ROME GALLERIES


 

SCONCI ART GALLERY

Via Tarvisio, 6, Rome, Italy/ 3936.0901.069/ www.sconcigallery.com

The activity of SCONCI ART GALLERY in the art world began in Rome in 1977. The main feature of  SCONCI ART GALLERY  is to offer a wide range of works of art from the seventeenth century to the present days. Modernand  contemporary art are the main branches of the gallery.

 
 

Monitor Online

Via Sforza Cesarini 43a 00186 Roma / 3906.3937.8024 /  monitoronline.org

  The Monitor gallery ’s main goal is to offer an experimental space for a new generation of artists. The space contains a calm interior, complementing the unique collection of video and contemporary art that the gallery specializes in. It showcases an impressive framework of well-known artists. This respected Rome-based gallery has recently opened a new space in the popular Lower East Side gallery district in New York. The gallery’s director Paola Capata had already created a cutting edge program in Italy that features both young, emerging talent and older, established artists.Open: Tue-Sat, 1 pm – 7 pm.

 
 

Galleria Lorca O'neill
3 vicolo dei catinari. roma 00186. Italy/ 3906.6889.2980/ lorcanoneill.com

Since opening more than a decade ago, Galleria Lorca O’Neill has become a center of contemporary art in Rome. On July 4, the Irish-born O’Neill opens a new 5,400-square-foot headquarters in the converted 17th-century stables of the Palazzo Santacroce. The all-white main gallery—renovated by architect Carlo Lococo, first show comprises work by Canadian photographer Jeff Wall; British Land artist, sculptor, and photographer Richard Long; and Italian painter Enrico Castellani, all of whom the gallery represents. Open: Tue-Sat, 11 am - 7 pm.

 
 

National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art- Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Viale delle Belle Arti, 131, 00197 Roma, Italy/ 3906.322.981/ lagallerianazionale.com

The Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna (GNAM), or National Gallery of Modern Art, is an art gallery in RomeItaly, founded in 1883 and dedicated to modern and contemporary art; the full name is Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna e contemporanea. Open: Mon-Sun, 8:30 am-7:30 pm.

 
 

Art Gallery Russo
Via Alibert, 20, 00187 Roma, Italy/ 3906.6789.949/ galleriarusso.com

Art Gallery Russo dedicate their spaces to the new promising talents that cohabit with painters by now established within the historical 20th Century of which, according to a family tradition and continue to organize group and personal exhibitions. Open: Monday, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm; Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 7:30 pm.

 
 

Galleria O. Roma
Via dell'Arancio, 46/49, 00186 Roma, Italy/ 3906.8976.0540/ giustinistagetti.com

Founded in Rome in 2009, Giustini / Stagetti Galleria O. Roma focuses on both historical Italian design masters and top quality manufacturers from 1930 to 1970, and also international contemporary design works. The gallery’s partners, Roberto Giustini and Stefano Stagetti have, respectively, long-standing experience in contemporary art and design and Italian modern design. Giustini / Stagetti Galleria O. Roma regularly collaborates with museums and public institutions to support and promote its artists.

 

 
 

Gagosian Gallery - Office
Via Francesco Crispi 16/ 3906.4208.6498/ gagosian.com

Gagosian’s vibrant contemporary program features the work of leading international artists including Georg Baselitz, Ellen Gallagher, Andreas Gursky, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami, Anselm Kiefer, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Taryn Simon, Rachel Whiteread, and many others. Additionally, unparalleled historical exhibitions are prepared and presented on the work of legendary artists such as Francis Bacon, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Lucio Fontana, Helen Frankenthaler, Alberto Giacometti, Roy Lichtenstein, Piero Manzoni, Claude Monet, Henry Moore, Jackson Pollock, David Smith, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, and others. A series of groundbreaking Picasso surveys curated by John Richardson has been attended by hundreds of thousands of visitors in New York and London. Open: Tue-Sat, 10:30am - 7pm.

 
 

Colonna Palace Palazzo Colonna
Piazza dei Santi Apostoli, 66, 00187 Roma, Italy/ 3906.678.4350/ galleriacolonna.it

Palazzo Colonna is one of the oldest and largest private palaces of Rome. Its construction began in the fourteenth century by the Colonna family, who still resides there since eight centuries. The Colonna family dates back to the twelfth century and comes from the town of Colonna, near Rome, from which it takes its name. Open: every saturday from 9 am-1:15 pm.

 
 

Montoro 12 Srl
Via di Montoro, 12, 00186 Roma, Italy/ 3906.6830.8500/ m12gallery.com

Montoro 12 Contemporary Art takes its name from its location in the center of Rome:  Via di Montoro 12. The gallery was founded in 2012 to promote both emerging as well as internationally known contemporary artists working in a variety of media. Montoro12 Contemporary Art is interested in artists whose work is both conceptually innovative as well as visually stunning. The gallery holds about six exhibitions a year and promotes its artists in international art fairs, by collaborating with curators and museums and by publishing scholarly exhibition catalogues. Open: Tue-Sat, 3 pm-7 pm.

 
 
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Sacripante Art Gallery
Via Panisperna, 59, 00184 Roma, Italy/ 3906.4890.3495/ sacripanteartgallery.com

Giorgia cerulli turns 18th century roman convent into rustic art gallery dedicated to the lowbrow art movement inhabits a former 18th century convent in rome’s ancient monti neighborhood.  The institution hosts two annual exhibitions, which invade the space for a period of time. Open: daily, 6 pm-2 am.

 
 

Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch
Via di Pallacorda 15, 00186 Rome, Italy/ 396.6889.1936/ www.galleriamlf.com

Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch is one and it is located in the heart of Rome, realized with a specific and fascinating particularity: works on paper. An extraordinary material, antique and modern at the same time, paper is historically considered a privileged means of free expression by many contemporary artists. Marie-Laure Fleisch’s choice follows, therefore, a technique considered as the most spontaneous and intimate. It is with this in mind that the Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch inserts itself within the rich cultural panorama of the eternal city. It represents artists such as Rebecca Horn, Alain Huck and Maya Zack. Open: Mon-Fri, 2pm - 8pm; Saturday 4pm - 8pm.
 

 
 

Wunderkammern Gallery
Via Gabrio Serbelloni, 124, 00176 Roma, Italy/ 396.4543.5662/ www.wunderkammern.net

With venues both in Rome and Milan, Wunderkammern is characterised by three core values: art research, professionalism, art market. Wunderkammern adopts the inspiring principle of those homonymous collections of scientific curiosities and extraordinary objects that used to be gathered together in Renaissance Europe by rulers and aristocrats, merchants and early practitioners of science. It exhibits a genre of work with a strong influence with Relational Art and Public Art. The gallery and its represented artists explore themes related to the marvellous, the paradox, the connection between the inside and the outside, the conventional and the unaccepted, the private and the public space. Open:Tue – Sat, 4 pm – 7 pm.