In Italy, modern and contemporary art sector has always been relegated to a secondary position, and this is quite evident in the way politics has underestimated its cultural and economic impact, which currently represents only 1% of the global market. In this context, in recent years, a structured and productive dialogue has begun between the institutions and associations representing the stakeholders in the world of modern and contemporary art. ANGAMC (National Association of Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries), also through the Apollo group, is actively involved in promoting fiscal and administrative reforms that would make the modern and contemporary art market more competitive and dynamic, preventing it from losing ground compared to other European countries.
With: Clarice Pecori Giraldi (Art Collection Management), Andrea Sirio Ortolani (President of
ANGAMC, Osart Gallery), Pietro Vallone (Council Member of ANGAMC, Galleria Massimo De
Moderator: Nicolas Ballario (Jorunalist, Sky Arte and Rai Radio 1)