PAM – Photo Art Market in Naples

PAM - Photo Art Market 17-19 maggio Palazzo Fondi

The PAM – Photo Art Market, the itinerant market of art photography for everyone, returns in the wonderful courtyard of Palazzo Fondi which will frame a sort of Montmartre of photography.

In recent years we have witnessed an exploit of the production of photographic images with particular artistic connotations such as to enter the collecting market. Images realized not only by great authors, but also by young emerging artists who are now present in the main art and photography shows around the world.

Unfortunately these art images have often market quotations for a limited target.

As part of the Photo Art Market, created by the Photo  Polis Association, in collaboration with Palazzo Fondi, professional photographers and new emerging realities will instead propose signed and limited edition images for everyone.

The first photography market in Naples where you can meet the authors of the works and buy their images at affordable prices.

Photo Art Market aims to be an itinerant event in original and welcoming spaces, creating a cultural moment for the city and it’s combined with other artistic and cultural events (book launches, music, theatre, tastings …) to create an opportunity for leisure even for tourists and travellers.

During the second edition, that is part of Wine & TheCity event, there will be Roberto Colantonio, author of Il collezionista di arte contemporanea (The collector of contemporary art) of Iemme Edizioni and other surprises.

The following photographers will participate in this edition:

  • Alfio Giannotti
  • Carlo Porrini
  • Dario del Giudice
  • Fabio Fant
  • Francesca Sciarra
  • Espedito Semprevivo
  • Giovanni Ruggiero
  • Guido Villani
  • Klaus Bunker
  • Lino Rusciano
  • Marco Maraviglia
  • Massimiliano Giuliani
  • Ssviluppo Massimo
  • Mauro Cangemi
  • Monica Memoli
  • Raffaele De Santis
  • Sabry Ardore
  • Vito Lisi

Photo Art Market – numerouno
Palazzo Fondi; via Medina, 24 – Napoli
from 17 until 19 May 2019
from 9.30am to 8.00pm
Free entry