Contemporary art gallery showing sculptures, photos, paintings, and mixed media works. View the works at https://artsy.net/galleria-ca-doro.
Galleria Ca’ d’Oro was established in 1970 in Rome by Antonio Porcella, the son of Amadore Porcella, one of the most notable art critics of his time, who wrote for L’Osservatore Romano, the newspaper of Vatican City. Amadore was also the grandson of Alpinolo Porcella, a personal friend ofrecognized Italian masters, including Filippo de Pisis and Giorgio de Chirico. Galleria Ca’ d’Oro is viewed as one of Rome’s leading contemporary art galleries and is located on the historic Via del Babuino. Antonio remains active in the art world and is a current member of the de Chirico Foundation in Rome. Gloria Porcella, Antonio’s daughter and fourth generation Porcella to work in the art business, began working alongside her father in Galleria Ca’ d’Oro Rome twenty years ago and also began managing the gallery’s daily operations. In 2010, she realized her vision to bring the gallery to the U.S., opening in Miami with the intent to introduce more contemporary Italian art to the U.S. audience. Shortly after establishing Galleria Ca’ d’Oro Miami, she staged the highly-acclaimed exhibit, “Mona Lisa Unveiled” at Miami’s Freedom Tower, in coordination with the city of Margherita di Savoia and the Museo Ideale Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, Italy.Working with the world-renowned Cracking Art Group, Gloria also coordinated the worldwide tour of the “REGeneration Art Project,” first in Miami during the 2010 Art Basel Miami Beach, then at the 2011 Venice Biennale and concluding in 2014 in Central Park in New York. She also coordinate “Homage to de Chirico” in New York, Los Angeles and Miami. And, she organized a tribute exhibit to Pope John Paul II celebrating the 25th anniversary of his papacy with the ”Madonna in Contemporary Art” at the European Parliament in Brussels and the Pantheon in Rome. Gloria was raised in Rome, but studied at San Diego State University before returning to Rome where she assumed an advisory position for the City of Rome’s Cultural Commission. In September 2014 the Galleria has grown even further by opening its doors in Chelsea, New York City, the capital of the Art-World. In 2013 and 2014, the gallery participated in distinguished Art Fairs such as Context-Art Miami, Scope New York, Art Wynwood Miami and Art Southampton. The same year, the Galleria successfully reintroduced eight giant red snails in Central Park and Columbus Circle, New York. The installation’s popularity demonstrated once again the international prestige and acclaim of the gallery in the United States.
Rafael Barrios ‘Dislocating New York’ is now open @galleriacadoro
The great Master Rafael Barrios is Back to NYC after 9 Years from his Park Avenue Installation, with a solo show at @galleriacadoro
From Rome to the World! Fashion is a form of amazing creativity! This shop is simply the best! and finally online!
Rafael Barrios is back to NYC after 9 years from his Park Avenue Installation - https://mailchi.mp/28fb0af2e96e/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-7493285
Galleria Ca’ d’Oro is pleased to give you the preview of some of the works that we will be showing from next week at our NYC location. The great American-Venezuelan artist Rafael Barrios. An honor he chose our Gallery to represent him in NYC. Many will remember among many other installations, the 2012 Park Avenue installation. His solo show in NYC is about to happen! In person!
Galleria Ca' d'Oro participates at Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary and Art Wynwood Digital Editions exclusively on Artsy launch Feb 24 and run thru March 14! Link @artmiamifairs
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Explore Galleria Ca' d'Oro at Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary | Art Wynwood from Galleria Ca' d'Oro on Artsy. February 24 - March 14, 2021.
Dear Artists, check this out! $ 15,000 and an exhibition in April 2021.
Gloria Porcella has been appointed in the Jury of this art contest and looking forward to see your proposals, please check the link below. Deadline February 28, 2020.
EcoArt Project invites artists and designers to submit art in any medium: painting, drawing, print, sculpture, ceramics, textile, installation, mixed media, film, digital, performance, etc. Applications (art portfolio and artist bio) will be reviewed for exhibition consideration.
NEW YORK — The sculptor of New York City’s famed Charging Bull statue — a big Financial District tourist draw and symbol of Wall Street power — died Friday at age 80, Italian media reported. Arturo Di Modica died in Vittoria, his hometown in Sicily, said the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. ...
In person Palm Beach Show February 11-16, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/362eb3726397/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-7311665
In person Palm Beach Show February 11-16, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/85a93c64ffdc/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-7311645
Behind the scenes, selecting some artworks for a fabulous kitchen!
