Roma Arte in Nuvola

First launched in September 2021, Roma Arte in Nuvola is the modern and contemporary art fair in the Italian capital. The fair takes its name from the venue, La Nuvola, built in 2016 by architects Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, which is the largest building to be constructed in Rome in 50 years. Curated by the art historian Adriana Polveroni and directed by Alessandro Nicosia – an expert in the organisation of cultural events and integrated communication for over 30 years – the fair, in two editions, has filled a gap in the proposal of the capital, becoming a hub for art collection in central and southern Italy. Roma Arte in Nuvola offers a high-level artistic and cultural proposal that represents all disciplines, from painting to installations, from sculpture to performances, from video art to digital art, to street art, bringing together the most important and renowned Italian and international galleries and presenting many special projects: exhibitions, installations and performances. It attracts not only collectors and insiders, but also a wider public in line with the strong inclusive and multidisciplinary vocation of the fair.

Roma Arte in Nuvola 2023


La Nuvola
Viale Asia 40 /44
00144 Roma RM


23 – 26 November 2023

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General Admission: TBA


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