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Exhibitors
Cortesi Gallery
European and Post-War Art
Cortesi Gallery was founded in 2013 by Cortesi family specialising in European artistic movements from the ‘60s to the present day producing relevant displays collaborating with specialists as external curators, artists’ archives and estates. Most of the shows organised by Cortesi Gallery are followed by catalogues and publications made by Skira Editore and Mousse Publishing. The gallery’s expertise with major presentations were featuring the ZERO Group, New Tendencies, Kinetic, Conceptual and Minimal Art, opening the boundaries to contemporary artists. The first gallery opened in Lugano in 2013 with an exhibition dedicated to Italian Art ‘60s–‘90s. In May 2015, Cortesi Gallery opened a second space in London, Mayfair, with a group show dedicated to the ZERO Group. Two years later, Cortesi Gallery launched its third space in Milan with an exhibition dedicated to Italian Transavanguardia artist: Nicola De Maria.
Insights From The Gallery
Exhibitions
On view
SPECTRUM - Art of the new Millennial from Private Collections
Lugano
Sep 15–Dec 17, 2020
On view
MILANO AND THE MANY ARTISTIC NUANCES
Milano
Sep 7–Dec 21, 2020
Past
Maurizio Donzelli: THRESHOLDS
Curated by Ilaria Bignotti e Alberto Zanchetta
Lugano
Jun 17–Sep 2, 2020
Past
Heinz Mack: The Breath of Light
Curated by Francesca Pola
Milano
Sep 12–Nov 8, 2019
Past
Giuseppe Santomaso: Animated Paintings
Curated by Francesca Pola
London
Sep 18–Dec 11, 2019
Past
Jorge Eielson: matter, sign, space
Curated by Francesca Pola
London
Mar 1–May 31, 2019
Past
Zagreb Calling: Ivan Picelj, Vjenceslav Richter and Julije Knifer
Curated by Ilaria Bignotti
Milano
Mar 28–Jun 28, 2019
Artists
  • Vincenzo Agnetti
  • Alberto Biasi
  • Alighiero Boetti
  • Agostino Bonalumi
  • Enrico Castellani
  • Gianni Colombo
  • Dadamaino
  • Chiara Dynys
  • Nicola De Maria
  • Maurizio Donzelli
  • Piero Dorazio
  • Jorge Eielson
  • Lucio Fontana
  • Jan Henderikse
  • Walter Leblanc
  • Angela Lyn
  • Heinz Mack
  • Ugo Mulas
  • Louise Nevelson
  • Maria Nigro
  • Mimmo Paladino
  • Gianfranco Pardi
  • Ivan Picelj
  • Otto Piene
  • Fabrizio Plessi
  • Arnaldo Pomodoro
  • Giuseppe Santomaso
  • Jesus Rafael Soto
  • Gunther Uecker
  • Grazia Varisco
  • Herman de vries