The Center for Italian Modern Art presents the first exhibition in the United States of the work of Alberto Savinio (1891–1952) in over two decades. The exhibition will feature 25 rarely seen works by Savinio, focusing on paintings produced after his move to Paris in 1926, when he put his other creative pursuits on hold […]
MAZZOLENI INVITES: DIMOREGALLERY | (UN)COMFORT ZONE has been featured by many publications. Some of the rave reviews received include: “A radical new art exhibition series arrives at Mazzoleni London” – How To Spend it. “DimoreGallery have turned Mazzoleni visitors into voyeurs, giving them glimpses into five interrupted domestic scenes through a series of peepholes” – The Spaces. “Mazzoleni Gallery […]
Italy has approved a new law softening the country’s extremely strict art export regulations. Luigi Mazzoleni has been quoted on this matter in The Art Newspaper. Click here to read his words.
On 28th June, collectors and patrons Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu opened Magazzino Italian Art, a new private space of more than 2000 squared meter entirely dedicated to Italian Art from post war period until today, and directed by Vittorio Calabrese. The new cultural institution stands in a former warehouse (Magazzino) in Cold Spring, in […]
After a couple of years from his loss, the Archivio Salvo began to archive all the works by Salvo, in view of the preparation of the catalogue raisonnée. Salvo was born in Sicily in 1947, but he lived and worked in Turin, and he had a very ample artistic production, both pictorical and with mixed […]