Specialised in Post-War Italian art, Tornabuoni Art has shown the works of Alighiero Boetti (2010), Arnaldo Pomodoro (2011), Enrico Castellani (2011), Mimmo Rotella (2012), Giuseppe Capogrossi (2013), the exceptional exhibition “Lucio Fontana, rediscovery of a masterpiece” in parallel with the retrospective at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and retrospectives of Paolo Scheggi (2015) and Piero Dorazio (2016). In 2017, Tornabuoni Art Paris inaugurated its new exhibition space in the Marais with a solo-show dedicated to Alighiero Boetti. In 2018, Tornabuoni proposes the most comprehensive exhibition ever to be held in a private gallery of Afro Libio Basaldella, better known as Afro, and a solo show dedicated to Alberto Burri featuring the most iconic series of works realised between 1950 and 1970: Sacchi, Combustioni, Legni, Plastiche, Ferri and Cretto. The gallery also presents group shows such as “The Monochrome Under Pressure” (2012), “Bianco Italia” (2013), “Roma Pop” (2016) or “La Dolce Vita” (2017) brought together by different curators who are given carte blanche, each show offering a unique approach to the gallery’s collection. Complementing its focus on Italian art, the Tornabuoni Art collection also features the work of young contemporary artists such as Italian artist Francesca Pasquali and Italy-based Armenian artist Mikayel Ohanjanyan, who, along with the Armenian pavilion, won the Golden Lion at the 2015 Venice Biennale and recently exhibited at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2017).
Founded in Florence in 1981 by Roberto Casamonti, in the street that gave the gallery its name, Tornabuoni Art opened other exhibition spaces in Crans-Montana in 1993, Milan in 1995, Forte Dei Marmi in 2004, Paris in 2009 and London in 2015.
Tornabuoni Art participates in major international art fairs such as the FIAC, TEFAF Maastricht and New York, Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Basel Hong Kong, Arte Fiera, Miart, Frieze Masters, Artgeneve and Artmonte-carlo.
The gallery also works closely with museums and institutions, especially with the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice on the exhibition ‘Alighiero Boetti: Minimum/Maximum’, timed to coincide with the opening of the Venice Biennale 2017. With its experience and knowledge of the work of the artists it represents, the gallery has also established itself as an advisor for both private and public collections.