Pad. 25 Stand B/9
The MAAB Gallery was founded in Padua in 2009 by Michael Biasi. In 2013, the gallery opened a new exhibition space in the centre of Milan. From the very start, the work of rediscovering important artists on the European historical-artistic panorama, those active from the 1950s and 1960s, was backed by an interest in the constant evolution of contemporary international art language. With the aim of showing a continuity between past and present, and of interweaving diverse expressive languages and media, masters of the second half of the twentieth century like Mauro Staccioli and Christian Megert were alternated with young emergent artists, among them Axel Lieber and Susanne Kutter. Particular care is given to technical considerations: each show is backed by a catalogue that tells, through images, documents and the words of an art critic, the art language of the artist. The MAAB Gallery administers the Archivio Alberto Biasi.