miart 2024: no time no space

miart, Milan’s international modern and contemporary art fair, organized by Fiera Milano and directed for the fourth year by Nicola Ricciardi, takes place from 12 to 14 April 2024 at Allianz MiCo.

The exhibition’s growth path continues, with a significant increase in the number of participating galleries, important new international entries, new awards, acquisitions, and commissions.

As the title of the edition suggests, the aim is to make the thematic, spatial, and temporal boundaries of miart ever wider and more fluid, through new curated sections within the fair and unprecedented art projects spread across the city.

“With 180 galleries from 28 countries around the world and 10 Prizes, which will be awarded during the exhibition days, the 28th edition of the Milan exhibition confirms its role as an essential gathering for the international art community” stated Roberto Foresti, Deputy General Manager, Fiera Milano.

The starting point of this journey is the Italian galleries, which represent more than half of the total number of exhibitors, and which make the Milan exhibition an excellent attraction for worldwide collectors, curators, and artists in search of what is new, but also what is local. However, compared to previous editions, the presence of galleries from abroad has also 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, New York), Emanuela Campoli (Paris, Milan), Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro), greengrassi (London), 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 selected galleries proposing 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: a window to look at the present through parallel dimensions and unconventional prisms. The artists represented here will be: 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), Troy Makaza & Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude (First Floor Gallery Harare) and Franco Mazzucchelli (ChertLüdde).

Another new feature is Timescape, a curated project that will be developed over the next three years and will each year present works from periods that are increasingly distant in time from miart’s traditional chronological offer. Through a constellation of works of art, artifacts, and objects, the galleries participating in this section present true “micro-exhibitions” that enrich miart with a cross-historical and cross-cutting approach and heighten its appeal to Italian and foreign collectors, curators and professionals. This journey through time will begin in 2024 with a look at the early 20th century thanks to the contribution of Aleandri Arte Moderna (Rome), Bottegantica (Milan), ED Gallery (Piacenza), Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C. (Rome), Galleria Gomiero (Montegrotto Terme) and Galleria Russo (Rome).

The collaboration with the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, which supports miart as the main partner, continues. Internationality, excellence, and a focus on local cultural development are the values that unite miart with the banking group, to consolidate Milan’s centrality on the national and international scene and offer the city a further engine for growth and economic, cultural, and civic development. As per tradition, the Bank will also contribute to the 2024 edition by bringing its original content: in the Lounge area of the Group will be displayed an exhibition curated by Luca Beatrice and dedicated to young emergent artists.

Also confirmed for the 28th edition of miart is the Fondazione Fiera Milano Acquisition Fund, established in 2012. The €100,000 fund is intended for works of art that will enrich the Fondazione Fiera Milano’s collection, which is currently housed in the Palazzina degli Orafi, the Foundation’s headquarters, and consists of over 110 works representing various artistic languages.

The following are also confirmed: the Herno Prize, now in its ninth year, which awards a €10,000 prize to the stand with the best exhibition project; the LCA Studio Legale Prize for Emergent, worth €4,000, established in 2015 as a result of the collaboration with LCA Studio Legale and intended for the gallery with the best presentation in the Emergent section; the second edition of the Fondazione Henraux Sculpture Commission for the commissioning of a work in marble; the second edition of the Orbital Cultura – Nexi Group Prize, the only prize within miart exclusively dedicated to photography in all its forms; and the Matteo Visconti di Modrone Prize, in memory of the President of the Fonderia Artistica Battaglia, worth €10,000, awarded to an artist who will be able to realize their work in the Fonderia Artistica Battaglia, a foundry for artists, with the assistance and experience of the artisans working there.

Also returning are the Rotary Club Milano Brera Prize for Contemporary Art and Young Artists – established in 2009 as the first award as part of miart and now in its fourteenth edition – which funds the purchase of a work by an emerging or mid-career artist to be donated to the Museo del Novecento in Milan, and the Massimo Giorgetti Prize, now in its second edition. Created by fashion designer and collector Massimo Giorgetti to support young artists at the beginning of their careers, the award comes with a €5,000 prize. The partnership with MSGM, the fashion brand founded by Giorgetti himself, will also continue.

Lastly, the IKONIC Prize, at its first edition and worth €5,000, which will be given to the best project in the Portal section.

Also in the field of awards, acquisitions and commissions is the unprecedented collaboration with SZ Sugar, a music publisher dedicated to contemporary classical music, founded in 1907 under the name of Edizioni Suvini Zerboni and part of the SugarMusic group headed by Caterina Caselli and Filippo Sugar. For miart 2024, SZ Sugar is offering participating galleries the opportunity to have their artists interpret the first page of the score of Allez Hop, a racconto mimico, ( mimed story)  by Italo Calvino set to music by Luciano Berio. Before the exhibition opens, a panel of judges will select the best artistic interpretation, which will be reproduced and displayed at a special stand.

