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miart Milan 2019 is Coming in Strong!

  • Miart 2018. Photo by Paolo Valentini
  • Miart 2018. Photo by Paolo Valentini
  • Miart 2018. Photo by Paolo Valentini
  • Miart 2018. Photo by Paolo Valentini
March 13, 2019
A philosophy graduate interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.

A fair where contemporary art, modern art and limited edition design interact with each other, miart Milan in Italy explores the relationship between the past and the present of creativity. It presents the widest chronological offer to the public, from the art of the beginning of the last century up to the works of the most recent generations.

Coming back this April for another strong edition, miart Milan 2019 will reaffirm its role as the Italian fair with the widest chronological range of works, thus reflecting Milan’s intrinsic combination of history and experimentation. Organized by Fiera Milano and directed by Alessandro Rabottini, with the support of Intesa Sanpaolo as the main partner, the fair will exhibit works by modern masters, established and emerging contemporary artists, and celebrated historical and experimental designers.

This year, miart will welcome 185 galleries from 19 countries, creating a dialogue between past and present. In addition to the rich gallery program, the fair will also present an immersive series of talks focusing on the concept of “common good.” Setting out to consolidate its growth once again, it will combine market solidity with research, thus broadening its scope and becoming an observatory on society and social changes.

Giulio Turcato - Emblematico viola, 1983
Giulio Turcato – Emblematico viola, 1983. Mixed media on canvas 195 × 295 × 0 cm. Courtesy Matteo Lampertico

The Exhibitors at miart Milan 2019

This year, miart Milan 2019 will present 185 galleries from 19 countries, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Hungary and the United States.

The galleries will be exhibited in 7 sections: Established Masters and Established Contemporary, featuring 128 galleries; Generations, featuring 8 different historical epochs in dialogue amongst each other; Decades, featuring 9 galleries which will shed light on the history of art throughout the twentieth century with a thorough examination of each decade; Emergent, featuring 21 young galleries who aim to promote the future generation of artists; On Demand, delineating site-specific works which are characterized by the relationship with its context, the public and the buyer; and Object, featuring 12 international and domestic galleries which are dealing in limited edition design.

Miart will present a wide selection of returning galleries, such as A Arte Invernizzi from Milan, Alfonso Artiaco from Naples, Bortolami from New York, Isabella Bortolozzi from Berlin, Campoli Presti from London and Paris, ChertLüdde from Berlin, Clearing from Brussels, New York and Brooklyn, Galleria Continua from San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins and Havana, Raffaella Cortese from Milan, and Thomas Dane Gallery from London and Naples, among others.

The fair will also welcome 45 galleries participating for the first time with a wide variety of modern art, contemporary art and limited edition design, including Cabinet from London, Corvi-Mora from London, Marian Goodman Gallery from New York, Paris and London, Hauser & Wirth from Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Somerset, St. Moritz, Gstaad and Zurich, Herald St from London, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac from Paris, London and Salzburg and Tucci Russo from Torre Pellice.

The List of Exhibitors

10 A.M. Art
A Arte Invernizzi
Alfonso Artiaco
Enrico Astuni
Alessandro Bagnai
Maria Bernheim
Giovanni Bonelli
Alessandra Bonomo
Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi
Thomas Brambilla
C+N Canepaneri
Ca' di Fra'
Campoli Presti
Cardelli & Fontana
Casoli De Luca
Elisabetta Cipriani Wearable Art
C L E A R I N G 
Luciano Colantonio 
 Contini Galleria d'Arte 
Galleria Continua
Copetti Antiquari
Raffaella Cortese
Damien & The Love Guru
Thomas Dane Gallery
Monica De Cardenas
Massimo De Carlo
de' Foscherari
Galleria Luisa Delle Piane 
Dellupi Arte
Dep Art Gallery
Tiziana Di Caro
Dvir Gallery
gaep| Eastwards Prospectus
Edel Assanti
Eidos Immagini Contemporanee
Erastudio Apartment-Gallery
Eredi Marelli
Ex Elettrofonica
Renata Fabbri
Frediano Farsetti
Galleri Feldt
Francisco Fino
MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch
Galleria dello Scudo
Gladstone Gallery
Galleria Gomiero
Marian Goodman Gallery
Hauser & Wirth
Häusler Contemporary
Galerie Marc Heiremans
Herald St
Lucas Hirsch
Éric Hussenot
Rodolphe Janssen
Kalfayan Galleries
kaufmann repetto
Peter Kilchmann
Andrew Kreps Gallery
Matteo Lampertico
Frank Landau 
Gilda Lavia
Lelong & CO
Antoine Levi
Lorenzelli Arte
Federico Luger
Galleria d'Arte Maggiore g.a.m.
Mai 36 
Norma Mangione
Gió Marconi
Primo Marella Gallery
Martini & Ronchetti
Francesca Minini
Massimo Minini
Montrasio Arte
Office Baroque
Officine dell'Immagine
Officine Saffi
Öktem Aykut
Open Art
OTTO Gallery
Otto Zoo
Galleria Pack
Francesco Pantaleone 
Nicola Pedana
Gregor Podnar
Il Ponte
Erica Ravenna
Allegra Ravizza
Rcm Galerie
Repetto Gallery
Anthony Reynolds
Michela Rizzo
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Lia Rumma
Richard Saltoun
Federica Schiavo
Mimmo Scognamiglio
Eduardo Secci
(S)itor / Sitor Senghor
Società di Belle Arti
Galleria Spazia
Gian Enzo Sperone
Studio d'Arte Campaiola
Studio Dabbeni
Studio G7
Studio Guastalla 
Studio Guenzani
Studio Marconi '65
Studio SALES di Norberto Ruggeri
Sophie Tappeiner
Taste Contemporary 
The Sunday Painter
Galleria Tonelli
Tornabuoni Arte
Studio Trisorio
Tucci Russo
Galleria Antonio Verolino
Paola Verrengia
Vin Vin
Vistamare | Vistamarestudio
Hubert Winter
z2o Sara Zanin 

