Pad. 25 Stand B/78
Osart Gallery was founded in 2008 by Andrea Sirio Ortolani. Since its debut, Osart Gallery has focused on the Sixties and Seventies, exploring the leading figures and most innovative experiences belonging to this period. In that span, it has explored heterogeneous artistic movements which had marked out the history of Art, working closely with Institutions, Estates, and Archives. In the latest years, the gallery made significant research on the southern African contemporary art scene, with both group and solo presentations conceived with artists and curators. Among the latest exhibitions, notable group shows are African Textures (2019-2020), with works by Marlene Steyn, Jeanne Gaigher, and Kresiah Mukwazhi, and African Characters (2020), with a catalog text by Nicolas Ballario, and works by Kate Gottgens, Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, Neo Matloga, Richard Mudariki, Gareth Nyandoro, and solo show dedicated to Dan Halter, Jeanne Gaigher and Katharien De Villiers.