Verona, 18 October 2022 -Over the three days of the Art Show - 14-16 October 2022 - total visitors were 13% up compared to 2021 and assessed the exhibition offering by 140 Italian and international galleries making up the panel of the event to be of excellent quality.Read More
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140 galleries have already signed up for the 17th ArtVerona, scheduled 14-16 October 2022, with preview by invitation on Thursday 13 October. They are joined by specific projects, independent realities, publishers and museums.Read More
Curated by Maria Chiara Valacchi
Visiting Curator, on the other hand, is the new multi-year project whereby ArtVerona invites important Directors and Curators of international museum institutions to discover the offering by ArtVerona galleries.
Curated by Elena Forin
The new project conceived for the 17th edition . “ArteMuseo Award” aims to create and develop dialogue and effective opportunities between 5 Italian museums and foundations and 5 artists presented at ArtVerona.
“ArteMuseo Award” is a multi-year project conceived by ArtVerona as an ideal continuation for LEVEL0, the format promoting collaboration between the various players in the art system – Art Fairs, Museums, Foundations, Galleries and Artists.
Curated by Jessica Bianchera and Marta Ferretti
in collaboration with Careof and Urbs Picta
CAMERA – Video Collections is a systematic sampling of works from several Italian and international video collections.
Curated by Stefano Arienti
in collaboration with Aquafil S.p.A.
The Red Carpet experiences continues as a way of making the event an engaging experience, where visitors becomes an integral part of the cultural proposal.
The protagonist of this edition is Stefano Arienti (Asola, Mantova, 1961), one of the most highly-regarded Italian artists on an international scale. On this occasion, he will create an entirely modular carpet measuring about 500 square meters, in ECONYL®, a nylon thread produced 100% from recycled plastic waste (fishing nets, carpets, fabrics, industrial waste, etc.) thanks to partnership with Aquafil S.p.A., one of the world’s leading exponents in the production of synthetic fibres from recycled materials.
Curated by Andrea Castrignano
Interior designer Andrea Castrignano has achieved a creative look for the hall and shared areas of ArtVerona 2022 by emphasising the concept of “hospitality” that characterizes the spirit of the fair. The objective is to develop functional design spaces as regards the work hosted by the show that are also enjoyable for visitors. The use of colour and the choice of fabrics, textures and materials will be harmonized with the context, leaving the leading role to art.
Curated by Saverio Verini
The format offers the public the chance to meet vis-à-vis the artists exhibiting their work at the Fair inside the galleries representing them. The starting point is a specific work capable of ‘speaking to the public’ also through the words of the artist and of the curator.
Curated by Maria Chiara Valacchi
Short 15-minute interviews intended to conduct a transparent investigation into the contemporary art system through the involvement of various culture-related figures, such as philosophers, collectors, artists, curators, institutional representatives who will be asked to reveal their thoughts about the current situation and the new, possible ways of handling it. This is an opportunity for exchange by sharing experiences of crisis and rebirth.
Every day of ArtVerona includes a meeting with the crucial figures of the contemporary art system in Italy, figures who also play an important role at ArtVerona 17.
In dialogue with Stefano Raimondi and Stefano Baia Curioni
Friday 14 October at 3.00 pm
Giorgio Andreotta Calò
In dialogue with Elena Forin
Saturday 15 October at 3.00 pm
Matteo Piccioni, Fabio De Chirico and Danilo Ruggiero
In dialogue with Giulia Floris
Sunday 16 October at 12.00
@ Recharge Room, Galleria dei Signori, ArtVerona