Pordenone Antiquaria and Pordenone Arte

Pordenone Antiquaria
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The two main regional market exhibitions Pordenone Antiquaria and Pordenone Arte are back in attendance.
The 12th edition of the event dedicated to antiques and the 5th event focused on modern and contemporary art are taking place in the central pavilion of the Pordenone fair, where they opened on 30 April and ended on Sunday 8 May.
The two events are an important opportunity, as an alternative to the classic markets, for those looking for a guaranteed purchase that is also a safe investment. They also represent an engaging moment to cultivate a passion for art or approach this world for the first time.

Enlarged spaces for antiques

A new organizational structure supports Pordenone Fiere in the organization of Pordenone Antiquaria, an event that has now become the most important and richest antiques market exhibition in Friuli Venezia Giulia and one of the most popular in the entire North-East.
For 9 days, the 4,000 square meters of Hall 5 become a showroom for about 60 antique dealers and art dealers from all over Italy, selected for their high professional level and proven experience. The public can observe, study and possibly buy the best of furniture collections – even for outdoor use – silverware, marble, wooden statues, paintings, sacred art, porcelain, oriental carpets, tapestries, majolica, diamonds, jewels and much more.
Several collateral exhibitions flank the exhibition stands to make the offer to the visitor of Pordenone Antiquaria even richer https://www.pordenoneantiquaria.it/. Some mosaics will be present at the fair that reproduce those present in the basilica of Aquileia made by the Mosaic School of Spilimbergo to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the foundation of this world-famous school. In 1922 the sculptor Augusto Murer was also born, celebrated with a collateral exhibition full of his works.

Art “invades” Pordenone

Pordenone Arte presents about 20 exhibitors in 1000 square meters of pavilion 5, including galleries and studios of individual artists. On display works of contemporary art ranging from painting to traditional and digital sculpture from Italy and abroad. There is also an Istanbul gallery with paintings by internationally renowned Turkish and Italian artists. A showcase for young emerging artists who can meet potential gallery owners and buyers at the fair.
Also on the occasion of this 2022 edition of Pordenone Arte, the Fuori Salone initiative is repeated, involving the city, home to an exhibition dedicated to a local artist for 3 years now. After Lucchi in 2019 and Celiberti in 2020, this year’s tribute is dedicated to Umberto Martina, an artist born in Dardago di Budoia in Friuli on 12 July 1880 and who died in Tauriano on 14 January. 1945. The exhibition “Between sacred and profane” is dedicated to him, created in collaboration with the Municipality of Pordenone which will open at Palazzo Ricchieri on 7 May.