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Specialising in Post-War Italian art, the gallery presents the work of artists such as Fontana, Burri, Castellani, Bonalumi, Boetti, Scheggi and Manzoni. Tornabuoni Art also has a permanent collection of significant works by major Italian artists of the Novecento, such as de Chirico, Morandi, Balla and Severini, as well as International 20th-century avant-garde masters, such as Picasso, Mirò, Kandinsky, Hartung, Poliakoff, Dubuffet, Lam, Matta, Christo, Wesselmann, Warhol and Basquiat.

  in Milan! As we look back to our most recent exhibition dedicated to Omar Galliani in 2021 in Florence, Tornabuoni Art...
26/01/2024

in Milan!

As we look back to our most recent exhibition dedicated to Omar Galliani in 2021 in Florence, Tornabuoni Art is delighted to announce a new upcoming solo exhibition of Galliani in Milan, titled ‘Baci Rubati’ (Stolen Kisses). This 2020 series by Galliani weaves a poignant narrative of stolen moments, an ever-current reflection on tenderness and human connection.

The exhibit will showcase a series of artworks that capture the essence of these stolen kisses, born of an exploration of the human experience amid a turbulent time, and will include a series of portraits of spiritual female faces, emerging from starry skies or mysterious dark backgrounds.

Don’t miss the opening and stay tuned for more details!

📆On February 8 from 6pm 📍Via Fatebenefratelli 34/36, Milan.


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Exhibition views, Omar Galliani, Tornabuoni Art Florence, 2021 ©️Tornabuoni Art

The wait is over. The doors of  are officially open !  Join us at booth A21, where our art experts stand ready to guide ...
25/01/2024

The wait is over. The doors of are officially open !

Join us at booth A21, where our art experts stand ready to guide art enthusiasts and collectors alike and explore the works of renowned artists like Lucio Fontana, Alighiero Boetti Giuseppe Capogrossi, Pablo Atchugarry and many more.

Featured artists: Pablo Atchugarry, Alberto Biasi, Alighiero Boetti, Agostino Bonalumi, Alberto Burri, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Sandro Chia, Christo, Guillaume Corneille, Piero Dorazio, Jean Fautrier, Lucio Fontana, Hans Hartung, Emilio Isgrò, Jorn Asger, Wassily Kandinsky, Marino Marini, Joan Mirò, Giorgio Morandi, Francesca Pasquali, Pablo Picasso, Jean Paul Riopelle, Paolo Scheggi, Victor Vasarely

📍Palexpo - Genève
➖Booth A21
📆 January 25-28, 2024



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Images:

1. Installation view (Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attese, 1965-66; Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 2021; Alighiero Boetti, Mappa, 1983; Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 2019; Giuseppe Capogrossi, Superficie 719, 1961. ©️ All by SIAE 2023)
2. Installation view(Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attese, 1965-66; Alighiero Boetti, Mappa, 1983; Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 2019; Giuseppe Capogrossi, Superficie 719, 1961; Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, 1964; Emilio Isgrò, Enciclopedia Treccani Volume, 1970. ©️ All by SIAE 2023)

  in Rome!In 1942, Giorgio de Chirico was invited to the XXIII Venice Biennale. An entire room was reserved for his oeuv...
23/01/2024

in Rome!

In 1942, Giorgio de Chirico was invited to the XXIII Venice Biennale. An entire room was reserved for his oeuvre.

Three months before the opening of the exhibition, the Biennale received a letter from de Chirico in which the artist said he did not have enough works to exhibit. The Biennale did not accept this last minute withdrawal and helped him finding works also from private collectors.

‘Combattimento di cavalieri’ is among the 32 artworks exhibited and one of those realized by the Pictor Optimus for this occasion.

On the back of the canvas, there is a note written by de Chirico himself showing that the work was on sale for 25,000 lire. It was then sold on August 11 for the then-exorbitant sum of 18,000 lire to the Senator Giuseppe Volpi of Misurata, President of the Biennale and founder of the Mostra del Cinema di Venezia; one of the biggest collectors of that time.

