TORINO, ITALY GALLERIES
Via Mottalciata 10/B 10154, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1882.208/ franconoero.com/
On 11 March 1999 Franco Noero opened a new contemporary art gallery in Turin in Via Mazzini 39A. In September 2003, the gallery moved to its headquarters in Via Giolitti 52A, before moving again in April 2008 in one of the architectural symbols of the city of Turin known as Slice of Polenta. The gallery represents emerging Italian and international artists , exhibiting in particular installations, site specific works, video installations, photography and painting. Open: Monday and Saturday, 3 pm – 7 pm; Tue - Fri, 11 am – 7 pm.
Fusion Art Gallery
Piazza Amedeo Peyron 9, Turin, Italy/ 3934.9364.4287/ www.fusionartgallery.net
The Fusion Art Gallery was born in December 2003. Fusion Art Gallery develops partnerships with other nations galleries, as part of a search for relationships and international openings. In 2012 was made an exhibition exchange with Studio 303 in New York while at the national level, the Gallery has partnered with Research Centre of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera (CRAB), the CRAC (Regional Centre for ' Contemporary art) and the Customs Hall of Genoa and La Spezia CAMeC, producing and realizing the traveling exhibition "Living in Lift", hosted so far in Turin, Milan and within the prestigious spaces of the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa and the Castel dell'Ovo in Naples. Fusion Art Gallery is also a cultural and artistic and a meeting place for Italian and international artists and emerging talents. Open: Thu-Sat, 4 pm - 7:30 pm, and by appointment.
Corso San Maurizio 25, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1814.1011/ lucegallery.com
Luce Gallery was founded in 2009, it’s directed by Nikola Cernetic and it promotes young Italian and international artists in Turin. The gallery has hosted various exhibitions including ones by Hector Arce-Espasas, Robert Davis, Greg Song, Curtis Mann.Open: Mon-Fri, 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
Burning Giraffe Art Gallery
Via Eusebio Bava 8/a, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1583.2745/ www.bugartgallery.com
Burning Giraffe Art Gallery (BUG) is an exhibition space devoted to the promotion of young talented artists, founded in June 2014, in Turin, Italy. BUG was born from the desire of showing – literally – the skills and creativity of a group of young artists of great talent that, for reasons which have nothing to do with their skills and the conceptual strength of their woks, were yet to find their space in the art world and the art market. Open: Tue-Sat, 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
Via della Rocca 29, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1812.4460/ www.albertopeola.com
The gallery was opened in 1989 by Alberto Peola; it shows works by contemporary emerging and established artists from Italy and abroad. The gallery places a firm emphasis on new artistic trends which explore personal narrative research through different expressive means, ranging from painting to photography and video installations. Open: Tue-Sat, 3 pm - 7 pm.
Norma Mangione Gallery
Via Matteo Pescatore 17, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1553.9231/ normamangione.com
On 11 November 2014, the solo exhibition of works by Francesco Barocco opened at the Norma Mangione Gallery in Turin. Installed in modules, the works on display constitute abstractions of the home, overlapping with, and transforming the exhibition space. Entering the gallery to see the works thus becomes a metaphor for a transition into an “other” space, which is essential if one is to make meaningful contact with them. Open: Tue-Sat, 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm; or by appointment.
Gagliardi Art System
Via Cervino 16 , Turin, Italy/ 3901.1197.00031 / gagliardiedomke.com
Gagliardi Art System, was born in Turin in 2003. In the large exhibition spaces of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Pietro Gagliardi along new paths moving transversely and unbiased between different languages, ranging from sculpture to new media, photography and directing attention to young talents not exclusive but steady. In January 2011 Gagliardi Art System moved to Via Cervino 16 in the former spaces. The new space covers an area of 00 square meters and includes warehouses, exposure, and, when necessary, turns into productive area. The intervention of architectural restoration works seamlessly with the existing structure characterized by large volumes and large windows.Open: Tue-Sat, 3.30 pm - 7.30 pm; or by appointment.
Via Arnaldo da Brescia 39, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1197.07445/ www.giorgiogalotti.com
Founded in September 2015, Giorgio Galotti Gallery is a Turin-based art space. Open: Saturday, 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm, or by appointment only.
Chifari Art Gallery
Via del Carmine, 4, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1436.6085/ www.chifariartgallery.it
Chifari ART GALLERY stems from the strong will of Lia Chifari and a group of professionals who have dedicated their life to art. For over 25 years love and passion have contributed to the success of this work, thanks to a lively exhibition activity curating exhibitions and events in historic buildings in Italy and abroad. Chifari ART GALLERY has managed to carve out its own space in the art scene by bringing the art at home and in offices in a privileged way, offering each time prestigious works and sound investment even for those who do not regularly participate Exhibitions and art galleries. Open: Mon-Fri, 9 am - 1pm & 3:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
Via Piero Gobetti 10, Turin, Italy/ 3901.1230.7087/ www.adplog.com
ADPLOG, a multifunctional space that will host exhibitions, meetings, conferences. ADPLOG is a multimedia tour of three floors, open to visitors. It fits not only in exhibitions, but also in meetings, grand openings, special events. ADPLOG is not just a place, but it is a project for the future, a vision: to bring together different worlds, so different that they really are not. Open: Monday, 10 am - 2 pm; Tuesday and Saturday closed; Wed-Thu-Fri, 3 pm - 7 pm; Sunday, 11 am - 7 pm.