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Tornabuoni Art

Post-war Italian art
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Founded in Florence in 1981 by Roberto Casamonti, in the street that gave the gallery its name, Tornabuoni opened other exhibition spaces in Crans-Montana in 1993, Milan in 1995, Forte Dei Marmi in 2004, Paris in 2009 and London in 2015.

Specialising in Post-War Italian art, the gallery presents the work of artists such as Fontana, Burri, Castellani, Bonalumi, Boetti, Scheggi and Manzoni. Tornabuoni Art also has a permanent collection of significant works by major twentieth-century Italian artists, such as de Chirico, Morandi, Balla and Severini, as well as international avantgarde masters, such as Picasso, Mirò, Kandinsky, Hartung, Poliakoff, Dubuffet, Lam, Matta, Christo, Wesselmann, Warhol and Basquiat. Complementing its focus on Italian art, the Tornabuoni Art collection also features the work of young contemporary artists, such as the Italian artist Francesca Pasquali and the Italy-based Armenian artist Mikayel Ohanjanyan, who, along with the Armenian pavilion, won the Golden Lion at the 2015 Venice Biennale.

Tornabuoni Art participates in major international art fairs such as the TEFAF in Maastricht and New York, FIAC in Paris, Art Basel, Art Basel Miami, Art Basel Hong Kong, Miart in Milan, Frieze Masters in London, Artgeneve in Geneva and Artmonte-carlo in Monaco.

Tornabuoni Art’s experience and knowledge of the work of the artists it represents, has also enabled the gallery to establish itself as an advisor for both private and public collections.

Insights From The Exhibitor

Tornabuoni Art has built a reputation for its dedication to Italian art and support of visionary artistic projects worldwide. In addition to presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions, the gallery collaborates with renowned curators to present museum quality surveys and is extremely invested in museums projects. Through the loan of several works, Tornabuoni Art has been contributing to major museum exhibitions at the Moma and the Met in New York, the Tate Modern in London, the Reina Sofia in Madrid, as well as the Musée d’Art Moderne and the Centers Pompidou of Paris and Metz, the Museo del 900 in Milan or the MAMM in Moscow, among many others.

The gallery also works closely with artists’ estates and institutions, including the Fondazione Burri Collezione Palazzo Albizzini and the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice for a major retrospective on Alberto Burri’s work, during the Venice Biennale 2019 or the “Alighiero Boetti: Minimum/ Maximum” exhibition during the Venice Biennale 2017.

Exhibitions

Past
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ITALIA Minimal
Paris
Oct 22–Dec 22, 2020
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Dynamic visions
London
Oct 9–Dec 12, 2020
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Ceroli and Mambor
Profiles and Shadows in Roman Pop
Paris
Jun 4–Jul 5, 2020
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Morandi, Balla, de Chirico and Italian Painting 1920-1950
London
Feb 12–Sep 18, 2020
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Utopia
Paris
Oct 18–Dec 21, 2019
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Alighiero Boetti. Decoding his Universe: Works on Paper ( 1968 – 91 )
London
Oct 1–Jan 8, 2020
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Arnaldo Pomodoro
Paris
Apr 12–Jul 27, 2019
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Alberto Burri
Paris
Oct 19–Jan 12, 2019
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Piero Dorazio, Textures Lumineuses
Paris
Mar 10–May 8, 2021
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Carla Accardi and Dadamaino: Between sign and transparency.
Two Italian artists at the frontiers of abstraction
Paris
May 20–Sep 18, 2021

Artists

  • Carla Accardi
  • Valerio Adami
  • Afro Balsadella, detto Afro
  • Josef Albers
  • Getulio Alviani
  • Franco Angeli
  • Karel Appel
  • Arman
  • Pierre Fernandez
  • Pablo Atchugarry
  • Bernard Aubertin
  • Enrico Baj
  • Giacomo Balla
  • Vanessa Beecroft
  • Alberto Biasi
  • Alighiero Boetti
  • Agostino Bonalumi
  • Alberto Burri
  • Pier Paolo Calzolari
  • Massimo Campigli
  • Giuseppe Capogrossi
  • Carlo Carrà
  • Felice Casorati
  • Enrico Castellani
  • Maurizio Cattelan
  • Mario Ceroli
  • Sandro Chia
  • Giuseppe Chiari
  • Christo
  • Gianni Colombo
  • Tony Cragg
  • Roberto Crippa
  • Dadamaino
  • Giorgio De Chirico
  • Nicola De Maria
  • Filippo De Pisis
  • Piero Dorazio
  • Jean Fautrier
  • Tano Festa
  • Lucio Fontana
  • Anne-Karin Furunes
  • Omar Galliani
  • Renato Guttuso
  • Hans Hartung
  • Emilio Isgrò
  • Asger Jorn
  • Jannis Kounellis
  • Wilfredo Lam
  • Osvaldo Licini
  • Francesco Lo Savio
  • Alberto Magnelli
  • Serafino Maiorano
  • Renato Mambor
  • Piero Manzoni
  • Marino Marini
  • Georges Mathieu
  • Fausto Melotti
  • Mario Merz
  • Joan Mirò
  • Mario Nigro
  • Gastone Novelli
  • Mikayel Ohanjanyan
  • Nam June Paik
  • Mimmo Paladino
  • Giulio Paolini
  • Pino Pascali
  • Francesca Pasquali
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Luca Pignatelli
  • Cristiano Pintaldi
  • Michelangelo Pistoletto
  • Serge Poliakoff
  • Arnaldo Pomodoro
  • Giò Pomodoro
  • Gioacchino Pontrelli
  • Carlo Rea
  • Ottone Rosai
  • Mimmo Rotella
  • Alberto Savinio
  • Paolo Scheggi
  • Mario Schifano
  • Turi Simeti
  • Mario Sironi
  • Daniel Spoerri
  • Mario Tozzi
  • Giulio Turcato
  • Günther Uecker
  • Giuseppe Uncini
  • Victor Vasarely
  • Emilio Vedova
  • Andy Warhol