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Art and Design in Milan: collaboration available for the MiArt 2020 and Design week 2021

We are proud to inform you that our Sponsor, the Luxury Brand Vittorio Martire makes its exhibition space in Milan available for collaborations with artists and designers on the occasion of the Miart exhibition 11 – 13 September, 2020 and Design week 13 – 18 April 2021.

The venue is strategically located: the luxurious showroom is located inside Palazzo Borromeo, home to several prestigious art galleries, including the renowed “Pandolfini casa d’aste” and nestled in the Monte Napoleone district which is part of the “percorso interni”, an itinerary created specifically for the Design Week.

Miart is a fair where contemporary art, modern art and limited edition design interact with each other, exploring the relationship between the past and the present of creativity and presenting the widest chronological offer to the public, from the art of the beginning of the last century up to the works of the most recent generations. The prestigiuos location of Vittorio Martire’s showroom inside the Palazzo Borromeo, makes it a perfect venue to host art exhibit and events.

The “Salone del Mobile” and “Fuorisalone” define Milan’s Design Week, premiering the latest trends for the forthcoming year and heralding a tidal wave of events, exhibitions and presentations. Moreover, during Milan Design Week many important brands located in the design districts introduce their new collections and host special events with live music and entertainment for a totally unmissable extravaganza. Beign in the very heart of the Montenapoleone District, the showroom, beautifully located inside Palazzo Borromeo, offers tremendous exposure and excellent connectivity.

Exposing at Vittorio Martire’s would provide the tremendous opportunity to link your name with the excellency of Made in Italy and to launch extraordinary synergies with the Milanese brand.

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