5 Art Galleries From Milan To See In Art Basel Miami – Don’t forget to check out these incredible art galleries before Art Basel Miami Beach ends! You’ll be amazed by all of the beautiful masterpieces that each brought to the amazing Miami Beach!
As you know Milan is recognized all over the world not only for its incredible art landmarks spread all over the city but also for being the home of most of the renowned artists in the earth! Here are the top 5 galleries that you can find in Art Basel Miami 2018:
Founded in 1987, in Milan, this gallery has played an important role in establishing a connection between its artists and national and international institutions. Its artists have all gained international recognition and have been shown in galleries and museums in most of Europe and the USA. All the artists are represented in important private and public collections.
Founded in Naples in 1971 this gallery has played a fundamental role in discovering new artistic trends emerging from the international art scene such as Arte Povera, Minimal Art, Land Art and Conceptual Art. They exhibit the work of emerging and prominent artists such as Joseph Kosuth, Haim Steinbach, Gino De Dominicis, Reinhard Mucha, Alberto Burri, Thomas Ruff, Anselm Kiefer, William Kentridge and Marina Abramovic. Over the years, besides the exhibiting program in the gallery spaces in Naples and Milan, Lia Rumma Gallery has encouraged a vivid collaboration with other art galleries, curators, critics and collectors that has led to international prestigious events in museums and institutions all over the world!
Specialized in Italian modern and post-war contemporary art, the Italian gallery was founded in April 1972, by Renato Cardi as a way to pursue his passion for promoting and collecting contemporary Italian artists. The gallery is a platform that shapes the arts and culture landscape not only in Milan, but throughout Italy. Cardi gallery has cultivated and helped build the careers of many Italian artists.
In January 2000, Francesca Kaufmann decided to open this Italian art gallery to explore different kinds of media, focusing in particular on video and site-specific installation, with special attention drawn towards female artists. After ten years in its historical location, in October 2010 the gallery opened in a new space, under the name Kaufmann Repetto, establishing the recent partnership between Francesca Kaufmann and Chiara Repetto. This new location offered a more developed exhibition program through a project room dedicated mostly to younger artists, as well as a courtyard for large-scale outdoor installations, both running at the same time with the gallery’s main exhibition program.
Roberto Casamonti founded this art gallery in 1981 in the street that gave the gallery its name, Tornabuoni, Florence. He also opened other exhibition spaces in Crans-Montana (1993), Milan (1995), Forte Dei Marmi (2004), Paris (2009) and London (2015). Besides their permanent collection of significant works by major Italian artists of the Novecento, such as De Chirico, Morandi, Balla and Severini, the gallery also has a fine selection of Post-War Italian art presenting the work of artists such as Fontana, Burri, Castellani, Bonalumi, Boetti, Scheggi and Manzoni. In addition, the Tornabuoni Art gallery also has an International 20th-century avant-garde masters collection where you can find the work of worldwide renowned artists, such as Picasso, Mirò, Kandinsky, Hartung, Poliakoff, Dubuffet, Lam, Matta, Christo, Wesselmann, Warhol and Basquiat.