The goal of this decision is to ensure the best possible fair context for gallery and visitor mobility and a more positive economic setting for the commercial development of the Fair. Hence, all the production, communication and protection strategy and efforts will continue, adapting to the new dates and upholding a high security level through rigorous measures and protocols that will transform the IFEMA pavilions into a safe space for exhibitors, fair visitors and collectors alike, who are the driving force behind ESTAMPA.
With a programme comprising 80 contemporary art galleries, the fair has succeeded in bringing together a record number of extraordinarily high-quality artistic projects, and an equally extraordinary exhibition space for the participating galleries.
Over the coming weeks, the Advisory Committee will meet to consider the incorporation of new projects which, for calendar and opportunity reasons, could not be incorporated into the closed programme last July. This will now be opened again to improve and facilitate access for the best national gallery proposals.
Additionally, this new edition of ESTAMPA has confirmed the participation of sponsors, collaborating brands, awards and grants, on top of its collectors’ programme. Work is being done on the latter to inject greater momentum into the market and also on the communication of the participating galleries’ projects, set to render this edition an authentic event for contemporary art in Spain.