Michelangelo Pistoletto, QRcode Possession – Self-Portrait, 2022 © Courtesy Cittadellarte
Torino Art Week 2023
November 2023
TAW / Various Locations
Turin, Italy

Turin is getting ready to host its annual Torino Art Week. With a shared objective of institutional and collateral art fairs, and the participation of museums, galleries and independent spaces all over the city, Torino Art Week 2023 opens the first week of November with a huge calendar of events that will fill the city with artworks from varying places and periods, investigating the most poignant questions of our time through art.

Participatants include Artissima, Camera Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, OGR, Flashback, Mucho Mas!, Recontemporary, The Others, Galleria Giorgio Persano, Castello di Rivoli, Fondazione Merz, Gallerie d’Italia, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Galleria Franco Noero, and Société Interludio, among many others.

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