Matterport 3D Showcase
Miami Art Week 2020 - Art & Design - Collective Exhibition Curated by Gloria Porcella from Galleria Ca' d'Oro at CITCO in Miami Design District - World Red Eye
Miami, FL - December 5, 2020 - On Saturday evening, guests gathered at CITCO in Miami Design District for an exclusive look at Art & Design, a collective exhibition curated by Gloria Porcella from Galleria Ca' d'Oro. The 2,600-square-foot structure displays several of CITCO's original projects and t...
Beautiful model Unit designed by Rita Chraibi @international_designers for @monadterrace by @jeannouveldesign Furniture by @rochebobois by Jean Paul Gautier and Art from @galleriacadoro by @marcograssigrama @micaelalattanzio @libribianchi @monisciarra
DIVINE FEMININE curated by Gloria Porcella - https://mailchi.mp/d3a1c6e03451/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-7099017
OPENING TODAY DEC. 5th MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT 3-8 PM - https://mailchi.mp/43deca3fdf65/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-7084701
MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT SATURDAY DECEMBER 5th - https://mailchi.mp/d6b9859fecd2/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-7082597
Goodbye to Tony Porcella, Gallery owner De Chirico's personal friend
by Gloria Porcella
Tony Porcella, the owner of the historic Roman gallery Ca' d'Oro, vice president of the Giorgio de Chirico Foundation, passed away at the age of 81 years old. The memory of his daughter and "colleague", Gloria Porcella.
A gentleman. Passionate about art, in love with his family, a fighter to the last, like the rugby player he had been. My father Tony Porcella left us on November 9th, facing the last goal of his life - after defeating three cancers - in his beloved house in Rome, surrounded by the love of his family. And today, still overwhelmed by grief, three daughters and our mother Maria Cristina continue to receive demonstrations of affection from all over the world. Everyone loved Tony, a gallery owner and collector, a highly cultured and intellectually curious man, who brought his experience, his elegance, his passion into the art world. And his desire to discover new talents, such as Gino Marotta's pupils who were the protagonists of an exhibition entitled "The school of genres". But he never forgot his commitment to honor the great artists of the past. In his long career, he was vice president of the Giorgio de Chirico Foundation and a personal friend of the great artist: he was indeed one of the few who knew the Pictor Optimus in depth who, in the name of his proverbial irony, sometimes loved to play tricks on him. Like one the various notes that he left at the Gallery door, in the first Galleria Ca’ d’Oro location in via dei Condotti in Rome: "Distinguished doctor, if within 24 hours you do not pay me the sum of 995 billion dollars in cash, I will blow up your gallery with a charge of TNT ”. It was signed "Il Minestro" (Soup), the nickname that the father of metaphysical paintings had given himself to make fun of the people's habit of calling him "master".
It was to de Chirico, in 1974, that my father had dedicated the exhibition-tribute, in which he asked various artists to create a work inspired by the Master who, for his part, greatly appreciated the idea and attended the inauguration. That exhibition later in 2008 started from Rome, precisely from the Capitol Hill, and then successfully landed in America, in Miami and New York, with the participation of numerous artists, including Enrico Prampolini, Renato Guttuso, Ruggero Savinio, Gino Marotta, Ennio Calabria, Giuseppe Modica, Sergio Vacchi, Mario Ceroli, Alberto Sughi, Bruno Ceccobelli, Piero Pizzi Cannella, and young Italian and international promises of contemporary art, such as Alfredo Rapetti, Erika Calesini, Angelo Colagrossi, Stefano Branca, Flavia Mantovan, Camilla Ancilotto, the photographers Pino Settanni, Tiziano Lucci and Fabiana Roscioli. Over the years, Tony had become friends with other great painters, such as Renzo Vespignani with whom he made a memorable trip to Africa, Renato Guttuso who came to visit us in our home in Circeo (I remember their ‘scopone scientifico’ matches), Alberto Sughi, Gino Marotta, Corrado Cagli. More than an art dealer, my father was a passionate collector, who often would have preferred to keep the works while I urged him to sell them: separating from them was too painful. In his work he did not seek profit, but aimed to stimulate creativity in artists and, at the same time, the taste for beauty in collectors. Profit came accordingly.