The Program of the Fair

A collaboration between the fair and In Between Art Film, miartalks will offer three days of conversations open to the public involving forty artists, curators, collectors, designers, museum directors and international thinkers. Coming together around the theme of The Common Good, these talks will welcome more than 40 international artists, curators, col­lectors, designers, museum directors and thinkers, such as Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu; Jessica Morgan, Nathalie de Gunzburg Director, Dia Foundation, Vivien Greene, Senior Curator, 19th- and Early 20th-Century Art, Guggenheim Museum, and Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture & Design, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, among many others. These conversations will address the many meanings of the concept of “common good” and how to preserve it, in connection with the three main fields of interest at miart: contemporary art, modern art and design. A total of 18 international museum directors and curators of prestigious institutions from 10 countries will be awarding the Fondazione Fiera Milano acquisition fund and the 5 prizes that miart has conceived for galleries and artists. This year, the fair will also offer miarteducational, the free guided tour service made possible by the support of Fidenza Village and Value Retail.

The Location of miart Milan 2019 in Italy

Practical Information

Miart Milan 2019 will take place at Fiera Milano City, Pavilion 3, Gate 5 in Milan from April 5th until April 7th, 2019. The VIP and Vernissage (by invitation only) will take place on April 4th, 2019.

The doors of the fair will be open to the public from 12 to 8 p.m on Friday and Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. The price of the ticket will be 15€, while the reduced price will be 10€.

For more information, visit the official website of the fair.

Arghavan Khosravi - The Glass Ceiling of the Underground World, 2018, Ray Parker - For Denise #394; Like you like it Denise, 1960.
Left: Arghavan Khosravi – The Glass Ceiling of the Underground World, 2018. Acrylic on linen and cotton canvas mounted on wood panel 100 × 7 × 100 cm. Unique. Courtesy of the artist. / Right: Ray Parker – For Denise #394; Like you “like” it Denise, 1960. Oil on canvas 215 × 195 × 3 cm. Courtesy Gariboldi Gallery
Birgit Jürgenssen - Untitled (Self with Little Fur), 1974, Jules de Balincourt - Bang Big, 2011.
Left: Birgit Jürgenssen – Untitled (Self with Little Fur), 1974. Color photograph, 44 × 30 × 2,4 cm. Courtesy Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna / Right: Jules de Balincourt – Bang Big, 2011. Oil on Panel 243.8 × 218.4 × 6.4 cm. Courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Elisa Ossino - The Circle, 2019
Elisa Ossino – The Circle, 2019. Ceramic, 180 × 400 × 200 cm. Size of the whole installation. Courtesy Elisa Ossino and Officine Saffi
Robin Rhode - Four stories, 2016
Robin Rhode – Four stories, 2016. 4 fine-art ink-jet prints 114,2 × 149,2 × 4 cm. Edition of 5 + 2 AP’s. Courtesy the artist and Tucci Russo Studio per l’Arte Contemporanea
David Renggli - Floorplan Desire Painting (The Door), 2018, Lucio Fontana - Concetto spaziale, Attese, 1964-1965.
Left: David Renggli – Floorplan Desire Painting (The Door), 2018. Jute fibre netting, acrylic on wood 114 × 85 × 4 cm. Courtesy Federica Schiavo / Right: Lucio Fontana – Concetto spaziale, Attese, 1964-1965. Waterpaint on canvas, 54 x 45 cm, 21 1/4 x 17 3/4 in. Courtesy Mazzoleni, London-Torino

Featured images: miart Milan 2018. Photos by Paolo Valentini. All images courtesy miart.