Come visit Tornabuoni Art’s exhibition in Rome and don’t miss the chance to learn more about this work!

📍 Tornabuoni Art, Rome
📆 until February 24, 2024

       
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Images ©️ by SIAE 2024

  in Paris!Tornabuoni Art is honored to present ‘Carla Lonzi: Self-portrait of a Generation’ in Paris. This exhibition p...
12/01/2024

in Paris!

Tornabuoni Art is honored to present ‘Carla Lonzi: Self-portrait of a Generation’ in Paris.

This exhibition pays tribute to the radical intellectual and author Carla Lonzi (1931-1982), featuring fourteen significant works - one from each artist she engaged with to write ‘Autoritratto’ (Self-Portrait) in 1969, her last art critic publication before dedicating herself entirely to the feminist cause.

Carla Lonzi’s insightful conversations and correspondences during her visit to the United States between 1967 and 1968 serve as the foundation for this exhibition. As Lonzi transcribes the thoughts and dialogues with renowned artists like Carla , Pietro , Lucio and more, she provides a unique and unfiltered insight into the minds of these protagonists of the 20th century Italian art scene.

Join us for the opening to explore the vivid, human portrait of a generation through the lens of Carla Lonzi.

🗓️ opening on February 7th from 6 pm until 9 pm
📍Tornabuoni Art Paris



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Images: Carla Lonzi at tape recorder while transcribing interviews for her book Self-Portrait, Minneapolis, 1967. In the background Ferri trasparenti and other sculptures by Pietro Consagra. Photo by Pietro Consagra © Archivio Pietro Consagra Milano.

 ’s artistic conception !In the words of the art critic and art historian Bruno Corà: “No less important than the observ...
06/01/2024

’s artistic conception !

In the words of the art critic and art historian Bruno Corà: “No less important than the observation of a work is knowledge of the artist’s thought in relation to the conception and realization of their work.”

Claudio Parmiggiani, discussing his series ‘Delocazioni’ in ‘Una fede in niente ma totale’ (A faith in nothing but total), a collection of thoughts and writings by the artist, says the following:

“When I used fire it was to work a different material: smoke and ash. In these works it is smoke that sculpts and of things it produces not a trace of the form, but rather an ulterior dimension, almost a fourth dimension. Smoke as the blood of flame. Light is always accompanied by the sacrifice of something that burns.”

Sixteen artworks by the artist-poet are currently on view in the gallery’s Parisian venue.

Come visit the exhibition, which has been extended until January 27, and stay tuned to get a copy of the catalogue to learn more !

🗓️ Until January 27, 2024

📍Tornabuoni Art Paris



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Claudio Parmiggiani, Tornabuoni Art Paris 2023 ©️ Tornabuoni Art

  in  Until the 7th of January included, take advantage of the special holiday opening times in Forte dei Marmi and come...
03/01/2024

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Until the 7th of January included, take advantage of the special holiday opening times in Forte dei Marmi and come view a selection of Tornabuoni Art's annual exhibition 'Antologia Scelta 2024', which includes the most significant modern and contemporary artworks chosen by the gallery in the past year.

Among the artists on view is Piero Dorazio:

“In drawing, what matters is the acuteness of the sign, the effects of the light, the composition, the energy, the essential nature of the mark originating the image and slowly separating it from the neutral space of the sheet.
Whereas what matters in painting is the material and pictorial texture, the various intensity of colors, the 'gesture' or brushstroke, the internal structure and the optical weight of the surface, and of course the composition; in short, everything that contributes to the 'style of an artwork, not only as a technique but as the combination of significant means of expression.”

Don't miss the chance to admire the details of Dorazio’s artworks on view in our gallery in Forte dei Marmi!

📆 until January 7, 2024
📍Tornabuoni Art Forte dei Marmi




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Images:
1. ©️ Tornabuoni Art ©️ by SIAE, 2023
2. Piero Dorazio in studio ©️ Aurelio Amendola

  that Mario Schifano was part of a band called ‘Le Stelle’ (The Stars)?In the 1960s, thanks to Ettore Rosboch, Schifano...
23/12/2023


that Mario Schifano was part of a band called ‘Le Stelle’ (The Stars)?

