The 26th miart - the International Modern and Contemporary Art Fair - is to take place from April 1st to 3rd, 2022, with a special VIP preview to be held on March 31st, 2022 at fieramilanocity_MiCo.






miart only accepts applications from national and international galleries specialising in modern and contemporary art and in limited-edition design.
Applications to take part in miart 2022 must be for specific sections of the show. Therefore, the application form must be filled in with the relevant information.

Galleries may apply for more than one section of miart. A separate application form must be filled in for every exhibition project.

The exhibition project is subject to payment of a €400.00 (+ VAT if required*) “exhibition project fee”. The organizers will only accept applications for which the fee has been paid. The exhibition project fee remains the same in the event of applying for more than one section of miart.

The number of galleries that can take part in the show is limited. Successful exhibitors/galleries will be selected by Fiera Milano, at its sole discretion, also based on assessments by the Selection Committee set up under the artistic direction of miart.
Should the proposal not be accepted, the organizers will withhold the “exhibition project fee” to cover operating expenses and the candidate gallery will not be entitled to any form of reimbursement.


The deadline to fill the form is December 10th, 2021.





The main section of miart will host — for the very first time together — galleries who present contemporary art in its strictest interpretation as well as galleries presenting works produced before the year 2000, in a selection ranging from the masters of modern art to the most recent new creations. In this section, miart will also be accepting applications from galleries in the field of collectible design, with special emphasis on the relationship between the visual and applied arts and on the design-oriented nature of exhibits. ALL applying galleries will be scrutinised by the selection committee and ALL the proposed projects will then be approved and eventually edited by a dedicated team of curators with the goal of presenting a coherent and orderly mix, promoting dialogue between galleries and between iconic artists and/or new talents, honouring tradition while looking boldly to the future.


A section that explores the history of the 20th century, divided by decades. Each booth, through a monographic or thematic exhibition, presents a key moment of the period in question, in a succession of projects dating from the 1910s to the 2010s.

Curated by:
Alberto Salvadori, Director, Fondazione ICA, Milan



A section for young galleries whose programming focuses on the latest generations.
The exhibition project can include at most 3 artists.
Collaborations between two galleries sharing a single exhibition project are welcomed.

Curated by:
Attilia Fattori Franchini, Independent Curator, Vienna