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MIART – Milan’s International modern and contemporary art fair

From the 1st until the 3rd of April, 2022, Milan becomes a hub for contemporary art, modern art and limited edition design, thanks to MIART and its calendar full of events, that you will be able to reach easily with Milan public transport.

MIART is a fair where contemporary art, modern art and limited edition design interact with each other, exploring the relationship between the past and the present of creativity and presenting the widest chronological offer to the public, from the art of the beginning of the last century up to the works of the most recent generations.

Located in the stands of Fieramilanocity, Miart sees return or the arrival of over 150 galleries from more than 21 Countries presenting works by established contemporary artists, modern experts and young emerging artists. Among the artists starring at MIART, we highlight some that participated in Venice Biennale’s 59th International Art Exhibition, including Carla Accardi, Tomaso Binga, Miriam Cahn, Giulia Cenci, Gabriel Chaile, Loise Nevelson, Joanna Piotrowska, Grazia Varisco.

How to get to MIART with Milan Public Transport
MIART takes place in FieraMilanoCity (MiCo – Pav 3 – Gate 5 - viale Scarampo, Milan); you can easily get to MIART with all the main public transports:

- Underground - ATM Red Line M1 – Rho-Fieramilano stop

- Train - High-speed/Regional/Fast Regional/Trenord S5/S6/S11 – Rho Fiera station

- Bus - lines 528 or Z601

- Airport - Bus from Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio airports

 

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Milan Travel Card: It is possible to purchase the Milan Travel Card to have free access to public transportation, and discounts in many museums and attraction in Milan at the price of 11,50 € (for 24h), 17,50 € (for 48h) and 19 ,50€ (for 72h), click here for more information.