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MiArt 2008

MiArt 2008 - contactThe 13th edition of Milan’s International Modern and Contemporary Art Fair kicks off shortly, as you will see if you click on the link. I’ll be at the invitation-only inauguration which is on Thursday 4th April, camera in hand. The event is to be held at the Milan Fiera’s Milan location, which can be reached via Milan’s red metro line. You just get off at the Amendola Fiera station.

I’m going to have a general mosy around and with the intention of carrying out a little research into the contemporary art market, so that I can help Giancarlo Carlesso out more efficiently.

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