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Art Fair: Artissima 2013 (over)

8 November 2013 until 10 November 2013
  Artissima 2013
 
 Artissima

Artissima
Via Bertola 34
10122 Turin
Italy (city map)

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ARTISSIMA 2013

7 November 2013
Press preview
Collectors' preview (by invitation)
Vernissage (by invitation)

Artissima is a window onto the most experimental frontier of the visual arts and attracts the interest of art professionals, the general public and the media, with 50.000 visitors and over 1.200 accredited journalists attending the fair in 2012.

Artissima’s features five major sections: Main Section, which includes the most representative galleries on the international art scene; New Entries, devoted to the most interesting young galleries; Present Future, a section by invitation characterized by solo shows of young international emerging artists; Back to the Future, a presentation of solo exhibitions by artists active in the 60’s and 80’s and selected by a jury of renown museums directors and curators; and Art Editions, devoted to galleries and other spaces presenting editioned works, prints and multiples by contemporary artists.

In 2013 Artissima will be inaugurating a far-reaching programme that features an outstanding selection of cutting-edge contemporary art galleries and a stunning calendar of parallel initiatives in collaboration with the city’s main institutions for contemporary art.

For the fourth consecutive year, the fair will take place in the spectacular premises of the Oval, an architecturally innovative pavilion with 20,000 mē of naturally lit space made for the Winter Olympic Games of Turin 2006, which proved to be an extremely effective setting for the event.
8-9-10 November 2013
Open to the public
All days
12.00 pm - 8.00 pm

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