Everything is set for Market Art Fair from 24th -26th March in Stockholm. On the occasion of the fair, one might also seize the opportunity to visit the capital of Sweden famous for its parks, canals and of course it is connected with the field of design and architecture. It is no coincidence than that the Market Art Fair takes place in Stockholm where you can breathe sea air steeped in Art and international influences .
Think of the great artistic inspiration in the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm where visitors can marvel at interesting collections from the 20th century until today comprising works by Dalì, Picasso, Matisse and Derkert.
The 12th edition of Market Art Fair gathers galleries from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland showing amazing works at this northern fair leader in Contemporary Art.
Market Art Fair was conceived in 2006 thanks to enthusiasts of the field presenting events linked to the fair such as conferences, projects and VIP programs yearly.
The curious, galleries and art dealers of Northern Europe are used to finding cues at Market Art Fair whose presentation is on March 23rd. It will take place in Färgfabriken, Stockholm, not far from Liljeholmen underground station reached by T13 and T14 lines. Another way to access the venue is via a free shuttle service or by bus, tramway or taxi.
For those who wish to have a guided tour, the languages available are Swedish and English. Admission tickets are for one day or three days, you can purchase them at the entrance of the fair or online. Inside Market Art Fair 2017, there is a section dedicated to only Northern artists named Market Feature by Index, The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation.
An exclusive event gathering enthusiasts and professionals of Contemporary Art which gives the chance to lose oneself in the inspiration many artists of our time offer.
Furniture, installations, unconventional paintings: that and more is at Market Art Fair, an event with northern appeal able to involve and arouse passion in visitors from all over the world.
For further information: www.market-art-se
Article by Francesca Martire
English translation by Chiara Vilmercati