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ArtVerona 2018
Lupo Borgonovo, Alix (7 elements), Alix (3 elements), 2017 acrilico su carta, dimensioni variabili.


Verona Exhibition Centre – Hall 11-12

Ingresso Re Teodorico –

viale dell’Industria, 37135 Verona

The 14th edition of ArtVerona will be held from 12 to 15 October 2018 at Veronafiere

As authoritative point of reference in the world of contemporary art and in the European fair sector, ArtVerona is a compact and accomplished event that is attractive for its location, the quality of its offering and its relational vocation. Nomen omen. And with a “slow” approach, inclined towards research and experimentation. Under the artistic direction of Adriana Polveroni for the second year running, ArtVerona is consolidating its position, confirming its commitment to supporting an alternative kind of fair that is distinctive for its support of a new generation of collectors and for its promotion of the Italian art system, as proven by “#backtoitaly”, the event’s payoff that this year presents the theme “Utopia” as a horizon for reflection.

145 is the number of galleries selected to further define the specificity of the two pavilions: one with a net inclination towards historically contextualised post-World War 2 artists, and the other dedicated to new generation artists. 6 is the number of exhibition sections, reproposing Grand Tour, where the focus on Italy is revealed in the works of Italian artists or in an overview of our situation; Raw Zone, essential spaces for one show; Scouting, a research area hosting more complex projects; i9 – Spazi Indipendenti (Independent Spaces), a format dedicated to collectives and non-profit organisations engaged in contemporary art languages, and Main Section, focused on mid-career artists, as well as on Maestros and on the younger artists; a new entry is BoMA Best Of Modern Art, an accurate selection of modern art, in which the best Italian and foreign galleries can converge with specific focus on confirmed artists.

Once again the Fair will see a generous programme of acquisitions, competitions and prizes aimed at supporting the various actors of the network. Among the more prominent (Fondi Acquisizioni, Premio Icona, Premio Ottella, Premio Display) there is Level 0, an opportunity to establish a relationship between an artist – and his or her gallery – and an Italian museum (10 participated in this project in last year’s edition), with an increasingly consistent commitment to exalting the value and visibility of the artist selected. Another popular project is the Premio dedicato alla Fotografia (Photography Prize), a medium through which the new audiences often approach art as well as a medium of interest for more experienced collectors. ‘Atupertu’ has evolved into Io, l’opera e tu (I, the Artwork and you), entrusting to a specific work of art the task of triggering the dialogue between the artist, the curator and the visitor. Another comeback is Primo Amore (First Love), the platform that aims at directing the public towards high-quality artworks with affordable price tags, i.e. within 5,000 euros, to kindle the interest of new collectors. And to gratify the ever-growing number of collectors (480 guests in 2017), ArtVerona has strived to create an even more attractive VIP Programme.

Today the need is felt for a renovated profile of the collector. ArtVerona’s commitment is to contribute to this renovation by being a point of reference for young and new collectors. Important encouragement comes from the collectors’ association Consorzio Collezionisti delle Pianure, an expression of the varied and complex kind of entrepreneurship that has made North-Eastern Italy an area of excellence in the Made-in-Italy sector. This evolution and growth has been made possible also thanks to ArtVerona’s cooperation with ANGAMC – Associazione Nazionale delle Gallerie d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (National Association of Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries) and with the many national and regional institutions that see ArtVerona as a most-awaited cultural event highly considered by the art market.



