Miart fair closes Milan’s Art Week

Art fair marks the end of this year’s Milan Art Week.

5-7 April. Collectors, gallery owners, curators, artists and journalists will gather in Milan for the annual three-day fair that marks the close of Milan Art Week 2018.

This trade show offers a vast and complete perspective on contemporary art from all over the world, with constant references to modern currents and an eye on the most innovative experimentations of the past year.

Different sections of the event will be dedicated to different aspects of the art industry. The “Established Masters” section, for instance, features galleries that show artworks made before the year 1999 in a selection that ranges from the masters of modern art to artists being rediscovered today.

The “Established Contemporary” section, on the other hand, is dedicated to primary market galleries that focus on contemporary languages, from current classics to new and recent productions.

An invitational section called “Generations” features two galleries invited to create a dialogue between two artists belonging to two different generations. They will share the same stand and will collaborate on a single exhibition project.

There is detail of these and other sections on the miart website.

As usual, plenty of attention will be devoted to young and emerging artists, with buyers and collectors scouring the scene for the next big thing, the next discovery to revolutionise the art world.

miart is held in Fieramilanocity, entry at gate 5 in Viale Scarampo. The fair is open to the public on Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 20.00 and on Sunday from 11.00 to 19.00.  Full admission price €15 with several categories of discount.

General Info

Address Fiera Milano City, Viale Teodorico, Milano, MI, Italia

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Miart fair closes Milan’s Art Week

Fiera Milano City, Viale Teodorico, Milano, MI, Italia

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