MIA Photo Fair 2020 postponed to September

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MIA Photo Fair 2020 postponed to September
Luca Maria Patella, Terra animata (misurazioni della terra), 1967, stampa cibachrome, 67x100 cm., courtesy Galleria Il Ponte.

MILAN.- MIA Photo Fair, the most important photography art fair in Italy, is moving the 2020 edition to September.

The new dates are from THURSDAY 10th TO SUNDAY 13rd SEPTEMBER 2020, at The Mall, in the Porta Nuova district in Milan, alongside the Milan ArtWeek.

Thursday 19th March, on MIA PHOTO FAIR website (www.miafair.it) you will have the opportunity to admire a preview of the tenth edition.

“Since we understood that the coronavirus emergency would not have been resolved in a short time, together with my daughter Lorenza - says Fabio Castelli, founder of MIA Photo Fair – we have made every effort to define new dates that would allow us to defend the event, ensure the presence of our exhibitors and continue to consolidate the results achieved in the past 10 years of work together. To support the work of our exhibitors, in this moment of health restrictions that require us to stay at home, we will launch the virtual visit of the tenth edition of MIA Photo Fair on the opening day initially scheduled, that is Thursday 19th March. On the home page of our website, visitors will be able to access the online preview of the fair to see the galleries and artists who will participate in the event on the new dates next September ".

Tickets purchased by visitors and paper invitations sent will be considered valid for new dates.

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