Milan launches Art Week

Modern and contemporary art across the city.

A whole week dedicated to modern and contemporary art, with inaugurations, special openings, guided tours, special initiatives and many exhibitions to visit, starts on Monday 9 April and builds up to the 23rd edition of MiArt international art fair at the weekend.

Art Week offers events in the various exhibition venues of the city: from Palazzo Reale to Fondazione Prada, from Castello Sforzesco to PAC, from the Triennale to the MUDEC - Museum of Cultures, involving foundations and galleries, public and private bodies.

A concert of creativity involving Italian artists such as Giosetta Fioroni, Emilio Isgrò, Giovanni Boldini, Franco Mazzucchelli, Vincenzo Agnetti and artists from all over the world such as Sol Lewitt, Teresa Margolles, Frida Kahlo, Jeremy Deller, Jimmie Durham, Barry X Ball.

The packed programme of over 150 exhibits and events, prizes and performances, evening and night openings offers a wealth of opportunities for everyone interested in every aspect of recent art.

On Friday 13 April, the two-day MiArt fair opens, with 186 galleries from 19 countries exhibiting in Pavilion 3 of Fieramilanocity in Via Scarampo.  Billed as Italy’s most important art fair, works on display – and on sale – will range from the dawn of the 20th century to the present day.

Details of opening times and ticket prices are on the MiArt website.