Amber Andrews

Amber Andrews, "Hot Lemon For A Good Digestion," 2020, Oil on linen
, 37 3/4 × 29 1/2 inches; courtesy of the Artist and Antoine Levi/Ciaccia Levi, Paris.

Jannis Kounellis

Jannis Kounellis, "Mensola," 1980, Steel, plaster, paint, glass, tape and cloth, 48 x 23 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches; courtesy of Cardi Gallery.

Yael Bartana

Yael Bartana, "Bury Our Weapons, Not Our Bodies! (5)," 2018, Color photograph, 30 × 45 cm; courtesy of the artist and Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milano.

Inge Mahn

Inge Mahn, "Gestiefelte Saeule (Column in boots)," 2016, plaster, metal, rubber boots, 213 x 37 x 37 cm; courtesy of the artist and Kadel Willborn.

David Hockney

David Hockney, "Pictures at an Exhibition," 2018, Photographic drawing printed on paper, mounted on Dibond, Edition of 25, 23 3/4 x 76 1/4 inches; © David Hockney assisted by Jonathan Wilkinson, courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Lelong.

Gerda Scheepers

Gerda Scheepers, "Untitled," 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 70 x 90 x 3.2 cm; courtesy of the Artist and blank projects

Gio Ponti

Wall lamp mod. 12661 by Gio Ponti Italy, 1957, Arredoluce production Brass, metal, 31.5 x 37 x 11 cm; courtesy of Nilufar Gallery.

"Transmission" for miart 2020

"Transmission" for miart 2020; photo by Alessandro Furchino Capria, art direction by Mousse Agency, courtesy of miart.

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miart 2020 Introduces First Digital Edition

Fiera Milano’s miart will debut its premier digital edition from September 11—13, with special VIP access on September 9 and 10. Organized with the help of Artshell, the online fair will continue miart’s mission to support dialogue between contemporary and modern art, as well as collectible design.

Offering galleries a means of sharing both works for sale and multimedia content, the virtual fair has been designed to assist presenters in promoting artists and content related to shows held at their venues. The virtual model features an instant chat function, allowing for immediate, effective communication between galleries, collectors, and art professionals.

Exhibitors include names like 10 AM Art, Galleri Feldt, A plus A, Gagosian, Eva Presenhuber, Michela Rizzo, The bridge, Lia Rumma, Gladstone, Herald St, Marian Goodman Gallery, Eidos Contemporary Images, Marcorossi contemporary art, Thomas Schulte, Repetto Gallery, and Rita Urso.

The digital fair coincides with ArtWeek events by the Municipality of Milan, taking place at the city’s public and private art spaces. Acting as a platform to foster new connections and continue existing dialogues in the art world, the 2020 digital edition of miart anticipates both a physical and virtual fair in April 2021.


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