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Art Verona 2016 Fri 14 October 2016 - Mon 17 October 2016


ArtVerona | Art Project Fair, the modern and contemporary art fair acquired and organised by Veronafiere since 2014, will be holding its twelfth edition from the 14th to the 17th of October 2016.

On the strength of the overall expansion of the fair, which has recorded a progressive increase in the number of exhibitors and collectors and continues to achieve greater and greeater recognition among operators, the event (under the artistic management of Andrea Bruciati since 2014) undertakes to perform an even more refined selection of the galleries it features and the collateral shows.

Since the first edition, ArtVerona has identified a distinctive style in the communication between modern and contemporary which has evolved over the years with innovative formats aimed at research and experimentation, and has always aimed to promote the Italian art system with the presentation of an “extended fair”. An appointment which doesn’t end with the days of the event itself, but which continues in time and space, with initiatives in which it is a real engine for the promotion of contemporary culture.

It is in this sense that we need to read projects like Raw Zone, Display, FOCUS XX, ARTES, i7 – spazi indipendenti, atupertu, LEVEL 0, ICONA and the articulate Acquisitions Plan,as tangible opportunities for growth and visibility for the different players in the art world; with a special consideration for younger interlocutors, implemented through a talent scounting activity.

This process is recognised by the ANGAMC – Associazione Nazionale delle Gallerie d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea and by the numerous national and local institutions with which it collaborates, which see ArtVerona as an appointment that is looked forward to and used as a reference by the art market.