Apalazzogallery

Olivier Mosset, Ramp and Kyiv II, 2019, installation view, APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia. Courtesy APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia

APALAZZOGALLERY was founded in 2008 by Francesca Migliorati and Chiara Rusconi, as a commercial space for new encounters. Inspired by the unique architecture of the gallery, the prestigious Palazzo Cigola Fenaroli, it aims to show contemporary art through a particular perspective, presenting curated solo and group exhibitions on a diversity of themes. Inspired by the unique architecture of the gallery, the prestigious Palazzo Cigola Fenaroli, it aims to show contemporary art through a particular perspective, presenting curated solo and group exhibitions on a diversity of themes.

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Nathalie Du Pasquier, Uscita d’insicurezza, 2016, exhibition view, APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia. Courtesy the artist and APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia

The commitment of the gallery is to develop a multidisciplinary and cross-generational program. APALAZZOGALLERY organizes exhibitions based on a specific theme or, alternatively, on the work of a single artist; it also supports international and Italian artists, both young and historical figures. Every project is built on a long and attentive dialogue between the gallery space and the artist; the result is often a show in which the artworks engage the space in innovative ways, creating complex connections with the architecture of the palace. The gallery encourages and sustains this dialogue through artist residencies. APALAZZOGALLERY promotes the work of the artists through Italian and international art fairs and curatorial projects.
APALAZZOGALLERY promotes the work of the artists through Italian and international art fairs and curatorial projects.

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Ibrahim Mahama, Untitled, 2015, installation view, APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia. Courtesy the artist and APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia

Exhibitions

City Exhibition Date
Brescia IF THESE ARE THE THINGS, Ibrahim Mahama Until 22.09.2024

Artists

  • Sonia Boyce
  • Ann Iren Buan
  • Edson Chagas
  • Giorgio Ciam
  • Raúl De Nieves
  • Nathalie Du Pasquier
  • Em’kal Eyongakpa
  • Paolo Gonzato
  • Ibrahim Mahama
  • Servane Mary
  • Jonas Mekas
  • Olivier Mosset
  • Nathlie Provosty
  • Augustas Serapinas
  • Alexandra Sukhareva
  • Luc Ming Yan