In the 1960s, thanks to Ettore Rosboch, Schifano met a young quartet called ‘Le Stelle’ (The Stars). From that moment on, the artist became an official member of the band with whom he performed in two important concerts in Rome, one of them held at the Piper Club on December 28, 1967.

The latter, the first great happening of Italian psychedelic music was celebrated with the music show ‘Grande angolo, sogni e stelle’ (Big Angle, Dreams and Stars), an event consisting in live music, mixed projections on four panoramic screens and prestigious guests, including Andy Warhol’s assistant, Gerard Malanga.

In the same year, ‘Le Stelle di Mario Schifano’ released the vinyl ‘Dedicato a…’ (Dedicated to...), one of the greatest achievements in Italian psychedelic music which was published in 500 copies.

Stars were certaintly a leitmotif in Schifano’s oeuvre and in his life.

Come visit our exhibition in Forte de Marmi to discover more about ‘Le Stelle’ of Mario Schifano!

📍 Tornabuoni Art, Forte dei Marmi

📆 Check out the gallery’s holiday opening times on our website



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Images:

1. Mario Schifano, Senza titolo, 1970-1975, enamel and spray on canvas, 217x217 cm, ©️ MARIO SCHIFANO, by SIAE 2023
2. Vinyl of ‘Le stelle di Mario Schifano, 1967
3. Mario Schifano, Senza titolo, 1970-1975, enamel and spray on canvas, 217x217 cm, (detail), ©️ MARIO SCHIFANO, by SIAE 2023
4. Photo taken from the LP ‘Le Stelle di Mario Schifano’, 1967
5. Mario Schifano, Senza titolo, 1970-1975, enamel and spray on canvas, 217x217 cm, ©️ MARIO SCHIFANO, by SIAE 2023
6. Portrait of Mario Schifano, ©️ Photo by Nancy Ruspoli

  that Giorgio de Chirico worked with tapestry too?In 1976 the Pictor Optimus met Ugo Scassa, the founder of Arazzeria S...
21/12/2023

that Giorgio de Chirico worked with tapestry too?

In 1976 the Pictor Optimus met Ugo Scassa, the founder of Arazzeria Scassa.

Founded in Asti in 1957, the Arazzeria Scassa achieved its fame in 1960 when it was in charge of decorating the ‘First Class Ballroom’ of the turbo-ship Leonardo Da Vinci. On this occasion, sixteen tapestries were made, six from drawings by Corrado Cagli and the others from cartoons by Giuseppe Capogrossi, Giulio Turcato, Antonio Corpora, Giuseppe Santomaso and Olimpia Bernini, with the aim of bringing the ancient art of tapestry into dialogue with contemporary art and its great masters.

Later on the turbo-ships Michelangelo and Raffello were also decorated with tapestries made by the Arazzeria Scassa.

Giorgio de Chirico expressed the wish to see one of his works transformed into a tapestry. The project, shelved at first following de Chirico’s death, was later resumed at the behest of Isabella Far and so seven tapestries inspired by de Chirico’s masterpieces were realized.

Come visit de Chirico’s exhibition in our venue in Rome and don’t miss the chance to see this unusual artwork up close!

📍 Tornabuoni Art, Rome
📆 until February 24, 2024



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Images:

1. Giorgio de Chirico, La conquista del filosofo, tapestry, cm 191 x 156, ©️ GIORGIO DE CHIRICO, by SIAE 2023
2. ©️ Arazzeria Scassa
3. Giorgio de Chirico, La conquista del filosofo, tapestry, cm 191 x 156, (detail) ©️ GIORGIO DE CHIRICO, by SIAE 2023
4. Turbo-ship Raffaello decorated by Arazzeria Scassa, ©️ Arazzeria Scassa
5. Giorgio de Chirico, La conquista del filosofo, tapestry, cm 191 x 156, ©️ GIORGIO DE CHIRICO, by SIAE 2023

 , the catalogue will soon be available! In the introduction by Michele Casamonti: “The gallery now directs its scholarl...
16/12/2023

, the catalogue will soon be available!

