GAGLIARDI E DOMKE GALLERY
Gagliardi e Domke gallery, founded in 2003 in Turin as Gagliardi Art System by Pietro Gagliardi, has pursued innovative artistic choices, through different expressive languages, from painting to new media, from sculpture to Net Art, with a strong focus on young national and international talents.
Gagliardi e Domke is a contemporary art gallery based in Turin. It develops and implements artistic projects and exhibitions, cooperations between other galleries, artists, institutions and collectors. It regularly participates in national and international fairs.
In 2011 the gallery moved from its historic venues in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 90 – near the GAM (Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Torino), to the district Barriera di Milano, in Via Cervino 16, to a former cable factory, in a district undergoing a rapid transformation, close to the MEF (Museo Ettore Fico), design studios and artists ateliers including that of sculptor Fabio Viale, innovative and trendy catering facilities such as EDIT and not far from the Lavazza Cloud by architect Cino Zucchi and the Luigi Einaudi Campus, University of Turin designed by Norman Foster. In 2015 Christian Domke joined Pietro Gagliardi and the gallery changed its name to Gagliardi and Domke. In the following years the gallery continued its mission of promoting young Italian and foreign artists, developing international projects and cooperations such as the exhibition “Vision and Dreams”, Piero Fogliati & Glaser/Kunz at the Kunstraum Riehen in Basel, the participation of Martina Brugnara as finalist of the VAF Prize at the Stadtgalerie Kiel as well as the exhibition “Ich ist ein anderer” with Glaser/Kunz at the Kunstmuseum Thurgau and their participation in the exhibition “Warum Kunst” at the Kunsthalle Weishaupt.
The exhibition spaces of the gallery are located within the post-industrial structure of Via Cervino 16, which also houses the storage facilities and exhibitions of the Gagliardi Art Collection, which can be visited by appointment.
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