press release

Viale Scarampo
Pad. 3, Gate 5
20149 Milan

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.


Presents international galleries that have been promoting modern and contemporary art for several years.

Dedicated to young, avant-garde galleries with recognized activities in experimental artistic research.

An invitational section, a face-off between an artist from an “older” generation and artist coming from a younger one.

Galleries that promote contemporary design objects originally conceived as limited editions, but that are framed or contextualized as works of art.


Adams and Ollman, Portland / Apalazzogallery, Brescia / Aria d'Italia, Milano / Arte Centro - Lattuada Studio, Milano - New York / Artesilva, Seregno / Alfonso Artiaco, Napoli / Laura Bartlett, London / Rod Barton, London / Guido W. Baudach, Berlin / Galleria Bergamo, Bergamo / Blu, Milano / Bodega, New York / Bortolami, New York / Thomas Brambilla, Bergamo / Brand New Gallery, Milano / Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York / C L E A R I N G, New York - Bruxelles / Ca' di Fra', Milano / Shane Campbell, Chicago / Cardelli & Fontana, Sarzana / Cardi, Milano - Pietrasanta / Carlos/Ishikawa, London / China Art Objects, Los Angeles / Claudio Poleschi, Lucca / Clifton Benevento, New York / Sadie Coles HQ, London / Collicaligreggi, Catania / Contini, Venezia - Cortina d'Ampezzo - Mestre / Continua, San Gimignano - Bejing - Le Moulin / Lisa Cooley, New York / Pilar Corrias, London / Raffaella Cortese, Milano / Cortesi Gallery, Lugano - London / Riccardo Crespi, Milano / Studio Dabbeni, Lugano / Monica De Cardenas, Milano - Zuoz / Massimo De Carlo, Milano - London / de' Foscherari, Bologna / Luisa delle Piane, Milano / Demosmobilia, Chiasso / Dep Art, Milano / Dépendance, Bruxelles / Design Gallery Milano, Milano / Tiziana Di Caro, Napoli / Umberto Di Marino, Napoli / Dilmos, Milano / Bridget Donahue, New York / Thomas Duncan, Los Angeles / Duve Berlin, Berlin / Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles / Erastudio Apartment-Gallery, Milano / Essex Street, New York / Frediano Farsetti, Firenze / Erica Fiorentini, Roma / Foxy Production, New York / Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles / Marion Friedmann, London / Lars Friedrich, Berlin / Frittelli Arte Contemporanea, Firenze / Frutta, Roma / Fumagalli, Milano / FuoriCampo, Siena / Guido Galimberti art gallery, Milano / Gariboldi, Milano / Granville Gallery, Paris / Green Art Gallery, Dubai / Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles / Studio Guenzani, Milano / High Art, Paris / Jeanine Hofland, Amsterdam / Catherine Houard, Paris / Il Ponte, Firenze / A arte Invernizzi, Milano / JTT, New York / kaufmann repetto, Milano - New York / Kendall Koppe, Glasgow / Kimmerich, Berlin / Ellis King, Dublin / Kinman, London / Johann Koenig, Berlin / Matteo Lampertico, Milano / Levy.Delval, Bruxelles / David Lewis, New York / Limoncello, London / Lisson Gallery, London - Milano - New York / Lorenzelli Arte, Milano / Magazzino, Roma / Galleria d'Arte Maggiore G. A. M., Bologna / Norma Mangione, Torino / Giò Marconi, Milano / Primo Marella, Milano / Martos Gallery, New York / Mathew, Berlin - New York / Mazzoleni, Torino - London / Francesca Minini, Milano / Massimo Minini, Brescia / Montrasio Arte / Km0, Milano - Monza / Innsbruck / Museo Apparente, Napoli / Nero, Arezzo / Noire Gallery, Torino / Office Baroque, Bruxelles / Open Art, Prato / P420, Bologna / Francesco Pantaleone, Palermo / Pinksummer, Genova / Poggiali e Forconi, Firenze / Prometeogallery, Milano / Raucci/Santamaria, Napoli / Repetto Gallery, London / Ribordy Contemporary, Genève / Michela Rizzo, Venezia / Robilant + Voena, London - Milano / Room East, New York / Lia Rumma, Milano - Napoli / Sage, Paris / Studio SALES di Norberto Ruggeri, Roma / Richard Saltoun, London / Galleria Seno, Milano / Seventeen, London / Southard Reid, London / Spazia, Bologna / Spazio A, Pistoia / Sprovieri, London / Gregor Staiger, Zurich / Christian Stein, Milano / Judy Straten, Horst / Studio Marconi'65, Milano / Simone Subal, New York / Supplement, London / T293, Napoli - Roma / Tega, Milano / The Gallery Apart, Roma / The Goma, Madrid / The Modern Institute, Glasgow / The Sunday Painter, London / Tomorrow, New York / Tonelli, Milano / Tornabuoni Arte, Firenze - Portofino - Forte dei Marmi - Paris / TORRI, Paris / Steve Turner, Los Angeles / Union Pacific, London / Van Doren Waxter, New York / VI, VII, Oslo / Antonella Villanova, Firenze / Vilma Gold, London / Jonathan Viner, London / Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti, Milano / Vistamare, Pescara / Michael Werner Gallery, New York - London / Zero…, Milano