Winner of 2000 Art Cologne Prize Announced
COLOGNE, Germany--The year's Art Cologne Prize has been awarded to Johannes Cladders. The prize is awarded by art fair organizers KolnMesse and the Federal Association of Galleries and Art Publishers, co-sponsors of Art Cologne. The prize will be presented at the opening of the show, which takes place Nov. 5-12.
Cladders' career in the museum world spans almost 30 years. As director of the Stadtisches Museum in Monchengladbach, he was not able to rely on the type of funding available to large public institutions but his discriminating judgement has been responsible for making modern art history, according to fair organizers.
It was Cladders who started Joseph Beuys …
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