miart 27th edition

miart 27th edition


Courtesy of Cabinet Milano.

March 22, 2023
miart 27th edition
International modern and contemporary art fair
April 14–16, 2023
VIP preview: April 13, 1pm, by invitation
Allianz MiCo
Viale Scarampo, Pavilion 3, Gate 5
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The dialogue between past and present, tradition and experimentation, animate the 27th edition of miart, the international modern and contemporary art fair in Milan, organized by Fiera Milano and directed for the third year by Nicola Ricciardi (from April 14–16, 2023, with VIP preview on April 13).

Over one hundred years of art history will be on display under the roof the Allianz MiCo exhibition hall, where 169 participating galleries are distributed into three areas: Established, the main section of the fair, Decades, a curated section dedicated to the evolution of artistic experiences over the course of the 20th Century, and Emergent, the segment that focuses on emerging languages and practices.

Honoring tradition while looking to the future, Established hosts 133 leading Italian and international galleries who present contemporary art in its strictest interpretation as well as works from the Masters of modern art. These include: Alfonso Artiaco (Naples), Cardi Gallery (Milan, London), ChertLüdde (Berlin), C L E A R I N G (New York, Brussels, Los Angeles), Galleria Continua (San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Havana, Rome, São Paulo, Paris, Dubai), Raffaella Cortese (Milan), Corvi-Mora (London), Crèvecœur (Paris), Dvir Gallery (Tel Aviv, Brussels, Paris), kaufmann repetto (Milan, New York), Peter Kilchmann (Zurich, Paris), Kendal Koppe (Glasgow), Andrew Kreps Gallery (New York), Galerie Lelong & Co. (Paris, New York), Magazzino (Rome), Mai 36 Galerie (Zurich), Gió Marconi (Milan), Mazzoleni (London, Turin), Meyer Riegger (Berlin, Karlsruhe, Basel), Nino Mier Gallery (Los Angeles, Brussels, New York, Marfa), FRANCESCA MININI (Milan), Galleria Massimo Minini (Brescia), P420 (Bologna), Perrotin (Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai), Repetto Gallery (London, Lugano), Richard Saltoun Gallery (London, Rome), Chris Sharp Gallery (Los Angeles), Esther Schipper (Berlin, Paris, Seoul), Galerie Gregor Staiger (Zurich, Milan), Tornabuoni Arte (Florence, Milan, Forte dei Marmi, Crans Montana, Paris), Tim Van Laere Gallery (Antwerp), Vistamare (Pescara, Milan), and ZERO… (Milan), to name just a few.

Curated by Alberto Salvadori and designed as a journey in time, through genres and generations, Decades is possibly the section that best characterizes the identity of miart. It presents ten galleries, each with a special project (monographic presentations or thematic focus) dedicated to a specific decade from 1910 to the early 2000s. Lesser-known histories alternate with iconic pieces in a wide range of media, from painting to sculpture, from ceramics to photography. Among the highlights of the section: ED Gallery (Piacenza), representing the 1920s, proposes an exhibition dedicated to Giò Ponti and Richard Ginori, two of the greatest names in Italian design, through ceramic works that are as significant as they are rare; LIA RUMMA (Milan–Naples) dedicates a solo exhibition to the great photographer Ugo Mulas focusing on his iconic works from the 1970s; on the other hand, representing the 1980s, Galleria dello Scudo (Verona) chooses to show two of the most important artists of the time, Carla Accardi and Pietro Consagra, through some of their lesser-known productions. The section ends with the years 2000s and a solo exhibition of the British artist Jim Lambie by Galleria Franco Noero (Turin).

Curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini, and situated at the very beginning of the fair, the Emergent section is presented as a laboratory for continuous research and experimentation, welcoming 26 galleries, 18 of which are international. Among the highlights of the section: Zuzanna Czebatul (1986), who blurs the boundaries between commercial product, architectural relic and artistic production for sans titre (Paris); Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg (1987), Tom Holmes (1979) and Oh Sufan (1946) that bring multi-generational and multi-national affinity and divergence in the booth of the new entry Efremidis (Berlin); the landscapes painting, in all its facets, of Olivia Hill (1985) at Bel Ami (Los Angeles); and Ginny on Frederick and South Parade, from London, which for their first participation in miart share booth and projects putting Guendalina Cerruti’s sculptures (1992) in dialogue with Ellie Pratt’s paintings (1991).

The full list of exhibitors can be found here.

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