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Cavallerizza Turin

Cavallerizza Turin

Cavallerizza Torino is the headquarters of Paratissima, a permanent incubator of events, exhibitions, courses and activities related to contemporary art.

Founded in 2005 as an annual fair for emerging artists, over the years Paratissima has created a network of events at a national level (and not only) whose mission has always been to give visibility and multiply the exhibition opportunities of artists and talents not yet fully recognized by the institutional dogs of contemporary art, also through the institution of prizes or projects that aim to promote emerging artists such as Art Production , where the selected artists are supported in the production of their works, created exclusively for Paratissima in limited editions, unpublished and valuable.

In 2021 Paratissima inaugurates the cycle of major exhibitions , a gallery dedicated to portraits of famous contemporary artists . In the new setting, large exhibitions will dialogue with projects that see emerging art as protagonists, artists beyond their age and artistic paths. No longer just a fair of emerging and independent artists, but a real cultural and exhibition format sui generis .

More and more open, dynamic, sustainable, flexible and increasingly multidisciplinary and international. A vision of contemporary art that emphasizes and strengthens the concept of "contemporaneity" in its most fertile aspects: innovation, change, requalification through culture, accessibility, enhancement of emerging talent, creativity .

Today Paratissima has an exhibition path of over 10,000 square meters that extends between the spaces of the Artillery, the Gallop, the Stables and the ground floor and the courtyard of the Manica del Mosca of the Royal Horse Riding Complex.

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Piazzetta Accademia Militare, 3
10123 Turin

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