The first incursion, both geographic and thematic, is represented by Comete. Avanguardie di un altro sistema solare a project curated by Marta Bianchi and Marta Cereda that opens a relevant relation between miart and Careof, in collaboration with the city of Milan and presented at Anteo Palazzo del Cinema. Comete is a screening program of artists’ films from the Careof Video Archive, the center for production and in-depth study on time-based media, from the city of Milan’s collections and the galleries participating in miart.

Another ideal portal that will open onto the city will be a project designed especially for miart 2024 by US conceptual artist David Horvitz: a site-specific intervention curated by Nicola Ricciardi that takes over the spaces of BiM, an ambitious urban regeneration project that is transforming a monumental building designed by Vittorio Gregotti in the Bicocca district into a state-of-the-art work destination.

Milan Art Week – 8-14 April 24

The link with the city will then be strengthened by Milano Art Week (8-14 April), an event across various locations coordinated by the City of Milan’s Department of Culture, which brings together the city’s main public institutions and private foundations dedicated to modern and contemporary art, with a programme of exhibitions and activities.

“The week dedicated to art in all its forms is back again this year, with a programme of installations, exhibitions, events, and meetings, which will turn the spotlight on the art field and its experts, with a strong focus on emergent talents, shaping Milan as the capital of Contemporary art. The aim is to engage a wider audience, consisting not only of specialists of the sector but also of residents, tourists, and art lovers – stated Tommaso Sacchi, Councilor for Culture -. All our museums will be involved too, in particular, those dealing with Contemporary and Modern Art, such as PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Museo del Novecento, Palazzo Reale, GAM Galleria d’Arte Moderna e MUDEC Museo delle Culture”.

The protagonists of Milano Art Week 2024 will be also the season’s major exhibitions organized and hosted by, among others, Fondazione Prada, Fondazione Prada Osservatorio, Pirelli HangarBicocca, Triennale Milano, Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro, BASE Milano, Fondazione ICA Milano and Fondazione Luigi Rovati.

It is also worth noting that much of the content created for miart has been designed to overlap with the week following the fair – Milano Design Week – also thanks to a new collaboration with Fuorisalone.it, which will also be translated into a series of guides and thematic itineraries involving mainly Milanese galleries.

Finally, in addition to the many new developments, we welcome back two important partnerships: that with Maison Ruinart, which is confirming its commitment to the world of art and sustainability by presenting an unprecedented artistic project in the Ruinart VIP Lounge for this edition, and the collaboration with Italian food promotion body Associazione Italiana Ambasciatori del Gusto, which will reinforce the combination of art and food that featured in the previous edition.

Collecting is also growing around miart, and, in particular, international collectors, thanks to ICE – Agenzia per la promozione all’estero e l’internazionalizzazione delle imprese italiane, which supports the event by involving a selection of international collectors.

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


146 modern and contemporary art galleries.