In the introduction by Michele Casamonti: “The gallery now directs its scholarly and passionate focus towards a contemporary artist whose time-less work conjures up unique emotions through a dialectic of presence and absence, impermanence and eternity... The gallery’s role, therefore, lies in illuminating and synthesizing the artistic vision of this artist, already established in the institutional world. Such is the aim of this catalog, which offers a historical and synthetic exploration of the most emblematic cycle of works in Parmiggiani’s career: the ‘Delocazioni’.”

The catalogue accompanying Tornabuoni Art’s exhibition in Paris will soon be available both in Italy and France.

Learn more about the artist’s through the essays by Andrea Cortellessa, Bruno Corà and Philippe Dagen.

In the meantime, come visit the exhibition.

🗓️ Until January 27, 2024
📍Tornabuoni Art Paris


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Exhibition view, Claudio Parmiggiani, Tornabuoni Art Paris 2023 ©️ Tornabuoni Art
All ©️ by SIAE 2023

  in Milan !Tornabuoni Art invites you to the show ‘Arte moderna e contemporanea. Antologia scelta 2024’ in our Milanese...
15/12/2023

in Milan !

Tornabuoni Art invites you to the show ‘Arte moderna e contemporanea. Antologia scelta 2024’ in our Milanese gallery.

Immerse yourself in this curated selection that celebrates the vibrant spirit of modern and contemporary art.

Some of the artists on show: Piero Dorazio, Giorgio Morandi, Lucio Fontana, Carla Accardi, Domenico Gnoli, Giuseppe Capogrossi and many others.

Learn more by visiting our gallery in Milan !

📍 Tornabuoni Art - Milan
📆 currently on view


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Images:
1. Installation view (featuring: Giorgio Morandi, Natura morta, 1961; Piero Dorazio, Smagliante, 1972)
2. Installation view (featuring: Giorgio Morandi, Paesaggio, 1932; Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attesa, 1965; Giuseppe Capogrossi, Superficie 151, 1954)
3. Installation view (featuring: Giuseppe Capogrossi, Superficie 151, 1954; Carla Accardi, Violarancio, 1993; Domenico Gnoli, Still life, 1960)
©️ALL BY SIAE 2023

Last days of    2023! Come explore Tornabuoni Art’s booth and the selection on show, which includes several masters of p...
09/12/2023

Last days of 2023!

Come explore Tornabuoni Art’s booth and the selection on show, which includes several masters of post-war Italy as well as some of the most important figurative painters of the 1980s, among others.

📆 until December 10
📍 Booth D20 | Miami Beach Convention Center


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Installation views, Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 ©️ Tornabuoni Art
All ©️ by SIAE 2023

  at Tornabuoni Art  “We love the 'not true'. We love everything that reminds us of our life, but which “is not our life...
08/12/2023

at Tornabuoni Art

“We love the 'not true'. We love everything that reminds us of our life, but which “is not our life”; we love fiction [...]. The real purpose [...] is to satisfy the need we feel for fantastic things and [...] to give us the way to escape from reality.”

Tornabuoni Art is thrilled to share the views of its exhibition dedicated to Giorgio de Chirico’s oeuvre in its Roman venue. Over thirty artworks, between painting, sculpture and tapestry, lead the public through almost the entire production of one the most important artists of the 20th century.

Don’t miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in Giorgio de Chirico’s imaginary world, between self-portraits, feminine nudes, horses, still lives and metaphysical atmospheres!

The gallery is exceptionally open today December, 8:
10am-1pm / 2pm-7pm

📆Until February 24, 2024
📍Tornabuoni Art, Rome


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Installation views, Giorgio de Chirico, Tornabuoni Art Rome, 2023
All ©️ By SIAE 2023

  has officially opened its doors to the public !Our gallery is glad to be back at  showcasing works by all of Tornabuon...
07/12/2023

has officially opened its doors to the public !

