Roma – The Road to Contemporary Art will be held from May 6-8, 2011, at MACRO Testaccio in Rome, Italy. It is one of the finest international events dedicated to contemporary art sector in Italy. Numerous curators, art collector, gallery owners, artists, museum directors, critics and related professionals from world over look forward to an opportunity to avail business class discounts offered by various international airlines
and fly cheap business class to Rome to attend the show. The fourth edition of this incredible contemporary art event would be presented in collaboration with several Roman institutions, such as the MACRO and MAXXI museums, private art foundations, galleries, academies and foreign cultural institutes.
Roma – The Road to Contemporary Art event would be dedicated to the most representative names on the international art scene, well known and renowned for the quality of their artistic program. Book your business class seats
well in advance and travel by business class flights to Rome
on schedule to see about 70 galleries from across the world being featured, duly selected or invited by a professional team of Artistic Advisors. The show will exhibit a wide range of products including painting, sculptures, graphics art and many more. The visitors here would get unique opportunity to see and buy artworks by some of the world’s leading or emerging artists of the international artistic scene. Besides, the visitors will also be able to discover inspiring contemporary art work and directly interact with the leading artists here.
The leading international contemporary art show is a not-to-be-missed event. Arts aficionados need to make early booking of their business class tickets in order to travel by cheap business class flights to Rome to see the different galleries here. The show offers galleries three different application possibilities: The Fair, Start Up, and Out of Range. The section called ‘The Fair’ is reserved for galleries of modern and contemporary art that operate on the international art scene. The ‘Start Up’ section is reserved for the emerging galleries, where exhibitors would be selected by an international team of curators. The selection would be based on the projects proposed, of a single artist and up to three artists. ‘Out of Range’ will be an open air exhibition devoted to large-scale works, which will be selected from galleries participating in this section by a committee of international curators.