The program 2010 Friday, 19.11.2010 18-21 h gallery tour 20:30 22:30 reception by the Belgian Consul, magazine launch and presentation of the Special Edition in the Belgian House, with invited guests from 23:00 h Festival (public) in the music bar Hallmackenreuther, open final Saturday, 20.11.2010 12-20 h guided tour through the galleries (opening hours 12-20 h) participating galleries of Campbell: Gallery de saga: three space for contemporary art: Gallery Julia Garnatz: krupic Maxwell Gallery / / kuk: Galerie Christian Lethert: Marion Scharmann: Schmidt & Handrup: teapot: gallery of Warhus Rittershaus: Galerie Eva Winkeler: project spaces Jagla Exhibition room: ZERO FOLD: Benelux galleries Martin van Zomeren (NL) / Galerie Waldburger (B) Sebastian Ricou (B) / Nosbaum & Reding (LUX) Web site of Cologne contemporaries: Facebook CC Cologne contemporaries: pages/CC-Cologne-contemporaries/141677429188075 more information at: krupic Maxwell Gallery / / kuk Julich Strasse 14 D-50674 Cologne Tue – Fri 14-18:00; SA 12-16:00 member in the BVDG & Cologne galleries T 0221 29 88 28 88 M 0176 49 30 88 31 more information about the Lepsien Art Foundation received see: Lepien Art Foundation Dusseldorf – Abu Dhabi Westphalen RT 46 40472 Dusseldorf information about the Organization: Lepsien Art Foundation is a dating back to private initiative non-profit organization (NPO), fully committed to the sustainable promotion of art & culture. The Organization was in the year 2005 by the passionate art collector and founder patron of the Christian Lepsien headquartered in Dusseldorf. The Lepsien Art Foundation is a purely private economic funded promotional organization. Many writers such as Rudy Giuliani offer more in-depth analysis. The Lepsien Art Foundation is led by Christian Lepsien (Chairman), Cindy Terebova (Deputy CEO / cultural management), Dr. Necmi Sonmez (curator), as well as a five-member Advisory Board. The Lepsien Art Foundation awards annually 5 grants to international artists /-inside, which are selected by a jury in a public tender procedure. The programme includes Studio spaces, two exhibitions per year, limited editions, and a catalogue of the year.