miart, the international modern and contemporary art fair announces its 24th edition, organised by Fiera Milano and held from April 5 to 7 in Milan. Alessandro Rabottini announced that 186 galleries from 19 countries, divided into seven sections will exhibit works by modern masters, established contemporary artists, emerging talents, and designers.
miart 2019 welcomes a number of leading galleries exhibiting in Milan for the first time, including Cabinet, Corvi-Mora, Marian Goodman Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, Herald St, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, and Tucci Russo.
With returning international galleries, including, A Arte Invernizzi, Alfonso Artiaco,Bortolami, Isabella Bortolozzi, Campoli Presti, ChertLüdde, Clearing, Galleria Continua, Raffaella Cortese, Thomas Dane Gallery, Massimo De Carlo, Dvir, Kalfayan, Gladstone Gallery, Kaufmann Repetto, Peter Kilchmann, Andrew Kreps Gallery, Lelong & Co, Magazzino, Mai 36, Giò Marconi,Massimo Minini, P420, Gregor Podnar, Almine Rech, Lia Rumma, Sprovieri, and Zero.
Alongside a strong selection of galleries specialising in postwar and modern art: Cardi,Casoli De Luca, Cortesi, Galleria dello Scudo, Maggiore G.A.M., Mazzoleni, Montrasio Arte, Repetto Gallery, Robilant + Voena, Richard Saltoun, Gian Enzo Sperone, Studio Marconi ‘65, Tega, andTornabuoni Arte.
miart 2019 will feature various curated sections:
Generations: Eight separate dialogues between works by two artists hailing from different generations. Curated by Anthony Reynolds and Chris Sharp.
Decades: The 20th century divided into decades. Curated by Alberto Salvadori.
Emergent: Focusing on the most recent generation of artists. Curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini.
On Demand: A cross/cutting section devoted to context/based art. Curated by Oda Albera.
Object: Galleries who promote the decorative arts and limited editions.
Curated by Hugo Macdonald.
miart will be the main focus of Milan Art Week, a rich calendar of openings and events organised by major public institutions and private foundations elsewhere in the city, including Sheela Gowda and Giorgio Andreotta Calò (Pirelli HangarBicocca), Lizzie Fitch / Ryan Trecartin (Fondazione Prada Milano), Anna Maria Maiolino (PAC), Broken Nature. Design Takes on Human Survival (La Triennale), Lygia Pape (Fondazione Carriero), Antonello da Messina and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (Palazzo Reale), Renata Boero and Marinella Pirelli (Museo del Novecento), The Unexpected Subject: 1978 Art and Feminism in Italy (FM – Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea), Sophia Al Maria (Fondazione Pomodoro), Hans Josephsohn (ICA Milano), Carlos Amorales (Fondazione Pini), Anj Smith (Museo Poldi Pezzoli), and a newly commissioned exhibition at Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, amongst others.
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