1 Mira Madrid, Madrid | 10 A.M. ART, Milan | 193 Gallery, Paris | A arte Invernizzi, Milan | Galleria Giampaolo Abbondio, Todi – Milan | ABC-ARTE, Genoa – Milan | ADA, Rome | AFIKARIS, Paris | Aleandri Arte Moderna, Rome | APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia | Artemisia Fine Art, Dogana | Enrico Astuni, Bologna | Atipografia, Arzignano – Milan | Belmacz, London | Galleria Umberto Benappi, Turin | Bendana | Pinel Art Contemporain, Paris | Bernini Gallery, Misinto | Bottegantica, Milan | THOMAS BRAMBILLA, Bergamo | Galerie Buchholz, Cologne – Berlin – New York | C L E A R I N G, Brussels – New York – Los Angeles | C+N Gallery CANEPANERI, Milan – Genoa | Ca’ di Fra’, Milan | CADOGAN GALLERY, London – Milan | EMANUELA CAMPOLI, Paris – Milan | Cardelli & Fontana artecontemporanea, Sarzana | Cardi Gallery, Milan – London | CASSINA PROJECTS, Milan | ChertLüdde, Berlin | Galleria Clivio, Parma – Milan | COMMA,, Bratislava | Galleria d’Arte Contini, Venice – Cortina d’Ampezzo – Mestre | Galleria Continua, San Gimignano – Beijing – Les Moulins – Havana – Rome – Sao Paulo – Paris – Dubai | Cooke Latham Gallery, London | Copetti Antiquari, Udine | Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan | Cortesi Gallery, Lugano – Milan | Corvi-Mora, London | Galleria de’ Bonis, Reggio Emilia | Monica De Cardenas, Milan – Zuoz – Lugano | Galleria Luisa Delle Piane, Milan | DELLUPI ARTE, Milan | Dep Art Gallery, Milan – Ceglie Messapica | Galleria Umberto Di Marino, Naples | Dvir Gallery, Brussels – Paris – Tel Aviv | EBENSPERGER, Berlin – Graz | ED Gallery, Piacenza | Ehrhardt Flórez, Madrid | Eidos Immagini Contemporanee, Asti | Eredi Marelli, Cantù | Renata Fabbri, Milan | Galleria d’Arte Frediano Farsetti, Milan | Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, Sao Paulo – Rio de Janeiro | Frittelli arte contemporanea, Florence | Galleria Fumagalli, Milan | FuoriCampo, Siena | Gaep, Bucharest | Galleria dello Scudo, Verona | FELIX GAUDLITZ, Vienna | Galleria Doris Ghetta, Ortisei – Milan | Galleria Gomiero, Montegrotto Terme | greengrassi, London | Huxley-Parlour, London | Joong Jung Gallery, Seoul | Georg Kargl Fine Arts, Vienna | kaufmann repetto, Milan – New York | Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich – Paris | KLEMM’S, Berlin | Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York | LABS Contemporary Art, Bologna | LAMB Gallery, London | Gilda Lavia, Rome | GALERIE LELONG & Co., Paris – New York | Fabienne Levy, Lausanne – Geneva | LOOM, Milan | M77, Milan | MAAB Gallery, Milan | Madragoa, Lisbon | Magazzino, Rome | Galleria d’Arte Maggiore g.a.m., Bologna – Venice – Rome – Paris | Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich | Gió Marconi, Milan | Marcorossi artecontemporanea, Milan – Verona – Turin – Pietrasanta – Rome | Primo Marella Gallery, Milan – Lugano | Mazzoleni, London – Turin | Francesca Minini, Milan | Galleria Massimo Minini, Brescia | MISAKO & ROSEN, Tokyo | ML fine art, Milan | MLZ Art Dep, Trieste | Montrasio Arte, Milan – Monza – Piacenza | Mucciaccia Gallery, Rome – London – Cortina d’Ampezzo – Singapore | Ncontemporary, Milan – Venice – London | Galerie Neu, Berlin | Nosbaum Reding, Luxembourg – Brussels | Olympia, New York | Galleria Open Art, Prato | Osart Gallery, Milan | P420, Bologna | Francesco Pantaleone, Palermo – Milan | PARIS-B, Paris | Nicola Pedana, Caserta | Pinksummer, Genoa | Galleria Poggiali, Florence – Milan – Pietrasanta | Il Ponte, Florence | Prometeo Gallery Ida Pisani, Milan – Lucca | Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw | Erica Ravenna, Rome | Galerie Michel Rein, Paris – Brussels | Repetto Gallery, Lugano | RIBOT, Milan | Galleria Michela Rizzo, Venice | ROBILANT+VOENA, London – Milan – Paris – New York | LIA RUMMA, Milan – Naples | Galleria Russo, Rome | Richard Saltoun Gallery, London – Rome | Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome | Mimmo Scognamiglio Artecontemporanea, Milan | Secci, Florence – Milan – Pietrasanta | Martina Simeti, Milan | Simóndi, Turin | GALLERIA SPAZIA, Bologna | SpazioA, Pistoia | GIAN ENZO SPERONE, Sent | Spiaggia Libera, Paris | Sprovieri, London | Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich – Milan | Stems Gallery, Brussels – Paris | STUDIO D’ARTE CAMPAIOLA, Rome | Studio Guastalla Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Milan | Studio SALES di Norberto Ruggeri, Rome | Super Dakota, Brussels | Galleria Tonelli, Milan – Porto Cervo | Tornabuoni Arte, Florence – Milan – Forte dei Marmi – Rome – Paris – Crans Montana | Galerie Tschudi, Zuoz – Zurich | Gallery Sofie Van de Velde, Antwerp | GALLERIA ANTONIO VEROLINO, Modena | Galleria Paola Verrengia, Salerno | Viasaterna, Milan | Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C., Rome | VISTAMARE, Pescara – Milan | Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam | WHATIFTHEWORLD, Cape Town | Wizard gallery, Milan | z2o Sara Zanin, Rome | ZERO, Milan.

Portal –  

A window to the present, through parallel dimensions and unconventional prisms Anna Boghiguian, Galleria Franco Noero, Turin CATPC, KOW, Berlin Simone Fattal & Birgit Jürgenssen, Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna Francesco Gennari, Ciaccia Levi, Paris – Milan + Zero…, Milan Maria Lai, Nuova Galleria Morone, Milan Bertina Lopes, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London – Rome Franco Mazzucchelli, ChertLüdde, Berlin Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude & Troy Makaza, First Floor Gallery, Harare – Victoria Falls

Emergent –

23 emerging galleries dedicated to the support of the most recent generations of artists. Curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini. ADZ, Lisbon | Arcadia Missa, London | ArtNoble gallery, Milan | ASHES/ASHES, New York | Baleno International, Rome | Bel Ami, Los Angeles | Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva | CARAVAN, Oslo | Gian Marco Casini Gallery, Livorno | City Galerie Wien, Vienna | diez, Amsterdam | DS GALERIE, Paris | eastcontemporary, Milan | Eugster || Belgrade, Belgrade | Gathering, London | Lovay Fine Arts, Geneva | MATTA, Milan | Roland Ross, Margate | Sans titre, Paris | Sweetwater, Berlin | Triangolo, Cremona | Galleria Federico Vavassori, Milan | zaza’, Milan – Naples

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