press release

miart is a fair in which modern and contemporary art communicate constant references with explicit echoes; it affords a situation to grasp links between the past and present. miart will emphasize this aspect aspiring to work on the possibility of testing institutional strategies that differ from existing models, the aim being to set out along a path in which miart plays an active role in modern and contemporary production throughout the entire year, not just during the days of the art fair.

In this way, miart will turn into a recipient of contexts, nurturing structures and varied experiences that connect the cultural and economic fabric of Milan to leading international organizations. The sections of the fair and parallel events will be held with principal focus on the “crossing” of different disciplines, with the desire being to intercept the public from other areas. The goal is to find a suitable area in the field of communication between knowledge and a place of “trade” that is also a place for a real cultural experience, based on the theory of “the Economics of Experiences,” in which the production of goods and services is no longer sufficient, and the “experiences” offered become the basis of value creation.


A Palazzo, Brescia AMT, Bratislava Arte 92, Milano Arte Centro - Lattuada Studio, Milano-New York Artesilva, Seregno Alfonso Artiaco, Napoli Enrico Astuni, Bologna Laura Bartlett, London Galleria Bergamo, Bergamo Bianconi, Milano Blu, Milano BolteLang, Zurich Brand New Gallery , Milano Brundyn + Gonsalves, Cape Town Ca' di Fra', Milano Cardelli & Fontana, Sarzana Cardi, Milano-Pietrasanta Centro Steccata , Parma-Milano Circus, Berlin Claudio Poleschi Arte Contemporanea, Lucca Clifton Benevento, New York Collicaligreggi, Catania Contini, Venezia-Cortina d'Ampezzo-Mestre Continua, San Gimignano-Beijing-Le Moulin Raffaella Cortese, Milano Cortesi Contemporary, Lugano Guido Costa Projects, Torino Riccardo Crespi, Milano Studio Dabbeni, Lugano Monica De Cardenas, Milano-Zouz Massimo De Carlo, Milano-London Dep Art, Milano DIE GALERIE, Frankfurt Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles Eidos Immagini Contemporanee, Asti Fabbrica Eos, Milano Galleria d'Arte Frediano Farsetti, Firenze Foxy Production, New York Frittelli Arte Contemporanea, Firenze Gariboldi, Milano François Ghebaly, Los Angeles Studio Guenzani, Milano L'Incontro, Chiari A Arte Invernizzi, Milano kaufmann repetto, Milano Andrew Kreps, New York Matteo Lampertico, Milano Laveronica, Modica Elaine Levy Project, Brussels Josh Lilley, London Lorenzelli Arte, Milano Magazzino, Roma Main Gallery, Tirana-Los Angeles Giò Marconi, Milano Primo Marella, Milano Mary Mary, Glasgow Mazzoleni, Torino Francesca Minini, Milano Massimo Minini, Brescia Monitor, Roma Nuova Galleria Morone, Milano Lorcan O'Neill, Roma OHWOW, Los Angeles Open Art, Prato P420, Bologna Francesco Pantaleone, Palermo Peres Projects, Berlin Plan B, Cluj-Berlin Poggiali e Forconi, Firenze Poleschi Arte, Milano-Forte dei Marmi-Lucca Progetto arte-elm, Milano prometeogallery , Milano Proposte d'Arte, Legnano Raucci/Santamaria, Napoli Repetto, Acqui Terme-Milano Michela Rizzo, Venezia Robilant+Voena, London-Milano Lia Rumma, Milano-Napoli Studio SALES di Norberto Ruggeri, Roma Federica Schiavo, Roma Micky Schubert, Berlin Mimmo Scognamiglio, Milano SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town-Stellenbosch Spazia, Bologna SpazioA, Pistoia Studio Marconi '65, Milano T293, Napoli-Roma Tega, Milano The Gallery Apart, Roma Tonelli, Milano Tornabuoni Arte, Firenze-Portofino-Forte dei Marmi-Paris Toselli, Milano Valmore Studio d'Arte, Vicenza Federico Vavassori, Milano Vilma Gold, London Jonathan Viner, London Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti, Milano Vistamare, Pescara Whatiftheworld, Cape Town VW (VeneKlasen/Werner), Berlin ZERO…, Milano

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