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Browse a range of artworks and more from our 2017 Milan fair 

With artwork by established names sitting alongside work by the emerging stars of tomorrow, there will be an eclectic mix of artwork to suit every taste and pocket at the 2017 edition of the Affordable Art Fair Milan.

From left to right:
1. Lorenzo Taini, 'Punizione Arancio', Morotti Arte Contemporanea
2. Riccardo Guarneri, 'Tre Rettangoli', Linking Art
3. Ralph Hall, 'Le Coq', Independent Artists
4. Tea Falco, 'L’Effetto Della Causa', Gli Eroici Furori Arte Contemporanea
5. Kazz MORISHITA, 'Blossoms', Ginza Gallery G2
6. Susan Lee, 'White Wave', Galeria Gaudi
7. Kinchoi Lam, 'Parallel', Eye Contemporary Art
8. Jo Youngjae, 'White Dog', Gallery A-Cube
9. Cristiano Ossoli, 'La Scatola Magica', Federica Morandi Art Projects
10. Simone Geraci, 'Der Traum', Burning Giraffe Art Gallery
11. NOBA, 'Thinking About A Revolution', Pisacane Arte
12. Nathalie Cohen, 'Azoar Acidule', Art in Eyes
13. Sogen Chiba, 'Hinotori', Kitai
14. Laurence Jones, 'Pool Study', Rebecca Hossack Gallery
15. Richard Heeps, 'Pink Floral Dress', Bleach Box Photography Gallery
16. © Werner Pawlok, 'House of Savreda', LUMAS


Interested in gaining a new perspective of the fair? Why not explore the art on show in your own self-guided tour! We have mapped some themed paths through the fair for you to enjoy discovering our photo galleries, the ‘rising stars’ in our Young Talents Exhibition and a very special selection just for kids, in your own time and at your own pace.

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Affordable Art Fair Milan presents a renewed Young Talent launch platform dedicated to young and emerging artists. For the seventh edition, three young curators from CAMPO - the curatorial course by Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo – will present the rising stars of the future, for you to discover directly at the fair. Let’s meet the curators!

Gianpaolo cacciottolo 

Gianpaolo Cacciottolo 
Salerno, 1987

Art critic and independent curator, who lives and works between Salerno and Naples. He graduated in Science of Cultural Heritage at the University of Salerno and, at the same University, in Art History and Criticism with a thesis about Harald Szeemann. He is contributor for Italian and International magazines of Contemporary Art. He was the curator of a series of group exhibitions of young artists from the province of Salerno between 2013 and 2014. He was selected by Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo for edition 2015/2016 of CAMPO.

Elisa Torchio

Elisa Torchio 
Moncalieri, 1993

Communication and Valorization of Contemporary Artistic Assets graduate from the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, she presented the thesis: Organizzazione percettiva: La teoria della Gestalt applicata all'allestimento. During her academic career, she was awarded two scholarship in order to move to Istanbul where she attended her last year at Dogus University and Varsavia to undertake an internship at Lokal_30 Gallery. Soon after she attended the fourth edition (2015) of the specialised course for curators from CAMPO at the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin. At the moment, she lives and works in Venice where she is attending courses for the second level degree of Art History and Conservation of Cultural Heritage at Ca'Foscari University of Venice, moreover she is working as an intern at the cultural association IoDeposito for the artistic review B#side War Festival.

Alessandro Ferraro

Alessandro Ferraro 
Genoa, 1990

Curator and art historian, lives and works in Genoa. After getting a first level degree about Conservation of Cultural heritage and a second level degree revolving around Art History and Valorization of Cultural Heritage at Genoa University. In 2015 he attended CAMPO15: a course regarding curators at Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, furthermore in that Foundation he supervised the exhibition Piigs: an alternative geography of curating and at Entr'Acter Gallery of Genoa the exhibition Identigod. As well as being a writer for Exibart and Alfabeta2, he appears as one of the members of the scientific committee of the Archive Valerio Miroglio. His research includes post-war Italian art, visual studies, and their influence over contemporary arts.


The 'Warsteiner Art Battle' is a special award organised by our Main Partner, Warsteiner beer. Several street artists will compete to win the Warsteiner Art Battle 2017 by painting a ‘live’ work during our opening night. Last year, artist Vast and his brightly colours canvas won the coveted award, who shall win this year?!


This year, the Affordable Art Fair Milan is delighted to present Art Sweet Art: a platform designed by Laura Caruso and Saverio Verini and dedicated to setting up artist residencies in private homes. Art Sweet Art proposes an alternative type of collecting: artists and buyers meet in the domestic space and work together to create a piece in which both parties are an active part of the creative process, and in doing so, challenges the normal roles of artist and patron.

Coming to Milan for the very first time, Art Sweet Art's founder will be on hand at the fair to chat and demonstrate their projects, with help from interesting video footage and images of residences they have previously arranged. Alongside them, Pogovic Photo Circus are here to take creative portraits of you! Using Polaroid PoGo thermo paper, they treat their images with water, fire, acetone, sandpaper and various other materials to create unusual and entirely unique portraits.

Image of Pogovic Photo Circus

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