C.A.R. PHOTO/MEDIA

Contemporary Art Ruhr (C.A.R.) has been first launched in 2006. It intends to establish a strong regional art market for the Ruhr and its more than 5.3 million residents. Ever since its founding, C.A.R. has consistently re-invented itself, with new partners and participants joining every year as well as new participants from other European countries to make the fair more international.This long-running event holds two different fairs. First, there is the PHOTO/MEDIA ART FAIR in Spring time dedicated to photography and visual arts. Second, there is autumn the C.A.R. INNOVATIVE FAIR for all kinds of contemporary art. Both take place in the iconic Zollverein Unesco World Heritage Site, in Essen, nearby Düsseldorf which holds Art Dusseldorf. Contemporary Art Ruhr is very popular. Indeed collectors, art professionals and art enthusiasts gather to enjoy high-quality artwork and discover fresh affordable pieces. Above all C.A.R. is renowned for its good-natured atmosphere that encourage people to meet and share ideas.

C.A.R. PHOTO/ MEDIA 2023

Location

World Cultural Heritage Site Zollverein XII
Gelsenkirchener Strasse 209
45309 Essen
Germany

Dates

10 – 13 May 2023

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA

Mediums

Photography

Art Periods

Contemporary

Contact

mail@contemporaryartruhr.de
+49.201.5646.500
Website

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