Main section: the section including the most representative galleries on the international art scene chosen by the Selection Committee of the fair.
New Entries: the section devoted to the most interesting young galleries that have been operating for less than five years and that are being presented for the first time at Artissima.Present Future: a by-invitation section including solo shows by emerging artists from around the world selected by a team of six international curators and presented by their galleries.
Back to the Future: a very unique section, in art fair with a strong flair for the latest experimentation, aimed at focusing the attention on artists who have played an important role in the history of contemporary art but who have not always received the visibility they deserve.
Art Editions: devoted to galleries and other spaces presenting editioned works, prints and multiples by contemporary artists.Among new developments in 2013, one should note that this will be the first year of One Torino, a major annual festival conceived and produced by Artissima and realised in collaboration with the city’s leading contemporary art institutions and exhibition venues.Artissima public opening dates and hours:7 November 2013 12 pm – Press Preview
12 pm – 6 pm – Collectors’ preview (upon invitation)
6 pm – Vernissage (upon invitation)
8-9-10 November 2013 Open to public
12 pm – 8 pmFor the complete programme check the website.
Phone: +39 011 19744106
Admission: Full: € 15,00; Reduced: € 10,00 (Ages 12-18. Over 65; University students, upon presentation of university student record book; Military, in uniform). Free admission upon presentation of a Torino Musei subscription and Torino Card, from 8 to 10 November. Free admission for persons with disabilities and one accompanying person.
Photo credits: 1. Hans-Peter Feldmann, All the clothes of a woman, Courtesy Galleria Massimo Minini, Photo Andrea Gilberti; 2. Yang Fudong, The Evergreen Nature of Romantic Stories (5), 1999, Courtesy the artist and Shanghart Gallery; 3. Marcos Lutyens, The Subjective Self: Twinnapse, 2013, Courtesy the artist and Arte Boccanera Gallery, Trento.