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Artissima 2023




From 3 to 5 November 2023


An Artissima ticket grants you free access to the Gallerie d'Italia - Torino


Artissima Internazionale d'Arte Contemporanea di Torino, taking place from 3 to 5 November, is the leading fair in Italy dedicated exclusively to contemporary art. This thirtieth edition sees the participation of a total of 181 Italian and international galleries from 33 countries and four continents.

Intesa Sanpaolo is main partner of the Fair for the fourth year running.

In collaboration with partners and institutions, Artissima once again presents special artistic-cultural projects.

Artissima has a dual vocation, flanking a high-level market proposal with a cultural proposal capable of investigating new and different ways of presenting art.

The human condition @ Gallerie d’Italia - Torino
2023 sees the exchange between Artissima and Intesa Sanpaolo materialised in the production of the second edition of the exhibition of artistic films and videos conceived and produced in collaboration with Gallerie d'Italia - Torino.

The immersive space at Gallerie d'Italia hosts “The Human Condition”, an exhibition curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, art critic and independent curator. The exhibition of videos, many of them shown for the first time in Italy, will feature artists represented by the galleries participating in Artissima. The artists and galleries presented are: Adrián Balseca (MADRAGOA gallery, Lisbon), Seba Calfuqueo (MARILIA RAZUK gallery,  Sao Paulo and LAVERONICA gallery, Modica), Julian Charrière (Sies + Höke gallery, Düsseldorf), Tamara Henderson (RODEO gallery, London, Piraeus), Joan Jonas (Raffaella Cortese gallery, Milan), Ali Kazma (Francesca Minini gallery, Milan), Elena Mazzi (Ex Elettrofonica gallery, Rome), Uriel Orlow (mor charpentier gallery, Paris, Bogotá and LAVERONICA gallery, Modica), Shimabuku (ZERO gallery, Milan).

The videos will be broadcasted at Gallerie d’Italia – Torino from 3 to 5 November at the following times:

  • Friday 3 November from 3 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Saturday 4 November from 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
  • Sunday 5 November from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Last admission 90 minutes before closing.



The talk organized by Artissima in collaboration with the Alumni of Gallerie d'Italia Academy will take place Sunday 5 November at 12.30pm at the Meeting Point.

Starting from reflections on the importance of ongoing study and permanent updating, the encounter sets out to open a dialogue between students, academic institutions and specialists in the world of art and culture, with the goal of generating reflections useful for the art world and even more useful for students, the true protagonists of the discussion, creating an opportunity for interaction among different professional roles. Coordinated by Alice Manni with the contribution of Filippo Buccheri, the debate emerges from the synergies developed between Artissima and the course on “Management of artistic-cultural assets and corporate collections” organized by Gallerie d’Italia Academy of Intesa Sanpaolo with the support of Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo and Fondazione Cariplo, in collaboration with Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura and Digit’Ed, and the expert contribution of Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali. The talk stems from the results of an open call extended to students in the third iteration of the course, inviting them to develop an encounter on the issues of education within the contemporary scene.

Mediator: Guido Guerzoni (Professor at Bocconi University and Scientific Coordinator of Gallerie d’Italia Academy)

Speakers: Mattia Pozzoni (Art advisor), Alberto Fiore (Contemporary art specialist at Mazzoleni Gallery, London – Torino), Paola Manfredi (Founder and Director of PCM Studio), Giulia Ronchi (Director of Exibart), Marta Tosi (Board Member and Sales and Marketing Manager at Art Defender), Alice Manni (Art manager Mimmo Rotella Foundation), Sara Enrico (Artist), IULM, Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione di Milano