Son of Amadore Porcella, art historian and eighteenth-century expert, critic of the Osservatore Romano (the Vatican Newspaper) and author of the first guide to the Pinacoteca of the Vatican Museums, my father had breathed his love for art very early at home. But despite being a connoisseur of the ancient one, he had chosen to focus on the contemporary one. And he loved to involve artists by organizing themed exhibitions. In 1970 he opened the Ca’ d'Oro gallery in via dei Condotti, in 1998 he moved it to Piazza di Spagna and, between 2010 and 2015, in via del Babuino, managing each time to fill it with well-known personalities, such as Sofia Loren, Alberto Sordi, Monica Vitti, Rita Levi Montalcini, intellectuals, politicians such as Sandro Pertini, Giovanni Spadolini, Walter Veltroni, Silvio Berlusconi. The Rome of culture, power and entrepreneurship never lacked at its vernissages. And Tony was in love with Rome. He also demonstrated this in the years in which he was the president of the Piazza di Spagna Association and organized memorable events, such as the awarding of an award to Robert De Niro: it was Gino Marotta's Barcaccia, which the American star received on the Staircase. And we have never forgotten the exhibition by Micheline Roquebrune, the painter wife of Sean Connery, who in 2004 my father organized at the Vittoriano. There was also the great Scottish actor who, in the evenings spent with us, showed off all his sense of humor. In 1997 I decided to follow my father's footsteps and started collaborating with him. We organized together the exhibitions of Seward Johnson, Mario Ceroli, Giacomo Manzù, Romero Britto. I had studied in America, spoke English perfectly, and at the time I was a bridge between the United States and Italy. For years I have settled in the States, where the art market has now moved, and I have opened galleries both in Miami and New York, acting as a link between Italian art and overseas collectors.
Dad has always supported my choices and, ever since I decided to go my own way, he left me carte blanche. He was proud of my successes, as well as those of my sisters Francesca and China, and he didn't like the spotlight: he always let us go on while remaining in the shadows. From him I think I inherited the passion for art, the sense of friendship, intellectual curiosity: in his entire life, Tony has never missed an exhibition because he wanted to know, discover, compare. His curiosity extended to literature, cinema, theater: he was a man of his time, and he loved to live always informed, immersed in society and intellectual life. He was generous, perceptive, peaceful, very witty. We will miss him very much and, in addition to the memory of his love and his qualities, there remain the portraits of the painters who wanted to portray him. There are forty-four, and among them are De Chirico, Giacomo Porzano, Camilla Ancillotto, Franco Mulas, Francesca Leone. In one of these canvases, signed by Giancarlo Pignataro, Tony appears surrounded by the collection of his portraits. It is an image that sums up his life. And today it makes the love that has always bound us even sweeter, more poignant, helping us to overcome the pain of this moment.
È scomparso a 81 anni Tony Porcella, titolare della storica galleria romana Ca’ d’Oro. Il ricordo della figlia e “collega”, Gloria Porcella
Today is a beautiful day in NYC and the Galleria Ca’ d’Oro glows with the colors of the new painting by @ewabathelier #chelsea #chelseagalleries #nyc #galleriacadoro #galleriacadoronyc
LIMITED EDITION SEAN CONNERY'S LITOGRAPHS BY HIS WIFE MICHELINE - https://mailchi.mp/3a920340698b/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-6208153
Opening Tomorrow in NYC, Thursday, September 17th - https://mailchi.mp/9209df07dca6/galleria-ca-doro-artist-highlights-5176825
This beautiful show by Roberto Lombana and Magda von Hanau is about to end, not many people had the opportunity to visit the Gallery in NYC during the quarantine but we are happy to share a virtual 3D tour with all the info related to it. Galleria Ca’ d’Oro New York is doing the best to enjoy Art and our Artists even from home.
Matterport 3D Showcase
Interview from @Janine Stanwood to Gloria Porcella on cancellation of Miami Art Basel - Channel 10
Galleria Ca’ d’Oro New York's cover photo
Royal unveiling of Lorenzo Perrone works in Florence
We are Open at Galleria Ca' d'Oro NYC, please wear mask when you come in!
Galleria Ca’ d’Oro New York's cover photo
1970 An historical photo of Antonio Porcella, founder of Galleria Ca’ d’Oro in Rome with the great Italian Master Giorgio de Chirico, Antonio 50 Years later 2020 is current Vice President of the de Chirico Foundation #Art #artmaster #artnews #giorgiodechirico #galleriacadoro
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Micaela Lattanzio in the studio! For more information on her work, please contact us at [email protected]
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