International Fair of Contemporary Art – ART-O-RAMA
Marseille, August 25th - 27th, 2017
- 17:00 - 20:30 Uhr 2017-08-26
- La Cartonnerie, La Friche la Belle de Mai
ART-O-RAMA, created in 2007, is the first international art fair in the South of France and has been developing a new format that makes its uniqueness ; each booth is considered as an exhibition space which architectural specificities lie on the gallery’s curatorial proposition for our fair. We allow gallery owners to present themselves under a unique and original light ; signing their artistic line in a space they have designed according to the project they have built with their artists.
ART-O-RAMA fosters meetings between contemporary art world actors and has made of its intimate format (around 20 curatorial projects) a stamp for quality of relations and artistic statements.
ART-O-RAMA is run by Jérôme Pantalacci and the art galleries selection shared with the members of the artistic committee.
curators tours talks organized by fondation d'entreprise ricard #marseillegalleryopening
HOURS Professional weekend on 25, 26 & 27 August, 2017 Friday August 25, 2017 5—8:30 PM Vernissage (by invitation only) Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August, 2017 3—8 PM
from August 28 to September 10, 2017
2—7 PM, Mondays to Fridays
1—7 PM on Saturdays and Sundays
5€ / 3€ reduced price
Tickets are sold at the reception/infos desk of La Friche la Belle de Mai on 41 rue Jobin and at La Cartonnerie on 12 rue François Simon.
As our VIP guest at ART-O-RAMA 2017 you will be among the first to experience the fair. Your VIP credentials will grant you access to a variety of programming including receptions, private collector tours and many other events that will take place during the fair.
Please contact Nadia Fatnassi to apply for VIP status.
Nadia Fatnassi email@example.com
The galleries' selection is made by the fair's artistic committee that gathers:
Davide Bertocchi, artist (Paris)
Marta Fontolan, gallerist (Gavin Brown's enterprise, New-York)
Josée Gensollen, art collector (Marseille)
François Ghebaly, Galerie François Ghebaly (Los Angeles)
Stefan Kalmár, director of ICA (London)
Joseph Kouli, art collector (Paris)
Antoine Levi, Galerie Antoine Levi (Paris)
Olivier Millagou, artist (Sanary-Sur-Mer)