Peyman Hooshmandzadeh, Yasi Alipour, and Hadi Fallahpisheh at "Artissima 2022"02 Aug 2022
From November 4 to 6, 2022, the 29th edition of Artissima will be held in Turin, Italy. Artissima is the most important contemporary art fair in Italy and one of the oldest art events in Europe, founded in 1994. This art fair is an international art market that many galleries from all over the world participate in every year. 174 international galleries and 35 monographic projects are participating in this edition of Artissima. Artissima 2022 includes these 4 following sections:
- Main Section: in this section, 100 internationally known galleries will be present. Mohsen Gallery from Iran participates in this part of Artissima.
- New Entries: 15 newly established galleries will participate in this event for the first time.
- Art Spaces and Editions: including galleries, bookstores, and projects that are active mostly in the field of contemporary arts.
In addition, Artissima 2022 consists of three curated sections that will be presented both in person at the exhibition and online on a dedicated platform. These three sections are:
- "Disegni", which consists of 14 design projects on paper, curated by Irina Zucca Alessandrelli. Yasi Alipour's works will be presented in this part from Bavan Gallery.
- "Present Future" includes 11 monographic projects of new artists, whose curators are Saim Demircan and Maurine Dietrich. Efremidis Gallery, Berlin exhibits the works of Hadi Fallahpisheh in this section.
- "Back to the Future" consists of 10 projects that recover the pioneers of contemporary art and is curated by Anna Gritz and Balthazar Lovay. A solo show of Peyman Hooshmandzadeh is also presented in this section from AG Gallery. Hooshmandzadeh is a social documentary photographer who looks mostly for cultural and social signs to tell his stories. In addition to photography, he also has some experience with fiction and has published several series so far. Ab Anbar Gallery is another Iranian participant in this section.
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