Our gallery is glad to be back at showcasing works by all of Tornabuoni Art’s most sought-after postwar artists.
From the monochrome slashed and shaped canvases of the 1960s to distinct pop-graffiti aesthetic of Keith Haring, these historic works will be accompanied by the contemporary creations of artists such as Pablo Atchugarry and Alberto Biasi.

Featured artists: Carla Accardi, Valerio Adami, Alberto Biasi, Alighiero Boetti, Enrico Castellani, Sandro Chia, Christo, Dadamaino, Piero Dorazio, Lucio Fontana, Keith Haring, Emilio Isgrò, Roberto Matta, Mimmo Paladino, Mimmo Rotella, Paolo Scheggi, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann

📍Miami Beach Convention Center
➖ Booths D20
📆 until December 10, 2023


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Images:
1. Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 2023, statuary Carrara marble, 120x31x29 cm (detail); Keith Haring, Untitled (for Lily Overstreet), 1986, acrylic on canvas, 180x121 cm (detail)
2. Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 2023, statuary Carrara marble, 120x31x29 cm
3. Keith Haring, Untitled (for Lily Overstreet), 1986, acrylic on canvas, 180x121 cm

The show   is finally open !Immerse yourself in modern and contemporary art at Tornabuoni Art with 'Antologia Scelta 202...
01/12/2023

The show is finally open !

Immerse yourself in modern and contemporary art at Tornabuoni Art with 'Antologia Scelta 2024,' showcasing a curated collection of this year's most remarkable works.

Get ready to encounter iconic figures, from Alberto Savinio with 'La nascita di Venere' in 1950 to Italian and international masters, delving into different art movements spanning 1980 to 2000. Witness Transavanguardia with Mimmo Paladino and Sandro Chia, Arte Povera with Jannis Kounellis, Gilberto Zorio, Michelangelo Pistoletto, and contemporary art with Fabrizio Plessi, Felice Limosani and Claudio Parmiggiani.

📍 Tornabuoni Art, Florence
📆 until November 2024



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Images: Installation views
ALL BY SIAE 2023

Almost ready for the opening of   !Tornabuoni Art is glad to invite you tomorrow to the opening of the show 'Arte modern...
29/11/2023

Almost ready for the opening of !

Tornabuoni Art is glad to invite you tomorrow to the opening of the show 'Arte moderna e contemporanea. Antologia scelta 2024’ in Florence.

Accompanied by the annual catalogue introduced by the essay 'Chronicle' by art historian Sonia Zampini, this exhibition invites you on an enriching journey through art history. Each piece echoes the evolution of periods and styles, resonating with the profound notion that "Art history unfolds as time does, breathing life into our present."

Don’t miss the chance to embark on this experience into modern and contemporary art!

📍 Tornabuoni Art, Florence
📆 Opening: November 30, 2023, from 5:30 pm



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Image: Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, 1964, oil, laceration, graffiti on canvas, gold, cm 81x66, @ Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milano by SIAE 2023

 ’s Upcoming Catalogue Within Tornabuoni's upcoming catalogue, Andrea Cortellessa’s essay, 'Destruction Beatrice,' sheds...
27/11/2023

’s Upcoming Catalogue

Within Tornabuoni's upcoming catalogue, Andrea Cortellessa’s essay, 'Destruction Beatrice,' sheds light on Claudio Parmiggiani's pivotal moment in 1970. Here, the artist uncovered the negative traces left by displaced objects, giving birth to the series 'Delocazioni.'

Delving into the origins and significance of Parmiggiani's oeuvre, the art historian explores his engagement with trauma, both historical and metaphysical. Works such as the silhouettes above are inspired by the shadows of Hiroshima and the indelible image of his childhood home consumed by flames.

Cortellessa suggests that the inherent ambiguity in Parmiggiani's art resonates with Robert Musil's concept of 'structive,' where destruction and construction coalesce, birthing new presence amid the remnants of the old.

