stellenbosch, South Africa; Filomena Soares, Lisbon; Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels; Pietro Sparta, Chagny, France; Stems, Brussels; Marc Straus, New York; Super Dakota, Brussels; Suzanne Tarasieve, Paris; tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam; Daniel Templon, Paris and Brussels; Tiwani, London; Valerie Traan, Antwerp; Transit, Mechelen, Belgium; Triangle Bleu, Stavelot, Beligum; Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Italy; Steve Turner, Los Angeles; Sofie Van De Velde, Antwerp; Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai; Tim Van Laere, Antwerp; Axel Vervoordt, Wijnegem, Belgium, and Hong Kong; Nadja Vilenne, Liège, Belgium; Waldburger Wouters, Brussels; Wetterling, Stockholm; The White House, Lovenjoel, Belgium; Bryce Wolkowitz, New York; Xippas, Paris, Geneva, and Montevideo, Uruguay; Z2O Sara Zanin, Rome; Zeno X, Antwerp, Belgium; Zidoun-Bossuyt, Luxembourg; Zwart Huis, Brussels and Knokke, Belgium; 313 Art Project (Seoul); 1301PE (Los Angeles); AA|LA Gallery (Los Angeles); Louise Alexander Gallery (Porto Cervo); Altman Siegel Gallery (San Francisco); Peter Blake Gallery (Laguna Beach); Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago); Edward Cella Art & Architecture (Los Angeles); Ceysson & Bénétière (Geneva / Luxembourg / New York / Paris / Saint-Étienne); China Art Objects Galleries (Los Angeles); Club Pro (Los Angeles); Galerie Derouillon (Paris); DOCUMENT (Chicago); Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles); Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran (Montréal); Gallery EXIT (Hong Kong); Henrique Faria (Buenos Aires / New York); Five Car Garage (Santa Monica); Honor Fraser (Los Angeles); Galerie Christophe Gaillard (Paris); Asya Geisberg Gallery (New York); Ghebaly Gallery (Los Angeles); Good Weather (North Little Rock); Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton); Jack Hanley Gallery (New York); The Hole (New York); Ibid Gallery (Los Angeles); Instituto de Visión (Bogotá); Luis De Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles); Kayne Griffin Corcoran (Los Angeles); Lisa Kehler Art + Projects (Winnipeg); Marie Kirkegaard Gallery (Copenhagen); KLOWDEN MANN (Los Angeles); David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles); LAZY Mike (Moscow); Josh Lilley (London); LeBlanc (Chicago); M+B (Los Angeles); Marinaro (New York); Miles McEnery Gallery (New York); Meliksetian | Briggs (Los Angeles); Nino Mier Gallery (Los Angeles); Mixografia (Los Angeles); Shulamit Nazarian (Los Angeles); Nicodim Gallery (Los Angeles / Bucharest); Night Gallery (Los Angeles); Ochi Projects (Los Angeles); ODD ARK•LA (Los Angeles); ONE AND J. Gallery (Seoul); Parisian Laundry (Montréal); Parker Gallery (Los Angeles); Peres Projects (Berlin); The Pit (Los Angeles); The Pit II feat. FriendsWithYou (Los Angeles); Praz-Delavallade (Paris / Los Angeles); Printed Matter (New York); REGARDS (Chicago); Rental Gallery (East Hampton); Revolver Galería (Lima); Reyes Projects (Metro Detroit); Marc Selwyn Fine Art (Los Angeles); SEPTEMBER (Hudson); STARKWHITE (Auckland); Vermelho (São Paulo); Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects (Los Angeles); Vigo Gallery (London); 1335 Mabini (Manila); A+B (Brescia); Achenbach Hagemeier (Dusseldorf); Akinci (Amsterdam); Mikael Andersen (Copenhagen); Arcadia Missa (London); Artelier Contemporary (Graz); Piero Atchugarry (Pueblo Garzón); Guido W. Baudach (Berlin); Berg Contemporary (Reykjavík); Bo Bjerggaard (Copenhagen); Blain | Southern (Berlin); Bolte Lang (Zurich); Isabella Bortolozzi (Berlin); Jean Brolly (Paris); Ben Brown (Hong Kong/London); Daniel Buchholz (Cologne, Berlin); Buchmann Galerie (Berlin); Gisela Capitain (Cologne); Andrea Caratsch (St. Moritz); Charim (Vienna); Clearing (New York); Conrads (Dusseldorf); Cosar HMT (Dusseldorf); Erika Deák (Budapest); Delmes & Zander (Cologne); Deweer (Otegem); Dittrich & Schlechtriem (Berlin); Heinrich Ehrhardt (Madrid); Eigen + Art (Berlin, Leipzig); Thomas Erben (New York); Fiebach, Minninger (Cologne); Filiale (Frankfurt); Konrad Fischer (Dusseldorf); Gagosian (New York, London, Paris, Rome, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong); Gallery On the Move (Tirana); Gillmeier Rech (Berlin); Laurent Godin (Paris); Bärbel Grässlin (Frankfurt); Karsten Greve (Cologne, Paris, St. Moritz); Barbara Gross (Munich); Karin Guenther (Hamburg); Haas (Zurich); Hammelehle und Ahrens (Cologne); Reinhard Hauff (Stuttgart); Hauser & Wirth (Zurich, London, New York, Los Angeles); Häusler Contemporary (Zurich); Jochen Hempel (Leipzig); Max Hetzler (Berlin); Jahn und Jahn (Munich); Michael Janssen (Berlin); Kadel Willborn (Dusseldorf); Mike Karstens (Münster); Kimmerich (Berlin); Kleindienst (Leipzig); Klemm’s (Berlin); Helga Maria Klosterfelde (Berlin); Klüser (Munich); Sabine Knust (Munich); Christine König (Vienna); KÖNIG (Berlin); Eleni Koroneou (Athens); Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (Berlin); Krobath (Vienna); Bernd Kugler (Innsbruck); Lange + Pult (Zurich); Le Guern (Warsaw); Gebr. Lehmann (Dresden); Christian Lethert (Cologne); Lisson Gallery (London); Löhrl (Mönchengladbach); Lullin + Ferrari (Zurich); Lumen Travo (Amsterdam); Gio Marconi (Milan); Martinetz (Cologne); Daniel Marzona (Berlin); Hans Mayer (Dusseldorf); Max Mayer (Dusseldorf); Mirko Mayer (Cologne); Galleria Mazzoli (Modena); Mario Mazzoli (Berlin); Kamel Mennour (Paris); Vera Munro (Hamburg); nächst St. Stephan (Vienna); Nagel Draxler (Cologne, Berlin); Nanzuka (Tokyo); Neon Parc (Melbourne); Neu (Berlin); Carolina Nitsch (New York); Nosbaum & Reding (Luxemburg); Paragon (London); Pearl Lam (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore); Priska Pasquer (Cologne); Giorgio Persano (Turin); Rupert Pfab (Dusseldorf); Jérôme Poggi (Paris); Berthold Pott (Cologne); Produzentengalerie (Hamburg); Project Native Informant (London); Thomas Rehbein (Cologne); Petra Rinck (Dusseldorf); Thaddaeus Ropac (Salzburg, Paris); Philipp von Rosen (Cologne); Nicolaus Ruzicska (Salzburg); Deborah Schamoni (Munich); Brigitte Schenk (Cologne); Esther Schipper (Berlin); Anke Schmidt (Cologne); Schönewald (Dusseldorf); Rüdiger Schöttle (Munich); Sies + Höke (Dusseldorf); Slewe (Amsterdam); Filomena Soares (Lisbon); Sommer Contemporary (Tel Aviv); Sprüth Magers (Berlin, London, Los Angeles); Edition Staeck (Heidelberg); Paul Stolper (London); Walter Storms (Munich); Hans Strelow (Dusseldorf); Jacky Strenz (Frankfurt); Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman (Innsbruck); Wilma Tolksdorf (Frankfurt); Van Horn (Düsseldorf); Vartai (Vilnius); Weiss Falk (Basel); Fons Welters (Amsterdam); Wentrup (Berlin); Michael Werner (Cologne, London, New York); White Cube (London, Hong Kong); Barbara Wien (Berlin); Jocelyn Wolff (Paris); Zahorian + van Espen (Prague); Zilberman (Istanbul); Martin van Zomeren (Amsterdam); David Zwirner (New York, London).; Beck & Eggeling (Dusseldorf); Klaus Benden (Cologne); Boisserée (Cologne); Derda (Berlin); Dierking (Zurich); Döbele (Mannheim); Johannes Faber (Vienna); Fischer Kunsthandel & Edition (Berlin); Klaus Gerrit Friese (Berlin); Hagemeier (Frankfurt); Henze & Ketterer (Wichtrach / Bern); Ernst Hilger (Vienna); Hoffmann (Friedberg); Heinz Holtmann (Cologne); Kanalidarte (Brescia); Koch (Hanover); Konzett (Vienna); Lahumière (Paris); Le Minotaure (Paris); Lelong (Paris); Levy (Hamburg); Lorenzelli Arte (Milan); Ludorff (Dusseldorf); Maulberger (Munich); Moderne (Silkeborg); Georg Nothelfer (Berlin); Margarete Roeder (New York); Thole Rotermund (Hamburg); Ruberl (Vienna); Thomas Salis (Salzburg); Samuelis Baumgarte (Bielefeld); Julian Sander (Cologne); Aurel Scheibler (Berlin); Schlichtenmaier (Grafenau); Michael Schultz (Berlin); Schwarzer (Dusseldorf); Setareh (Dusseldorf); Simoens (Knokke); Florian Sundheimer (Munich); Hollis Taggart (New York); Taguchi Fine Art (Tokyo); Tanit (Munich); Thomas (Munich); Utermann (Dortmund); Valentien (Stuttgart); von Vertes (Zurich); Whitestone (Tokyo, Hong Kong); 22,48 m² (Paris); Alma (Riga); Clages (Cologne); Gisela Clement (Bonn); Conradi (Hamburg); Crèvecoeur (Paris); Drei (Cologne); Eastwards Prospectus (Bucharest); Future (Berlin); Natalia Hug (Cologne); Jan Kaps (Cologne); Kiche (Seoul); Alexander Levy (Berlin); Kai Matsumiya (New York); Maubert (Paris); MIER (Los Angeles); Piktogram (Warsaw); Polansky Gallery (Prague); PPC Philipp Pflug Contemporary (Frankfurt); Ruttkowski;68 (Cologne); Soy Capitán (Berlin); Sperling (Munich); Supplement (London); Supportico Lopez (Berlin); Bene Taschen (Cologne); Rob Tufnell (London, Cologne); Union Pacific (London); Xavierlaboulbenne (Berlin)

CURATORS: Rujeko Hockley; Jane Panetta Will; Alexandre da Cunha; Mami Kataoka; Ralph Rugoff; Liam Gillick; Jay A. Clarke

José Freire

Todd von Ammon