Walking Through The 2018 MiArt Fair

2018 MiArt, the prominent art fair in Italy and one of the most important in the world, has closed its doors. Following, a few pictures to give you an idea of the state of the art.

MiArt fair in Milano

César, Peugeot Mobilette. Miart, April 2018

From April 13 to 15, 2018, Friday to Sunday, if you were in Milan, you would have been able to review a selection of modern and contemporary art, starting from the beginning of the 20th century to the most recent works, carried into the city by galleries from around the Word.

86 galleries, 75 of them foreign from 19 countries, means a gathering large enough to give a good idea of where the world of the contemporary art stands and where it is aiming to.


MiArt covered the floor of pavilion N3. at FieraMilanoCity, the downtown exhibition center. It was featuring seven sections that created a dialogue between modern art, contemporary art, and limited edition design.

Established, the primary section was divided further into Contemporary (79 galleries specialized in contemporary art) and Master (45 galleries showing historical artists with works from the early 20th century up to 1990).

Emergent, curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini, was the section devoted to 20 international galleries; They focused on works by young artists, 13 of which were exhibiting for the first time.

Generations, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti), presented eight pairs of galleries that had created a dialogue between the works of two artists.

Decades was curated by Alberto Salvadori, with nine galleries, offering a journey through the decades of the 20th century: each gallery had presented a project representing a decade between 1910 and the 1990s.

On Demand, curated by Oda Albera, was a generalistic section in which galleries were invited to exhibit site-specific or interactive works, focusing on a direct relationship with the viewer and the collector.

Finally, curated by Hugo Macdonald, Object was focused on 14 galleries promoting experimental and limited edition design, decorative arts and historical collection works.

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