Stay tuned for updates on the release of the exhibition catalogue and a deeper exploration of Parmiggiani's artistic narrative.

🗓️ Until January 20, 2024
📍Tornabuoni Art Paris


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Exhibition views, Claudio Parmiggiani, Tornabuoni Art Paris 2023 ©️ Tornabuoni Art

  of  Don't let this opportunity slip away! It's the last chance to explore the third edition of  !On this occasion, Tor...
25/11/2023

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Don't let this opportunity slip away! It's the last chance to explore the third edition of !

On this occasion, Tornabuoni Art is presenting two booths. One is entirely dedicated to the profound oeuvre of Alighiero Boetti. In the other stand, you can discover a group show spanning from modern art to the latest trends presenting artists such as .plessi and .

📍Congress Center La Nuvola, Rome
➖ Booths M1 and A26-B25
📆 November 24-26, 2023


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Images:
Installation views, ©️ ALL BY SIAE

 Tornabuoni Art is thrilled to present its latest 'Arte moderna e contemporanea. Antologia scelta 2024’!  Our annual cat...
22/11/2023



Tornabuoni Art is thrilled to present its latest 'Arte moderna e contemporanea. Antologia scelta 2024’!

Our annual catalog 'Antologia scelta’ aims at offering a curated selection of iconic modern and contemporary artworks meticulously handpicked by our gallery during the last year.

Collectors and art enthusiasts are invited to discover some the published works in our Florentine gallery, starting from November 30, 2023, in an exhibition that will showcase masterpieces by influential figures of Post War and contemporary art.

Join us in celebrating the unveiling of our latest catalog !

📍Tornabuoni Art, Florence
📆 Opening November 30, 2023


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Images: ©️ Tornabuoni Art

 , last few days! Tornabuoni's exhibition 'Realtà e Sogno: da Fattori a Guttuso' in Florence is entering its final days....
07/11/2023

, last few days!

Tornabuoni's exhibition 'Realtà e Sogno: da Fattori a Guttuso' in Florence is entering its final days.

From Giovanni Boldini's Belle Époque charm to Giacomo Balla's dynamism and Giorgio Morandi's contemplative still lifes, this exhibition explores Italian figurative art of the first half of the 20th-century.

Through a time of rapid changes and developments, some artists harshly depict reality while others escape into dreamworlds.

Learn more by visiting our gallery in Florence!

📆 Until November 11, 2023
📍 Tornabuoni Art, Florence


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Images: Installation views, Florence, ©️ Tornabuoni Art
All by SIAE 2023

Discover  Emerging in the wake of the trauma of World War II, Informalism was a profoundly European artistic movement, g...
02/11/2023

Discover

Emerging in the wake of the trauma of World War II, Informalism was a profoundly European artistic movement, giving voice to a generation marked by visions of conflict. Figuration was no longer enough to convey their experiences. In this new language - developed in the early '50s by artists like Alberto Burri, Lucio Fontana, Jean Fautrier, and Jean Dubuffet - matter prevailed over form, painting a reality beyond the visible world.

Our Milanese show ‘Informale. Dialogo tra Italia e Europa’ aims at offer a diversified experience of Informalism, gaining insight into how some of the most significant artists of the 20th century interpreted and deeply personalized this movement.

The exhibition features Italian masterpieces by Lucio Fontana, Alberto Burri, Afro, Tancredi, Emilio Vedova, Renato Birolli, Antonio Corpora, Giuseppe Santomaso, Giulio Turcato and Gualtiero Nativi and European artists such as Hans Hartung, Jean Fautrier, George Mathieu, Serge Poliakoff, Jean Paul Riopelle, Asger Jorn, Nicolas De Staël, Jean Dubuffet, and Mark Tobey.

