Secci Gallery

Unmatter, 2022, exhibition view, Secci Gallery, Milan. Courtesy the artist and Secci Gallery. Photo: The Knack Studio

Secci Gallery was established in Florence in 2013. Since then, it has constantly endeavored to be an incubator for artistic creativity, based on a rigorous curatorial approach, international collaborations and partnerships, as well as the involvement of critics and curators in the devising of exhibitions. 

Claire Fontaine, Protection, 2023, installation view, Secci Gallery, Milan. Courtesy the artist and Secci Gallery. Photo: Nicola Gnesi

In 2021, the gallery opened its doors to the post-war avant-garde with an extensive retrospective devoted to Titina Maselli, an event that marked the beginning of important partnerships with the main artist archives in Italy. Currently, the gallery is presenting and developing a multidisciplinary program of modern and contemporary art, reflecting the cross-cutting nature of art itself. 

In addition to the Florence premises, located in the historic 15th-century Palazzo Ricasoli, Secci opened a second venue in the heart of Milan in 2021, expanding its exhibition programs with ambitious and site-specific projects. 


City Exhibition Date
Firenze VROOM VROOM Until 26.05.2024


  • Mateusz Choróbski
  • Daria Dmytrenko
  • Maurizio Donzelli
  • Marco Eusepi
  • Andrea Galvani
  • Kevin Francis Gray
  • Jon Kessler
  • José Carlos Martinat
  • Radu Oreian
  • Giò Pomodoro
  • Concetto Pozzati
  • Matthew Ritchie
  • Chris Soal
  • Michael Staniak
  • Marco Tirelli
  • Theo Triantafyllidis
  • Levi van Veluw
  • Joan Witek