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Modern and Contemporary Art
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Mazzoleni was founded in Turin in 1986 by Giovanni and Anna Pia Mazzoleni, as a natural evolution of their private collection started in the 1950s. The historic Turin space, which occupies three floors of Palazzo Panizza, overlooking the city-centre Piazza Solferino, has since 2014 been flanked by the London gallery in the Mayfair art district.

Over the past three decades Mazzoleni has organised solo and group exhibitions of more than 200 prominent Italian and international artists from across the 20th century with an exhibition programme focused on museum-calibre Italian art from the post war period and recently the contemporary panorama, working in close collaboration with artists’ estates and foundations.

Under the leadership of Davide and Luigi Mazzoleni, in recent years Mazzoleni has intensified its international activities, participating in numerous art fairs, including Art Basel (Basel, Miami and Hong Kong), Frieze Masters (London), TEFAF (Maastricht and New York) and Fiac (Paris).

Insights From The Exhibitor


Melissa McGill
In Venice
Jun 22–Sep 18, 2021
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He Wanted to Turn the Sky Upside Down
Homage to Paolo Cotani
Sep 7–25, 2021


  • Afro
  • Getulio Alviani
  • Enrico Baj
  • Giacomo Balla
  • Agostino Bonalumi
  • Alberto Burri
  • Giuseppe Capogrossi
  • Felice Casorati
  • Enrico Castellani
  • Paolo Cotani
  • Giorgio de Chirico
  • Piero Dorazio
  • Lucio Fontana
  • Andrea Francolino
  • Hans Hartung
  • Piero Manzoni
  • Melissa McGill
  • Fausto Melotti
  • Rebecca Moccia
  • Carmengloria Morales
  • Nunzio
  • Giulio Paolini
  • Michelangelo Pistoletto
  • David Reimondo
  • Shigeru Saito
  • Alberto Savinio
  • Giulio Turcato
  • Emilio Vedova
  • Massimo Vitali
  • Gianfranco Zappettini