INFORMALE. DIALOGO TRA ITALIA E EUROPA
📆 until December 10, 2023
📍Tornabuoni Art, Milan



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Images: Installation views, Milan, ©️ Tornabuoni Art

  KNOW that Salvatore Scarpitta inspired Italo Calvino for one of his most famous books, secretly dedicated to a famous ...
25/10/2023

KNOW that Salvatore Scarpitta inspired Italo Calvino for one of his most famous books, secretly dedicated to a famous actress Calvino deeply loved?

In 1931, in California, Scarpitta was 12 and he took refuge for a whole day on a pepper tree to escape his father's punishment. The news soon spread to the press. Amused by the resonance of the fact, Scarpitta decided to climb the pepper tree again and stay there for 34 days.

Fast forward to 1944 in Rome, where Elsa de’ Giorgi, a famous actress and renowned writer, was used to hosting intellectuals, painters, journalists, and writers in her salon. Turcato, Leoncillo, Monelli, and Savinio used to discuss and debate at her place. In 1955, she met Italo Calvino and they fell for each other.

During a memorable dinner at Osteria Fratelli Menghi in 1950, Scarpitta regaled them with his youthful tale, seated next to none other than Calvino himself. Tickled by the tale, he took the cue from it to write his famous novel 'Il Barone Rampante' (The Baron in the Trees).

By 1957, 'Il Barone Rampante' was born, a literary marvel with a hidden dedication to his beloved Elsa, affectionately anagrammed as 'Raggio di Sole' (Ray of Sun)."

INCONTRI ROMANI
📆 until November 25, 2023
📍Tornabuoni Art, Rome



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Images:

1. Installation view ‘Incontri romani’, ©️ Tornabuoni Art, Rome
2. Installation view ‘Incontri romani’, ©️ Tornabuoni Art, Rome
3. Salvatore Scarpitta, Senza titolo (Protesta), 1955, oil on canvas, 220x165 cm
4. A 12 years old Salvatore Scarpitta with the Hunter brothers sitting on the pepper tree.
5. Italo Calvino, Il Barone Rampante, first edition, 1957 and Italo Calvino, Baron in the Trees, Collins, London, 1959.
6. Italo Calvino and Elsa de’ Giorgi

Now   ! Tornabuoni Art is thrilled to announce the opening of Claudio Parmiggiani’s very first exhibition in France. The...
20/10/2023

Now !

Tornabuoni Art is thrilled to announce the opening of Claudio Parmiggiani’s very first exhibition in France.

The exhibition presents Claudio Parmiggiani’s ‘Delocazioni’, the artist’s most celebrated works created especially for this exhibition. His ‘Shadow Sculpture’ , first exhibited in 1970 are now known as the heart of his artistic expression and his enigmatic artistic process captivates the attention of art enthusiasts from all around the world.

The exhibition is ready to welcome you in our Parisian gallery !

More information available on our website.

📍 Tornabuoni Art, Paris
🗓️ From October 19th 2023 to January 20th 2024



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Exhibition views, Claudio Parmiggiani, Tornabuoni Art, Paris ©️Tornabuoni Art

(Featuring: Claudio Parmiggiani, Untitled, smoke and soot on panel, 2023)

Last days of   !Tornabuoni Art invites you to explore the mastery of Italian and international post-war artists, from th...
14/10/2023

Last days of !

Tornabuoni Art invites you to explore the mastery of Italian and international post-war artists, from the groundbreaking Lucio Fontana to the evocative Pablo Atchugarry. These iconic works await your discovery until October 15, 2023.
Join us at !

📆 until October 15, 2023
📍 The Regent’s Park - Booth A05



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Images:

1. Installation view, (featuring: Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attese, 1965-66, water-based paint on canvas ©️ Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milano; Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 1994, statuary Carrara marble, 130x40x31 cm; Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 1995, statuary Carrara marble, 210x48x31 cm)
2. Lucio Fontana, Concetto spaziale, Attese, 1965-66, water-based paint on canvas ©️ Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milano
3. Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 1994, statuary Carrara marble, 130x40x31 cm
4. Pablo Atchugarry, Senza titolo, 1995, statuary Carrara marble, 210x48x31 cm

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