Cologne Fine Art & Design

Launched in 1970, Cologne Fine Art & Design is a highly regarded art fair. It showcases artwork from ancient times right up to modern day pieces. Pieces are exhibited by leading international galleries from around the globe. It thus attracts an experienced and knowledgeable audience. The fair gathers indeed seasoned buyers, museum curators, journalists, art professionals and any kind of art lovers. Each item is selected and carefully vetted for authenticity so collectors can buy in confidence. The range of artworks on offer is huge. It includes for instance the finest paintings, furniture, jewellery, tribal art, Asian pieces, silver, glassware, contemporary art and urban pieces. Held in November each year, the fair aims to provide inspiration to young collectors and experienced buyers who are looking for something new. The fair is manage by the same group than the very popular Art Cologne, which takes place in April.

Cologne Fine Art & Design 2022


Messepl. 1
50679 Köln


16 November: 12pm – 8pm (Preview)
17 November: 11am – 7pm (Vernissage)
17-19 November: 11am – 7pm
20 November: 11am – 6pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: €18
Reduced Rate: €13
Vernissage Ticket: €35
Children under 12: Free



Art Periods


+49 1806 018 550


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