MiArt, Milan takes up the art scene

MiArt, the international fair of modern and contemporary art in Milan, resumes the scene after 16 months of silence.

From 17 to 19 September, on the occasion of Art Week, and immediately after the Salone del Mobile 2021, MiArt is back in attendance, the first among the European fairs, as evidence of its international profile, with 145 galleries from 20 countries.


An important sign, dedicated to the world of art, which is inspired by beauty and culture, as a sign of hope for the future.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to present works by established but also emerging artists in the pavilions of Fiera Milano City, as well as on a practical digital platform.

All this leaving ample space for discussion and dialogue to discover (and rediscover) creations made from the twentieth century to today. A journey lasting more than a century to excite art lovers and professionals, collectors and enthusiasts who will make this 25th edition of the event special, directed by the new director Nicola Ricciardi.


MiArt 2021 presents itself with the claim “Fiorisce la fiducia” -Trust flourishes- and aims to restart the market for galleries and all those who daily contribute to making the universe of modern and contemporary art great.

Emanuela Zini
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