Arte Fiera 2014 will be held at BolognaFiere, in Bologna (Italy), from 24th to 27th January 2014.
The selected Galleries are 172: 120 modern and contemporary art galleries, of which around 10 devoted to late 19th century art, 20 specialized in photography, 10 with a focus on Eastern Europe, 15 on the Solo Show and 7 exhibiting New Proposals (section devoted to young artists).
More than 2000 works will be exhibited with more than 1100 artists presenting their work, ranging from well-known established figures to up and coming contemporary artists, little known masterpieces from Eastern Europe together with acclaimed late 19th century Italian and foreign artists, and great photographers, categories marking some of the main new features of this year’s event. Additional exhibitors include more than 30 publishing houses, bookshops specializing in art, and museums.
For further information and a full list of exhibitors check the Arte Fiera website.
Preview by invitation only
Thu, Jan 23 | 12 – 9 pm
Fri 24 to Sun 26 Jan | 11am – 7pm
Mon Jan 27 | 11am to 5pm
Arte Fiera, BolognaFiere, Viale della Fiera, 20, 40127 Bologna
+39 051 282111
Daily ticket: € 20,00 4-day ticket: € 35,00 3-day ticket: € 33,00 2-day ticket: € 30,00. Discounted tariff for groups (from 15 people): € 15,00 per person 50% discount for students + free entrance for 1 accompany person. The group leader shall present the full name list on headed paper of the school and responsible signature. Free entrance for holders of Carta Giovani (Bologna and province). Disabled people can pick their free of charge ticket up at the ticket office. Their accompany person can purchase the ticket at the entrance. The accompany person of motor disable people will be admitted free of charge. All tickets of Arte Fiera 2014 allow the free entrance to the Institution Bologna Musei and Genus Bononiae from January 24 to 27, 2014 according to their opening times.
- Photo credits:
1. Tim Biskup: DoomLoop #22 e #23, 2012, grafite e cel-vinyl su tela, 122×122 cm, Courtesy of the artist and of Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea; 2. Loris Cecchini: Sinapsis paradigms and Micrologies IV, 2012, Courtesy of the artist and of Galleria Continua