Great modern and contemporary art returns to Rome with "Roma Arte in Nuvola” from 14 to 17 May 2020. The fair will be held in the beautiful setting of the Rome Convention Center "La Nuvola" a spectacular building recently designed by world renowned architect, Massimiliano Fuksas.

An ambitious project that aims to fill a void on the Roman art scene and to become the reference hub for art collecting in Central and Southern Italy, thanks to the curatorship of art historian Kosme de Barañano and the direction of Alessandro Nicosia, an expert in the organization of cultural events for over 30 years.

Art Media will be represented, from painting to installations, from sculpture to the performing arts, from video-art to digital art, as well as street-art, bringing together the most important and renowned Italian and international galleries.


It is high time for Rome to come forward on the international scene with a platform connecting modern and contemporary art and promoting new artistic trends. Its special position enables Rome to acquire a leading and propelling role in Southern Europe and in the whole of the Mediterranean area.

We aim at producing a project taylormade for the Eternal City, its identity and its compelling power.

Italian and international galleries will be presenting major artists and current art movements, with a focus on the most interesting experimental and novel work on the market.

To ensure the highest quality of the participants, an international curator and a scientific committee including experts in the field will make a careful selection of exhibitors. Priority will be given to those galleries that have fostered, supported and encouraged the growth, development and the promotion of modern and contemporary art.


The fair aims to be a laboratory for the coexistence of different languages and realities (galleries, foundations, institutions etc.), offering a voice to the sometimes unfulfilled needs of the art system, fostering links with international companies, moving on the edge of a variety of artistic codes and involving all parties to offer the public a complete mosaic of the current state of art and its potentiality.