Thursday, March 20, 2008 2:00:21 PM
Dates16-21 April 2008.
Open to public on Sunday, April 20VenueMilan Fairgrounds, Rho
Entrance gates: Porta Est, Porta Sud, Porta OvestOpening hours9.30 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.Pavilions 2008
Euro 20.00 one entrance card
Euro 40.00 three-entrance card
Euro 52.00 six-entrance card
Euro 15.00 reduced one entrance card for students
The pass is strictly personal.
Every entrance into the fairgrounds will be deducted from your pass.
Tickets valid only for the general public visiting the shows on Sunday, April 20
Euro 30,00 Ticket for Two
Euro 35,00 Family ticket
(valid for 2 adults + 1 child under 18)
Both tickets are valid for one admission onlyCatalogue
The catalogue will be on sale at the Fairgrounds as of the first day of the event.
After the show closes, the catalogue for this and all previous editions can be purchased from the publishers:
Foro Buonaparte 65
tel. :+39/0286915663 - fax :+39/0286915037e-mail
Wednesday, June 13, 2007 3:15:37 PM
The 52nd International Art Exhibition from La Biennale di Venezia, entitled Think with the Senses – Feel with the Mind. Art in the Present Tense
, will take place in Venice from June 10 to November 21
The director of the 52nd International Art Exhibition is the American curator, critic and artist Robert Storr
The exhibition venues are the Italian Pavilion and the national pavilions at the Giardini, the Corderie and the Artiglierie at the Arsenale, as well as other venues in Venice.
Thursday, February 22, 2007 3:55:27 PM
The signs of reprisal in the furniture sector form the background to all the preparatory work going into the next edition of i Saloni which, like last year, will be held in the New Milan Fairgrounds in Rho
from 18th to 23rd April
. It will also host the Salone Internazionale del Mobile
, the International Furnishings Accessories Exhibition
Along with the general financial expectations, there is the amazing success of the 2006 edition to consider – here are just some of the figures: 2,578 exhibitors, 229,059 square metres, 223,138 visitors, of whom 123,391 came from 146 different countries and 4,128 journalists, of whom 2,065 came from 57 different countries – and this year the fact that demand from exhibitors and for exhibition space has far outstripped supply means that yet again we are taking on the challenge of both the exhibition and the sector with tremendous optimism.