Main Section brings together outstanding galleries from the international art world: established names offer collectors and art lovers an event of the highest quality.
Monologue/Dialogue is reserved to emerging galleries or galleries with an experimental approach applying with either a monographic booth or with a dialogue of works by 2 artists.
New Entries presents the most interesting emerging galleries from the international art scene, that have been open less than 5 years and taking part in Artissima for the first time.
Art Spaces & Editions is a special section of Artissima exclusively devoted to galleries and non-profit spaces presenting editions, prints and multiples by contemporary artists.
Present Future showcases emerging talents, preferably less than 40 years old. The artists, presented by their reference galleries, are selected on the basis of a specific project.
The section features monographic projects with the goal of shedding light on new trends on the international art scene.
From this year, Present Future will once again be hosted in the fair pavilion and on a digital platform with an in-depth presentation.
Saim Demircan, independent curator and writer — Torino
Maurin Dietrich, director Kunstverein München — Munich
Back to the Future presents solo projects on great pioneers of contemporary art, whose work has played a key role in art history. The selection gathers artworks made from 1960 to the present and it aims to bring international artists who have played a fundamental role in contemporary art back into the limelight.
From this year, Back to the Future will once again be hosted in the fair pavilion and on a digital platform with an in-depth presentation.
Anna Gritz, diretctor Haus am Waldsee — Berlin
Balthazar Lovay, independent curator — Geneva
Disegni is the only section in Italian art fairs dedicated to this medium. It presents projects conceived as solo shows that enhance the authenticity and autonomy of the work on paper.
From this year, Disegni will once again be hosted in the fair pavilion and on a digital platform with an in-depth presentation.
Irina Zucca Alessandrelli, curator Collezione Ramo — Milano