The legacy banking foundation buying up works at Artissima for Turin’s major museums

Fondazione Arte CRT’s new chief wants to bring art to the masses via public art programmes

Art fairsanalysis

‘We can feel instability’: Italian dealers weigh up the market at Artissima in Turin

Sales were brisk at the VIP preview of the fair's 30th edition, but "jitters" can be felt against an uncertain geopolitical backdrop

‘Accelerator’ Artissima marks its 30th anniversary

Italy’s leading contemporary art fair embraces its ‘start-up’ ethos

Art fairsanalysis

Artissima fair in Turin returns with zero Covid restrictions and moderate sales

As with year's previous, work at lower price points does well at Italy's most cutting-edge commercial art event

'No one sells quickly at Artissima—but collectors will always come': the convivial Italian fair that is home of the slow sales movement—and good food

Turin's truffle season would normally attract Chinese collectors to the event, but with travel restrictions keeping Asian buyers away, loyal Italian collectors hold the fort


What is a football club doing at an art fair?

It's not just about money—credibility is a factor too

Art marketanalysis

Witchy works cast a spell at Turin's Artissima art fair

Feminine power and the occult permeate the Italian event and the city beyond


Artissima makes some noise with a new section for sound-based art

The Italian contemporary art fair is looking into cutting edge works this November

Turin exhibition dwells on contemporary art's futile obsession with the new

OGR's first show remixes the city's collections from antiquity to present, reflecting on the over production of contemporary art and the fact nothing is new

Back to the future: Artissima to champion 80s art and new talent

New director Ilaria Bonacossa introduces a drawings section and plans to return Turin fair to its experimental roots