MILAN GALLERIES


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Alessandro Cesati
Via San Giovanni sul Muro 3, Milan 20121, Italy / 392.8646.0928 / cesatiecesati.com

Situated in a strategic position in the heart of Milan, the Alessandro Cesati gallery stands a short stroll from Sforza Castle on one side and just a few blocks from the oldest part of the city on the other. Able to draw on a strong family tradition in art, marked by excellence in the fields of art, collecting and music, the gallery – founded by Fiorenzo and Alessandro Cesati – has been doing business in the Italian and international antiques realms for many decades. Alessandro Cesati is a member of the Associazione Antiquari d’Italia, of the FIMA, of the Syndicat National des Antiquaries and of the CINOA. Open: By Appointment Only.

 
 
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Altomani & Sons
Via Borgospresso 14, Milan 1-20121, Italy / 3902.201.033 / altomani.com

Altomani & Sons art gallery works with Italian Old Master Paintings, Renaissance Sculpture, Glass, Corals and Ivories. Open: Monday, 3pm–7pm; Tuesday–Saturday, 10am–7pm.

     
     
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    Barbara Frigerio Contemporary Art
    Via dell’Orso 12, Milan 20121, Italy / 392.3659.3924 / barbarafrigeriogallery.it

    Beyond premises of ambitous projects or words of praise about our previous artistic experience we think that it is important to underline the real engine of this new project: the passion for art and the desire to share visions and experiences with people. An art gallery should be more than an empty space, used for the exhibition and sale of art works, it must be, first of all, a cultural and meeting place; and for every artist it must become a set to recreate his artistic universe, made of paintings, sculptures, photographies and maybe videos and installations. Open: Mon-Sat, 10am–1pm & 4pm–7:30pm.

       
       
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      Brand New Gallery
      Via Farini 32, Milan 20159, Italy / 392.8905.3083 / brandnew-gallery.com

      The Brand New Gallery is a space open to contemporary creation, with a particular interest for Urban Art. It serves as a springboard for a whole generation of young artists, enabling them to share, disseminate and exploit new dimensions of their external workOpen: Tue-Sat, 11am–1pm & 2:30pm–7pm.

       
       
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      Cardi Gallery
      Corso di Porta Nuova 38, Milan 20121, Italy / 392.4547.8189 / cardigallery.com

      The gallery has been representing post war and contemporary artists since its opening in the 70’s. Since 2014 Cardi also has an exhibition space in London. Open:Mon–Fri, 10am–7pm.

       
       
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      Dep Art
      Via Comelico, 40, Milan 20135, Italy / 392.3653.5620 / depart.it

        

      Dep Art Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art was established in 2006 by Antonio Addamiano, who got graduated in business management and marketing at Cattolica University in Milan.The Gallery attends some of the most important national and international Art Fairs (MiArt, Art First Bologna, PAN) and mainly deals with the work of historicized artists.The gallery is constantly expanding and from September 2015 will move to a new venue in the heart of Milan. This new place is an elegant and refined 260 mq space, distributed on two levels, and structured to meet the needs of the important artists represented by Dep Art. Open: Tue–Sat, 3pm–7pm.

       
       
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      Galleria Lia Rumma 

      Via Stilicone 19, Milan, Italy / 392.2900.0101 / www.liarumma.it

       

      Lia Rumma opens her gallery in Naples in 1971. The gallery focuses its research on the most important 70’s artistic international movements like: Arte Povera, Minimal Art, Land Art and Conceptual Art. In 1999, Lia Rumma gallery inaugurates a new venue in Milan. Open: Tue – Sat, 10am – 6pm.
       
       
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      Galleria Tega
      Via Senato 20, Milan 20121, Italy / 392.7600.6473 / galleriatega.it

      Galleria Tega has a long family history, beginning in 1964 with Dino Tega’s opening of a gallery in Riccione, with an important exhibition dedicated to Filippo De Pisis, followed by many more, notably Alberto Savinio and Giorgio De Chirico. Giulio Tega inaugurated a new location in Via Senato, Milan. Soon after, Galleria Tega began attending the foremost international fairs, such as: Art Basel, Art Basel Miami, Frieze Masters, Art Genève, PAD, and FIAC.Open: Mon–Sat, 10am–1pm & 3pm–7pm.

       
       
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      Lisson Gallery
      Via Zenale 3, Milan 20123, Italy / 392.8905.0608 / lissongallery.com

      Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Since being founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, it has championed the careers of artists who have transformed the way art was made and presented. It continues to support the future of its artists, the legacy of historical figures, the evolving practice of established artists and the wide-ranging potential of emerging and new talents.Open: Mon-Fri, 9:30am–1pm & 3pm–6pm.

