MIA PHOTO FAIR 2015

April 11th – 13th | The Mall, Milan

 

For its fifth edition, MIA Photo Fair moves its exhibition venue to The Mall, a multifunctional space located in Porta Nuova, in the heart of Milan’s center with an exhibition area of ​​over 5.000 square meters.

At its 5th event, MIA Photo Fair gets a public record (+ 10% over 2014) and sales outcomes. The fair confirms a good balance with 22.000 visitors who crossed the The Mall threshold.

In this edition, one of the most interesting novelties is the expanding of MIA Photo Fair’s format: for the opening of EXPO 2015, through the inauguration of a section where visitors can present more artists with projects designed around the theme of EXPO 2015, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”.

A successful cultural program, enhanced with previous editions and embellished by the participation of large international guests, as in the case of Gianluigi Ricuperati’s speech, interdisciplinary curator for MIA Photo Fair 2015, to which a large audience participated.

Given the excellent results achieved in past editions, this edition of MIA Photo Fair proposes within its Codice MIA program and confirms all the other awards in collaboration with the main sponsors BNL – BNP Paribas and Lavazza; the sponsor Eberhard&Co., My Lifestyle and Nital; the patronage of institutional bodies such as the Lombardy Region, the Metropolitan City and the Municipality of Milan.

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