9th Edition of MIA Photo Fair 2019
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Fair: 22 Mar – 25 Mar 2019
Thu 21 Mar
9th Edition of MIA Photo Fair
March 21–25, 2019
The Mall - Porta Nuova, Piazza Lina Bo Bardi 1, Milan
MIA Photo Fair, the international photography and moving image art fair of Italy, will stage its 9th edition in Milan from Friday, March 22nd to Monday, March 25th, 2019 at The Mall - Porta Nuova. The VIP opening will take place on Thursday, March 21st.
The 2018 edition of MIA Photo Fair welcomed more than 25.000 visitors, 90 galleries of which 37 from abroad with more than 300 exhibited artists, 20 specialized publishers, 12 independent artists and a rich cultural program, displaying events such as conferences and talks covering subjects from the photography market system and the world of collecting, book presentations and book signings within an exhibition area of 5.000 sq.mt. Excellent results in terms of visitors’ attendance and sales for the 8th edition of the Italian photography art fair with 80% of the galleries closing deals.
The fair also featured 3 sponsored awards: BNL BNP Paribas Group Award an acquisition award which enriches the Banks’s art collection, Eberhard & Co. Award devoted to photography archives and RaM Sarteano Award dedicated to the realization of a photographic exhibition at Rocca Manenti (located in Sarteano, Siena) addressed to Italian and foreign artists.
MIA Photo Fair offers the possibility to art collectors to enjoy a lively and innovative art event, experiencing a unique view in Italy on the photography art market, ranging from established to emerging artists. MIA Photo Fair has achieved the result of creating a new collectors’ base which approaches contemporary art through the collection of photography.