       
       
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      MAAB Gallery
      Via Nerino 3, Milan 20123, Italy / 392.8928.1179 / artemaab.com

      MAAB Gallery was founded in Padua in 2009 and in 2013 it opened a new exhibition space in the roman area of the old Milan. The program is focused on the post war European art, with particular attention on the artistic trends developed during 60s. Furthermore the gallery research explores the languages of the last decades of XX Century. Open: Mon-Fri, 10:30am–6pm.

       
       
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      Massimo de Carlo
      Via Giovanni Ventura 5, Milan 20134, Italy / 392.7000.3987 / massimodecarlo.com

      Massimo De Carlo gallery was founded in Milano in 1987. Since the beginning Massimo De Carlo gallery program included young and prominent artists. For over 25 years Massimo De Carlo has been playing a fundamental role in bringing the most interesting voices of international art to the Italian scene, and Italian artists into the global arena. Throughout the years, the gallery’s artists have been shown in international museums and biennials, and thus obtained an outstanding place into important public and private art collections.Open: Tue-Sat, 11:30am-7pm & Mon-Fri, 10:30am-7pm.

       
       
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      Matteo Lampertico - Arte Antica e Moderna
      Via Montebello 30, Milan 20121, Italy / 392.3658.6547 / matteolampertico.it

      The gallery ranges from early paintings up to modern and contemporary. Particular attention, in the context of ancient paintings, is paid to the quality of the works, selected according to museum criteria for historical significance and conservation status. In the field of modern and contemporary art, the gallery specializes mainly Italian art of this century, with a particular fondness for the Second World War.

         
         

        Photology
        Via della Moscova 25, Milan 20121, Italy / 392.6595.285 / photology.com

        Photology was established in 1992 being the first gallery in Italy specialized in photographic arts with more than 350 exhibitions organized worldwide. From the historic location of via Moscova in Milan, Photology has been working for 23 years collaborating with international artists, archives and foundations operating on different areas of the photo-art. Open: Mon-Fri, 11am-7pm.

         
         
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        The Flat - Massimo Carasi Arte Contemporanea
        Via Paolo Frisi 3, Milan 20129, Italy / 395.8313.809 / carasi.it

        The Flat-Massimo Carasi specializes in contemporary art. Open: Tue-Sat, 2pm–7:30pm.

         
         

        Robilant + Voena
        Via Fontana 16, Milan 20122, Italy / 3902.805.6179 / robilantvoena.com

        One of the world's leading Old Master galleries, based in London, Milan and St Moritz, dealing also in Classic Modern and Contemporary Art. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am–6pm.

           
           

          Galleria Zero
          Viale Premuda 46 20129 Milano/ 392.8723.4580/ galleriazero.it

           ZERO gallery was founded in 2000 with the aim of increasing the inter­na­tional atten­tion on young Ital­ian art. The col­lab­o­ra­tion with international artists is also an impor­tant aspect of teir program, having already exhibited artists such as João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva and Thomas Houseago. Open: Tue-Fri, 11am - 1:30pm & 2:30pm - 7pm; Saturday 3pm - 7pm.

           
           

          Gio Marconi
          Via Tadino 20 I-20124 Milano Italy/ 392.2940.4373/ giomarconi.com

           Giò Marconi is interested in the works of the European and international avant-garde, showing artists such as Franz Ackermann, Rosa Barba, John Bock, Kerstin Brätsch, Will Benedict, Matthew Brannon, Nathalie Djurberg, Simon Fujiwara, Wade Guyton, Lothar Hempel. Open: Tue-Sat: 11 am - 7 pm.

           
           

          Carlo Orsi
          Via Bagutta, 14 20121 Milan Italy/ 390.2760.02214/ galleriaorsi.com

          Founded in the early 1950s by his father Alessandro, the gallery has been run by Carlo Orsi since 1986, specialising in Old Master Paintings, mostly Italian, and Sculpture from the 15th-18th centuries. Carlo Orsi is president of the Association of Italian Antique Dealers, and member of the Milanese Association of Art Dealers, of FIMA and CINOA. He regularly participates in the major art fairs in Italy and abroad, such as the Biennale of Florence and Rome and TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) in Maastricht. He also organises exhibitions in his gallery with accompanying scholarly catalogues written by leading experts and art historians. Open: Monday,3pm. - 7pm; Tue-Fri: 10am. - 1pm. & 3pm. - 7pm.