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The Flat + SARAHCROWNMilano, New York

The booth is a collaboration between The Flat-Massimo Carasi (Milan) and SARAHCROWN New York as the result of a proficous and continuous collaboration started more then one year ago.

The Flat is a contemporary art gallery, founded in Milan in 2002 in an apartment on the fifth floor of a historic building in the Porta Romana area.  At The Flat, domestic life of the Gallerists and art shows used to cohabited. Since 2008 the gallery has moved to a more comfortable and proper space of 250 square meters in the Porta Venezia area, which allows it to realize more ambitious projects. The gallery supports primarily emerging artists and also established ones that use a wide range of media and explore different fields including science and technology.   Represented artists include Hiva Alizadeh (Iran, 1989), Matthew Allen (New Zealand, 1986), Michael Bevilacqua (USA, 1966), Paolo Cavinato (Italy -1975), Inma Femenia (Espana, 1985), Michael Johansson (SE , 1975), Michelangelo Penso (Italy, 1964), Sali Muller (Luxemburg, 1981) and Leonardo Ulian (Italy, 1974)

SARAHCROWN is a New York based art consulting firm founded by art advisor and curator Sarah Corona. Sarah Corona is specialized in private sales, corporate art projects, and public art. The company has been operating in New York City since 2012, after gaining more than a decade of professional experience in the Italian and New York Gallery world. With +40 international art exhibitions, numerous public art installations, and +200 critical essays, catalog texts, and reviews, SARAHCROWN is one of the leading advisors when it comes to scouting emerging talent and to bringing art into the public realm.

Featuring Works By:

  • Hiva Alizadeh
  • Michael Bevilacqua
  • Dov Talpaz
  • Osaretin Ugiagbe
  • Leonardo Ulian