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The exhibition is the result of the first collaboration between the Gallery and Habitat, the section of ArtVerona (13 - 15 October) that reconstructs immersive artistic environments. Paolini's installation accompanies works by Gianni Colombo and Marinella Pirelli that will be exhibited in the spaces of the fair.Read More
ArtVerona presents the exhibitors of the edition celebrating its 18th anniversary, to be held at Veronafiere, from 13 to 15 October, under the direction of Stefano Raimondi, with a private inauguration event on Thursday, 12 October.Read More
Under the art direction of Stefano Raimondi, ArtVerona 2023 will confirm its status as the elective venue for promoting the Italian art system and also consolidate its hands-on vocation through careful selection of the galleries taking part and its ability in promoting dialogue between collectors, institutions and entrepreneurs.Read More
Under the artistic direction of Stefano Raimondi, ArtVerona 2023 confirms itself as the opening event of the fall calendar of contemporary art fairs and stands as the venue of choice for the enhancement of the Italian art system.Read More
The winning work for the Icona Prize, which involves the acquisition of a work that symbolically represents the fair as an event that promotes the Italian art system and helps to delineate the contours of the contemporary art scene, has been announced.
Icona – the historic ArtVerona award – was assigned jointly to Mattia Barbieri, represented by Rizzuto Gallery(Palermo) and Angela Glajcar, represented by Antonella Cattani Contemporary Art (Bolzano).
In fact, the work acquired will remain on loan for one year to the Achille Forti Gallery of Modern Art in Verona: the artist and the gallery thus have a support that goes well beyond the temporal limits of the event, guaranteeing a museum itinerary and widespread visual circulation.
Angela Glajcar, represented by Antonella Cattani Contemporary Art, Bolzano.
Mattia Barbieri, represented by Rizzuto Gallery (Palermo), with the work Holy Fosbury, from 2022 (oil, tempera and cement on canvas, com 210×110)