Participating galleries 2024

Participating galleries 2024

miart

Courtesy of Cabinet Milano.

January 30, 2024
Participating galleries 2024
miart international modern and contemporary art fair
April 12–14, 2024
VIP preview: April 11, upon invitation
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From April 12–14, 2024 (VIP preview on Thursday 11) miart, Milan’s international modern and contemporary art fair, organised by Fiera Milano and directed for the fourth year by Nicola Ricciardi, returns. With 181 galleries (a double-digit increase compared to 2023) from 28 countries around the world, the 28th edition of the Milan exhibition confirms its role as an essential gathering for the international art community. As suggested by the title no time no space, miart 2024 aims to further expand its boundaries, mixing past, present and future to talk about our time, capturing in the tumultuous and ever-changing flux of immediate actuality what is stable and enduring in art.

The starting point of this journey is the Italian galleries, which represent more than half of the total number of selected exhibitors, and which make the Milan exhibition an excellent attraction for worldwide collectors and curators in search of what is new, but also of what is local. Compared to previous editions, however, the presence of galleries from abroad has increased, both in number and, above all, in quality, thanks to significant new additions to the main section, Established. These include Helena Anrather (New York), Galerie Buchholz (Cologne, Berlin), Emanuela Campoli (Paris, Milan), Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro), greengrassi (London), Georg Kargl Fine Arts (Vienna), KOW (Berlin), Fabienne Levy (Lausanne, Geneva), Galerie Neu (Berlin), Nosbaum Reding (Luxembourg, Brussels), Dawid Radziszewski (Warsaw), Super Dakota (Brussels), and Galerie Tschudi (Zuoz, Zurich), to name a few.

In addition to the new entries, many international galleries involved in previous editions of miart have confirmed their presence, such as 1 Mira Madrid (Madrid), ChertLüdde (Berlin), Ciaccia Levi (Paris, Milan), C L E A R I N G (Brussels, New York, Los Angeles), Corvi-Mora (London), Dvir Gallery (Tel Aviv, Brussels, Paris), Ehrhardt Flòrez (Madrid), Felix Gaudlitz (Vienna), Galerie Peter Kilchmann (Zurich, Paris), KLEMM’S (Berlin), Andrew Kreps Gallery (New York), GALERIE LELONG & Co. (Paris, New York), Madragoa (Lisbon), Mai 36 Galerie (Zurich), MISAKO & ROSEN (Tokyo), Galerie Michel Rein (Paris, Brussels), Richard Saltoun Gallery (London, Rome), GIAN ENZO SPERONE (Sent), Galerie Gregor Staiger (Zurich, Milan), Gallery Sofie Van de Velde (Antwerp), Galerie Fons Welters (Amsterdam), and Galerie Hubert Winter (Vienna).

Emergent, the section curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini and dedicated to galleries promoting the newest generations of artists, returns as usual. This year, it welcomes 23 galleries from all over the world: from Lisbon to New York, from Los Angeles to Belgrade. Again, there is an interesting mix of returning galleries—Bel Ami (Los Angeles), Sébastien Bertrand (Geneva), Sans titre (Paris)—and new entries, such as Arcadia Missa (London), ASHES/ASHES (New York), Lovay Fine Arts (Geneva) and Sweetwater (Berlin).

2024 will also see the first edition of Portal, a novel section curated this year by Julieta González and Abaseh Mirvali, with twelve selected galleries proposing ten small exhibitions distributed throughout the main section, designed to discover or rediscover universes and artistic practices that are only apparently coming from far away and from distant times. The artists represented include: Anna Boghiguian (Galleria Franco Noero), CATPC (KOW), Birgit Jürgenssen (Galerie Hubert Winter), Francesco Gennari (Ciaccia Levi/ZERO…), Maria Lai (Nuova Galleria Morone), Bertina Lopes (Richard Saltoun Gallery), Turiya Magadlela & Senzeni Marasela (Kalashnikovv Gallery), Troy Makaza & Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude (First Floor Gallery Harare), Franco Mazzucchelli (ChertLüdde), and Erika Verzutti (Fortes d’Aloia & Gabriel/Andrew Kreps Gallery).

The full list of exhibitors can be found here.

The 2024 edition reaffirms miart’s central role in the art market, not only by expanding its boundaries, but also by emphasising its commitment to research and positioning itself as a platform for observing society and its changes.

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