Pad. 18 Stand A/11
The gallery, founded in 2000 by Attilio Biasutti, together with his son Giuseppe and his daughter Paola, follows a traditional line proposing Italian and international established artists and monographic shows of the 20th century’s movements. Among the most significant exhibitions: the Corrente group, Rosai, de Pisis, Crippa, Mondino and “Novecento”, a new interpretation of masters as Albers, Campigli, Carrà, Guttuso, de Chirico, Marino Marini, Severini, Sironi, and Sutherland. In 2007 Daniel Spoerri, in 2008 CoBrA, in 2009 Wifredo Lam, in 2013 Sebastian Matta and in 2016 Salvo. The partnership with Piero Gilardi allowed to explore the Arte Povera movement and made significant exhibitions possible. The recent gallery proposal has concerned Gianfranco Baruchello, the Italian Abstract Informal Art and a monographic show dedicated to Giulio Turcato.