Miart 2019 announces its 24th edition

7 months ago

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 CabinetCorvi-MoraMarian Goodman GalleryHauser & WirthHerald StGalerie Thaddaeus Ropac, and Tucci Russo.

With returning international galleries, including, A Arte InvernizziAlfonso Artiaco,BortolamiIsabella Bortolozzi, Campoli PrestiChertLüdde, ClearingGalleria ContinuaRaffaella CorteseThomas Dane GalleryMassimo De CarloDvirKalfayanGladstone GalleryKaufmann RepettoPeter KilchmannAndrew Kreps GalleryLelong & Co, MagazzinoMai 36Giò Marconi,Massimo Minini, P420Gregor PodnarAlmine RechLia RummaSprovieri, and Zero.

Alongside a strong selection of galleries specialising in postwar and modern art: Cardi,Casoli De LucaCortesiGalleria dello ScudoMaggiore G.A.M.MazzoleniMontrasio ArteRepetto GalleryRobilant + VoenaRichard SaltounGian Enzo SperoneStudio Marconi ‘65Tega, 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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Lara Morrell

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