ARCO 2023 will feature 214 art galleries from 37 countries

  • The 42nd session of the fair will be held from February 22 to 26

  • Programming will focus on the Mediterranean

ARCOmadrid 2023, Organized by Ifema, It celebrates its 42nd edition next February with a Mediterranean-focused program and a selection of 214 galleries from 37 countries.

The number of selected galleries is higher than the 2022 edition – consisting of 185 galleries from 30 countries -. The 42nd session of the exhibition will be held from From 22 to 26 February 2023.

The general program consists of 171 international galleries selected by the ARCO Organizing Committee, and this year about thirty galleries participating for the first time or returning after many years of absence join this section.

This is the case for names like Capitain Petzel (Berlin), Contemporary Fine Arts (Berlin), David Zwirner, Mendes Wood DM (Sao Paulo), Nicolai Wallner (Denmark), Rüdiger Schöttle (Munich), or Timothy Taylor ( London).

Names like Mehdi Chaouakry, Neugeremischneider, Perrotin, Ruth Penzacar, Chantal Croesel, Elvira González, Giorgio Persano, Helga de Alvear, Jocelyn Wolf, Krenzinger, Lilong, or Thaddeus Roback, among others, will repeat this year on the shortlist.

The art gallery has three curated sections. The main theme is this year’s theme of the exhibition, ‘The Mediterranean: A Round Sea’Curated by Marina Foukidis, with advice from Bouchra Khalili, Hila Peleg, and Pedro J. Romero.

Twenty galleries from 13 countries will participate in it, delving into the work of artists such as Anna Boujian, Iman Issa, Joumana Manna, Mohamed Bourouissa, Sylvina Der Mejerdichian, Stefania Strosa, Lea Estroch or Hana Mileti & cacute;.

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The other two curated sections are Opening by Allianz, which includes selections from the young international exhibition created by Julia Morandera and Yena Jiménez Sorel.

“Never the Same. Latin American Art”, curated by Mariano Meyer and Manuela Moscoso, will consist of a selection of artists from Latin America with 11 galleries such as Jacqueline Martins, Max Meyer, Karen Huber, Crisis, Proectus Ultravioleta and Hash.

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