Exhibitors’ list


Main Section

10 A.M. ART – Amart Gallery, Milano

A01 Art Gallery, Napoli

aA29 Project Room, Milano – Caserta – Praga (CZ)

ABC-Arte, Genova

ADD – Art, Spoleto

Aica – Andrea Ingenito Contemporary Art, Napoli – Milano

Annarumma, Napoli

Antigallery, Mestre

Francesca Antonini Arte Contemporanea, Roma

Apalazzo Gallery, Brescia

Ar.CO.IT, Milano

Area\B, Milano

Art Forum, Bologna

Artericambi, Verona

Artesanterasmo, Milano

Artesilva, Seregno (Mb)

Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologna

Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, Foiano della Chiana (Ar)

Galleria Bergamo, Bergamo

Boccanera, Trento

Galleria Giovanni Bonelli, Milano

Bonelli Arte, Canneto sull’Oglio (Mn)

Bonioni Arte, Reggio Emilia

Boxart Galleria d’Arte, Verona

Beatrice Burati Anderson, Venezia

C+N Canepaneri, Milano – Genova

Ca’ di Fra’, Milano

Maurizio Caldirola Arte Contemporanea, Monza

Cardelli e Fontana Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Sarzana (Sp)

Michela Cattai, Milano

Antonella Cattani Contemporary Art, Bolzano

Galleria del Cembalo, Roma

Galleria Clivio, Parma – Milano

Colophonarte, Belluno

Colossi Arte Contemporanea, Brescia

Conceptual Gallery, Milano

Contini Contemporary, Londra (GB)

Galleria Maurizio Corraini, Mantova

Lara & Rino Costa Arte Contemporanea, Valenza (Al)

Costantini Art Gallery, Milano

D406 Arte Contemporanea, Modena

Monica De Cardenas,Milano, Zuoz | St.Moritz (CH), Lugano (CH)

Galleria de’ Foscherari, Bologna

De Primi Fine Art, Lugano (CH)

Paolo Maria Deanesi Gallery, Trento

Dellupi Arte, Milano

Dep Art Gallery, Milano

E3 Arte Contemporanea, Brescia

Eidos Immagini Contemporanee, Asti

Galleria L’Elefante, Treviso

Federico Rui Arte Contemporanea, Milano

Galleria Ferrari, Treviglio (Bg)

FerrarinArteВ , Legnago (Vr)

Galleria Forni, Bologna

Frittelli Arte Contemporanea, Firenze

Galleria Doris Ghetta, Ortisei (Bz)

Galleria Giraldi, Livorno

Guidi&Schoen – Arte Contemporanea, Genova

Il Chiostro Arte Contemporanea, Saronno (Va)

Galleria Il Ponte, Firenze

Isolo 17 Gallery, Verona

Kanalidarte, Brescia

Kromya Art Gallery, Lugano (CH)

Labs Gallery, Bologna

L’Ariete artecontemporanea, Bologna

Lattuada Studio, Milano, New York (USA)

Galleria d’Arte L’Incontro, Chiari (Bs)

LM Gallery Arte Contemporanea, Latina

Luisa Catucci Gallery, Berlino (DE)

M77 Gallery, Milano

MAAB Gallery, Milano

Madeinartgallery, Milano

Magma Gallery, Bologna

Manuel Zoia Gallery, Milano

Galleria Marcolini, Forlì

Marignana Arte, Venezia

Galleria Anna Marra, Roma

Marso Gallery, CittГ  del Messico (MEX)

Massimodeluca, Venezia

MatГЁria, Roma

Mazzoleni, Torino – Londra (GB)

Metronom, Modena

MEVannucci Arte Contemporanea, Pistoia

MLB Maria LiviaВ Brunelli Gallery, Ferrara

Montoro12 Contemporary Art, Roma – Bruxelles (BE)

Nuova Galleria Morone, Milano

Morotti Arte Contemporanea, Daverio (Va) – Milano

Officine dell’Immagine, Milano

Galleria Open Art, Prato

Otto Gallery, Bologna

Galleria Pack, Milano

Paola Sosio Contemporary Art, Milano

Nicola Pedana Arte Contemporanea, Caserta

Galleria Poggiali, Firenze – Milano – Pietrasanta

PoliArt Contemporary, Milano

Progettoarte-elm, Milano

Prometeogallery di Ida Pisani, Milano – Lucca

Proposte d’Arte, Legnano (Mi)

