Visual arts, music, cinema, exhibitions and installations: November in Torino is Contemporary Art Torino Piemonte with a great calendar, starting from Artissima, the leading contemporary art fair in Italy and among the main event at international level, which crosses the 26-year milestone at the Oval Lingotto, from 1 to 3 November, with over 200 galleries, curators and collectors from Italy and the world. From October 29th to January 12th 2020, Torino turns into an open-air gallery during Luci d'Artista (Artist's Lights), works realized by international renowned artists located in the center and all around Torino. 2019 edition feautures a new installation, M I R A C O L A , created by Roberto Cuoghi for the 500 years of Leonardo da Vinci's decease. The artwork will be placed in Piazza San Carlo. Moreover, from October 30 to November 3, Paratissima, an international showcase for over 350 emerging talents, opens for the first time to the public the former Artillery Academy, near Piazza Castello. In 2019 The Others Art Fair will take place in a new location, namely the former A. Riberi Military Hospital. FLAT - Art Book Fair will show the best of the contemporary art publishing at the Nuvola Lavazza Center from 1 to 3 November, while the ancient and modern art fair FLASHBACK, THE ART IS ALL CONTEMPORARY will be hosted at Pala Alpitour – Isozaki from 31 October to 3 November. From October 30th to November 4th, Club To Club, one of the most popular European festivals devoted to avant-garde and new pop, will make of Torino the capital of new trends in electronic music. And on November 2, do not miss the Contemporary Arts Night with the special opening of museums, art venues and galleries, along with music and performances. Take your time for a full immersion in the multifaceted aspects of contemporary at Palazzo Madama, GAM - Gallery of Modern Art and MAO Museo di Arti Orientali, Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation and Castello di Rivoli, Giovanni and Marella Agnelli Picture Gallery and Camera - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, Mario Merz Foundation, Pinacoteca Albertina and OGR Officine Grandi Riparazioni (all with free admission).