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The inspirational combination of eras and styles, the steady increase in quality and the open, elegant ambience: With a clear concept, Cologne Fine Art & Antiques has re-established itself in recent years as the leading trade fair for the art world.


<ul><li><p>Modern ArtApplied ArtWorks on PaperOld MastersDesign</p><p>Koelnmesse GmbH</p><p>Messeplatz 1</p><p>50679 Kln, Germany</p><p></p><p>GB P</p><p>rinted</p><p> in G</p><p>erman</p><p>y 3.201</p><p>2</p><p>Further information can be found</p></li><li><p>Moderne KunstAngewandte KunstArbeiten auf PapierAlte KunstDesign</p><p>Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter</p><p>Koelnmesse GmbH</p><p>Messeplatz 1</p><p>50679 Kln</p><p></p><p>D Printed in G</p><p>erman</p><p>y 3.201</p><p>2</p></li><li><p>Successful crossover of styles and erasThe inspirational combination of eras and styles, the steady increase in quality </p><p>and the open, elegant ambience: With a clear concept, Cologne Fine Art &amp; </p><p>Antiques has re-established itself in recent years as the leading trade fair for the </p><p>art world. Year after year, there has been an increasing number of traditional </p><p>dealers returning, while the surfacing of new names is further enriching the </p><p>event. Covering a broad spectrum of content and facilitating the crossover of </p><p>modern art, the ancient masters, applied art, design and work on paper, the </p><p>Cologne Fine Art &amp; Antiques is no longer just an event for Germany. The pre-</p><p>miere of the segment Working on paper has been positively received across </p><p>the board: successfully expanding on what is already offered.</p><p>At Cologne Fine Art &amp; Antiques 2011, exhibitors met with an exceptionally knowl-</p><p>edgeable public, eager to make well-funded investments. The younger collectors, </p><p>in particular, were attracted to the extraordinary mixture in the halls. The prod-</p><p>ucts and services on offer, broadening the horizons of many an aficionado, were </p><p>well received by many collectors. The exhibitors reported good sales in all art and </p><p>price segments.</p><p>Cologne Fine Art &amp; Antiques 2012 will continue to build on its previous successes. </p><p>Many of the regular exhibitors, as well as those returning or attending for the first </p><p>time, have already confirmed their wish to participate. </p><p>Do you want to benefit from this excellent platform, to present your high-quality </p><p>products or services to both new and existing customers? You are more than </p><p>welcome to join us in Cologne!</p></li><li><p> Dobler</p></li><li><p>Impressive connections between a variety </p><p>of art forms COFAA delivers time and </p><p>time again. You can find ideas that go </p><p>beyond standard expectations in every </p><p>department and price segment. </p><p>Handelsblatt, 18 November 2011</p></li><li><p>The exquisite selection of art on offer </p><p>ranges from Classical Antiquity to the modern </p><p>age. Clever placing of neighbouring stands </p><p>and the use of joint exhibitions ensures </p><p>for encounters between different cultures </p><p>and eras.</p><p>Informationsdienst Kunst, 24 November 2011</p></li><li><p> Dierking/Landau</p></li><li><p> Kirbach</p></li><li><p> Arnoldi-Livie</p></li><li><p>The Cologne Fine Art &amp; Antiques fair has </p><p>created a new section for Works on Paper. </p><p>As well as the consistently high quality of </p><p>the exhibits, the particular highlight of this </p><p>space is the immediate proximity of Old </p><p>Masters and large-format contemporary art.</p><p>Handelsblatt, 18 November 2011</p></li><li><p>An elegant, open art space is on offer here </p><p>far from being a mini-TEFAF, COFAA proves </p><p>to be an arts fair in its own right. Focal points </p><p>are: paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries; </p><p>antique and contemporary furniture and handi-</p><p>crafts; silverware and china; art from outside </p><p>Europe; and contemporary design. </p><p>FAZ, 19 November 2011</p></li><li><p> Melsheimer/Vignold</p></li><li><p> Krmmer/Schlapka</p></li><li><p>There was a very elegant lustre to Cologne </p><p>Fine Art &amp; Antiques. And thats always a </p><p>good sign for a trade fair. COFAA intends to </p><p>overcome the imaginary divide between old </p><p>and modern art and there can be no doubt </p><p>it succeeded with its range of exhibits from </p><p>luxury Asian art through to contemporary </p><p>design.</p><p>, 15 November 2011</p></li><li><p> Setareh</p></li><li><p> Scheibler/Weber </p></li><li><p> Benden/Ghezelbash </p></li><li><p>And it is this crossover that in turn will </p><p>ensure the success of the fair.</p><p>Informationsdienst Kunst, 24 November 2011</p></li><li><p> Hirschberg/Simonis/Woerner </p></li><li><p>Will Cologne succeed in returning to its old </p><p>glory? The Cologne Fine Art &amp; Antiques is </p><p>certainly playing its part, at any rate: with </p><p>generational leaps, solidity and a lavish </p><p>atmosphere. The crossover of eras from </p><p>the Iron Age to the eighties attracts a </p><p>wide audience thereby even rivalling the </p><p>competitors in Paris and London.</p><p>, 16 November 2011</p></li><li><p> Gierhards</p></li><li><p> Helmrinderknecht</p><p>120305COFA12_Imagebr_Umschlag_EN - Kopie.pdfx_COFA_DE_GES - Kopie.pdf120305COFA12_Imagebr_Umschlag - KopieLogox_120305COFA12_ImagebroschreD</p></li></ul>