The Galerie Konrad Fischer is a contemporary art gallery that was founded in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1967 by Konrad Fischer. The gallery has played an important role in the development of minimalism and conceptual art, and represents several prominent artists associated with these movements, including Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, and Bruce Nauman.

The gallery's focus is on presenting innovative, cutting-edge work that challenges and expands the boundaries of art. The gallery has also been instrumental in bringing contemporary American art to Europe, and many of the artists represented by the gallery have become internationally recognized as some of the most significant figures in modern and contemporary art.

One interesting fact about the Galerie Konrad Fischer is that it was the first gallery to present a solo exhibition of the work of the minimalist sculptor Donald Judd in Europe, which took place in 1968. The gallery has also been known for its collaborative relationships with artists, and has often worked closely with them to develop and realize new projects and exhibitions. Another interesting fact is that the gallery has opened additional locations in Berlin and Düsseldorf to expand its reach and continue to support and promote contemporary art.

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  • Location
  • Cologne
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.0