Punto sull’Arte, Varese

Raffaella De Chirico, Torino

Studio d’Arte Raffaelli, Trento

RCM Galerie, Parigi (FR)

Galleria Michela Rizzo, Venezia

RizzutoGallery, Palermo

Galleria Rubin, Milano

Galleria Russo, Roma

Santo Ficara Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Firenze

Shazar Gallery, Napoli

Galleria Spazia, Bologna

Spazio Nuovo, Roma

Spirale Milano – Arte Polimnia, Milano – Brescia

Studio d’Arte Campaiola, Roma

Galleria Studio G7, Bologna

Studio Sales di Norberto Ruggeri, Roma

Studio Vigato, Alessandria

Tornabuoni Arte, Firenze – Milano – Forte dei Marmi (Lu) – Parigi (FR) – Londra (GB) – Crans-Montana (Ch)

Nicola Turco Arte Contemporanea, Parma

Valmore Studio d’Arte, Vicenza

Galleria Paola Verrengia, Salerno

Galleria VV8 Artecontemporanea, Reggio Emilia

White Noise Gallery, Roma

XXS aperto al contemporaneo, Palermo



Grand Tour

C-Gallery, Milano

Ermes-Ermes, Vienna (AT)

Madragoa, Lisbona (PRT)

Monitor, Roma, Lisbona (PRT)

Rolando Anselmi, Berlino (DE)

Vin Vin, Vienna (AT)




Clima Gallery, Milano

Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano

Ex Elettrofonica, Roma

Renata Fabbri Arte Contemporanea, Milano

Galleria Fuoricampo, Siena

MLZ Art Dep, Trieste

NAM project, Milano

Opere Scelte, Torino

Rita Urso – Artopiagallery, Milano

Eduardo Secci, Firenze – Pietrasanta

T293, Roma

The Gallery Apart,В Roma

Luca Tommasi, Milano

Villa Contemporanea, Monza

Z2O Sara Zanin Gallery, Roma



Raw Zone

A+B Gallery, Brescia

Cellar Contemporary, Trento

Fusion Art Gallery / Inaudita, Torino

Gilda Lavia, Roma

Ncontemporary, Milano – Londra (GB)

Traffic Gallery, Bergamo

UNA, Piacenza

Viasaterna, Milano



Focus on – Lituania

(AV17) Gallery, Vilnius (LT)

Contour Art Gallery, Vilnius (LT)

Meno Nisa Gallery, VilniusВ (LT)

Meno Parkas, Kaunas – Düsseldorf (LT)

The Rooster Gallery, VilniusВ (LT)



i9 – Spazi indipendenti

CUT, Prato

FuturDome, Milano

Impasse, Torino

Il Colorificio, Milano

IoDeposito, Treviso – Udine

La CasaforteВ S.B., Napoli

L’Ascensore, Palermo

Le Dictateur, Milano

Pelagica, Milano

Porto dell’Arte, Bologna

SpazioBuonasera, Torino

Standards, Milano

The View From Lucania, Potenza

Zoo Zone Art Forum, Roma



Editori / Riviste Bookshop

ANGAMC – Associazione Nazionale Gallerie d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Milano

Arte – Cairo Editore S.p.A., Milano

Arteecritica, Roma

Artforum International, New York (USA)

Artprice, Saint Romain Au Mont D’Or (FR)

Artribune, Roma

ATPdiary – Contemporary Art Online Magazine, Milano

Collezione da Tiffany, Firenze

Cura Magazine, Milano

Emmebi Arte e Libri, Milano

Espoarte Contemporary Art Magazine, Albissola Marina (Sv)

Exibart, Roma

Flash ArtВ , Milano

Il Giornale dell’Arte – Editrice Umberto Allemandi & C., Torino

Kings Art Bookshop, Milano

Manfredi Edizioni, Imola (Bo)

Maretti Editore,В Imola (Bo)

Mousse Magazine, Milano

Rivista Segno, Pescara

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