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Art | October 31, 2017 |

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Artissima
Oval, Lingotto Fiere Torino
From 02 to 05 November 2017

 

Open to the public Artissima 2017 will inaugurate on Thursday 2 November, welcoming visitors from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 November at the OVAL in Torino.

 

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The 24th edition of the fair will take place for the first time under the guidance of Ilaria Bonacossa, appointed as director in December 2016. Artissima confirms its position as a unique event on the European cultural scene, attracting galleries, artists, collectors and sector professionals from all over the world.

 

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Renowned on an international level for its focus on experimental practices and constant innovation from one year to the next, in 2017 the fair will feature a series of new developments that will impact both its programme and organisation.

 

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Besides the recently announced Disegni (Drawings) section, the revised team of curators and an innovative digital platform, Artissima will be enhanced by further ideas and initiatives: a special exhibition project, the “Deposito d’Arte Italiana Presente” (Warehouse of Present-Day Italian Art), a trailblazing programme of talks and a renewed architectural layout for the fair pavilion.

 

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