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MIART Gallery

MIART Gallery - Milan
Modern and contemporary art

For over forty years, the Miart Gallery has represented an important reality in the art world. Present in Milan with its headquarters in via Brera 3, it has created a diversified and dynamic network at an international level.

Antonio Miniaci is the founder, flanked by his daughter Ilaria and a competent and always available staff, he created a lively and stimulating cultural salon, where you can meet artists, critics, journalists, but also collectors, art lovers and simple curious.

Miniaci creates its first gallery in Positano, shortly after it is the turn of Capri and San Gimignano, but here is a second and third gallery also in Positano.

It was in the late eighties that Antonio Miniaci began his adventure abroad: Anguilla, New York, but in the meantime still in Italy, Venice and Milan.

Milan will become the headquarters of the Miart Gallery; the last adventure in chronological order is that of 2013, when Miniaci opens in fervent Miami.

The gallery owner would like to underline that the next trip will undoubtedly be the most interesting one!

The exhibited artworks

The doors of the galleries that belong to Miart Gallery are always open, for an ever greater usability of art and for loyal customers who know they can find a varied and top-level proposal.

Historicized, contemporary artists with an important path developed internationally, to reach young people emerging from talent and interesting prospects.

Discover the artists

The doors of the galleries that belong to Miart Gallery are always open, for an ever greater usability of art and for loyal customers who know they can find a varied and top-level proposal.

Historicized, contemporary artists with an important path developed internationally, to reach young people emerging from talent and interesting prospects.

Discover the artists

For over forty years, the Miart Gallery has represented an important reality in the art world. Present in Milan with its headquarters in via Brera 3, it has created a diversified and dynamic network at an international level.

 
Information
Gallery
Address
Via Brera 3, 20121 (MI) Italy
Phone
+39 02 8053943
+39 340 287 1196
Email
info@miartgallery.it
Opening time
Monday - Friday
11 - 22
Saturday - Sunday
11 - 22
The artists in the gallery

For over forty years, the Miart Gallery has represented an important reality in the art world. Present in Milan with its headquarters in via Brera 3, it has created a diversified and dynamic network at an international level.

Find out more

Antonio Miniaci is the founder. Flanked by his daughter Ilaria and a competent and always available staff, he created a lively and stimulating cultural salon, where you can meet artists, critics, journalists, but also collectors, art lovers and simple curious.

Miniaci creates its first gallery in Positano, shortly after it is the turn of Capri and San Gimignano, but here is a second and third gallery also in Positano.

It was in the late eighties that Antonio Miniaci began his adventure abroad: Anguilla, New York, but in the meantime still in Italy, Venice and Milan.

Milan will become the headquarters of the Miart Gallery; the last adventure in chronological order is that of 2013, when Miniaci opens in fervent Miami. The gallery owner wishes to underline that the next trip will undoubtedly be the most interesting one!

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MIART Gallery

Antonio Miniaci

Antonio Miniaci is the founder. Supported by his daughter Ilaria and by a competent and always available staff.

Miniaci has created a lively and stimulating cultural salon, where you can meet artists, critics, journalists, but also collectors, art enthusiasts and simple onlookers.

Miniaci creates its first gallery in Positano, shortly after it is the turn of Capri and San Gimignano, but here is a second and third gallery also in Positano. It is in the late eighties that Antonio Miniaci began his adventure abroad: Anguilla, New York, but in the meantime still in Italy, Venice and Milan, the latter will become the headquarters of the Miart Gallery.
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