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Adriaan Raemdonck

Adriaan Raemdonck The FEAGA board members would like to thank Adriaan Raemdonck for keeping the spirit of FEAGA and the idea of galleries working together alive. They all propose that he should be named and made honorary president of FEAGA during a ceremony next year in Basel.  Adriaan Raemdonck has been President of FEAGA from […]

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Press Release 24 June 2020

FEAGA MEMBERS ELECT NEW BOARD   The Annual General Meeting of the F.E.A.G.A. took place 24th June 2020 by Zoom. The 18 attendees present from different countries discussed the points on the agenda. The new board has been installed after voting with unanimityat the end of the meeting.     The new board consists of: […]

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SHORT NEWS June 2020

SHORT FEAGA NEWS 25 – June 25th 2020 The general annual meeting (AGM) took place the 24th June 2020 by Zoom due to the circumstances f COVID-19 and has been attended by 19 members. We were pleased by this result and it seems that we can use Zoom for meeting and discussing more often in […]

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The effects of the Corona Virus on galleries in Europe

See: The Art Newspaper nr 323, May 2020 Art Market : When the emergency aid runs dry, what next for art galleries? The greatest needs from our members: Government measures to secure the existence of galleries; financial aid; sales, loans, grants, temporary subsidies for employees; security in planning exhibitions in the galleries and art fairs; […]

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SHORT NEWS

SHORT FEAGA NEWS 22 – March 2020 This SHORT FEAGA News is for all the board members and gallery members of our Member Associations in various European countries.  Dear F.E.A.G.A. members, The Coronavirus/COVID-19  is making an enormous impact on all of us. Our situation is unprecedented and the near future is unknown. Every day new […]

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TALKING GALLERIES Hereby we like to draw your attention to the 6th edition of the Barcelona Symposium that will take place on the MACBA museum on 22 & 23 January 2018. This annual Symposium for gallerists is a unique platform for information and exchange. Talking Galleries: The preview of the programma is attached. The full programme will be announced very soon. For updates please visit the web and follow us on our Social Media channels! #TalkingGalleries #TGBCN2018 We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona. Book your tickets and please note: for all FEAGA members, the discount codes for your associates are valid until the end of the registration period.

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Europäischer Galerienpreis 2006: Interview mit Ellen de Bruijne, D. Ruyters, Metropolis M

Intim und Öffentlich Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam: Das Farmhaus-Modell Zunächst war dort ein Raum. Es war ein Raum mit viel Licht, und Höhe, vorne wie hinten. Dazwischen gibt es einen breiten Korridor entlang einer beeindruckenden Anzahl von Türen, nah beieinander, als wäre es eine burleske Theaterkulisse. Unabsichtlich bestimmen die Türen die Atmosphäre des Ganzen […]

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FEAGA Award 2006: Interview with Ellen de Bruijne by Domeniek Ruyters, Metropolis M

Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam: The Farmhouse Model Intimate and Public First, there was a space. It was a space with great light, and height, both in front and in back. In between, there is a broad corridor along an impressive number of doors, close together, as if it were a burlesque theatre set. Unwittingly, […]

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FEAGA Award 2006: Galleries are Cultural Translators

At ART BASEL Denise René und Ellen de Bruijne receive the European Gallery Award 2006, called FEAGA AWARD. Ernst Hilger, President of the European Gallery Association: „Galleries are inter-cultural translators.“ The European Gallery Association (FEAGA: Federation of European Art Gallery Associations) is honoured to award on the 14th of Juni 2006 at the ART BASEL, […]

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