Galleries

Galleria Massimo Minini

Founded in Brescia in 1973 by Massimo Minini, the gallery focuses mainly on italian artists.

Massimo Minini opened his gallery in Brescia, dubbed Banco, in 1973. During his early years of activity, he was involved mainly with Conceptual Art, Arte Povera and Minimal Art.

He decided in the late seventies and early eighties to continue along these lines with works from some young Italian and foreign artists, including Ettore Spalletti, Jan Fabre, Didier Vermeiren, Bertrand Lavier, Anish Kapoor, Alberto Garutti, Icaro and Gerwald Rockenschaub. The gallery, however, also displayed works by figurative artists such as Salvo, Luigi Ontani, Ger Van Elk, Jiri Georg Dokoupil and Ryan Mendoza.

In the mid-1990s the gallery started to focus on a group of Italian artists, such as Eva Marisaldi, Mario Airò, Stefano Arienti, Maurizio Cattelan, Vanessa Beecroft, Sabrina Torelli, Sabrina Mezzaqui, Francesco Simeti and Paolo Chiasera. In more recent years, as well as displaying works by long-standing artists Boetti, Accardi, Fabro, Paolini, LeWitt, Barry, Graham and Buren the gallery has staged important exhibitions by Yona Friedman, Roger Ballen, Nedko Solakov, Haim Steinbach, Peter Halley and Ghada Amer, and works by newcomers such as  Manfred Pernice, Sean Snyder, Mathieu Mercier, Jan De Cock, Tino Seghal, David Maljkovic, Haris Epaminonda, John Isaacs, Ariel Schlesinger.

Galleria Massimo Minini has stands at major international fairs, including Art Basel in Basel, Fiac in Paris, Artissima in Turin, Frieze in New York, and Miart in Milan.

In recent years the gallery has collaborated with a series of museums in Italy and abroad, one of its main achievements being a collection of Italian photographs entitled United Artists of Italy, which Massimo Minini put together and is currently touring several European museums. The collection comprises portraits of Italian artists by famous photographers such as Mulas, Giacomelli, Catalano, Gorgoni, Mussat Sartor and Cresci. He has loaned long-term to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, a large sculpture by Anish Kapoor.

Contacts & Details
OPENING:
mon, tue, wed, thu, fri 10:30 am – 7:30 pm; sat 3:31 pm – 7:30 pm

CLOSING DAYS:
sun

T: +39 030 38 30 34
M: info@galleriaminini.it
W: Website

ADDRESS
Via Apollonio, 68

ESTABLISHED
1973
Past Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Ettore Spalletti/Sol Lewitt
Massimo Minini Gallery presents the exibition of two poetic talents who elude all categorization: Ettore...
02 Feb 2013 - 06 Apr 2013
Exhibitions
Monica Bonvicini: then to see the days again and night never never be too high
Monica Bonvicini’s practice combines a meticulous attention to form with an equally pressing examination...
28 Sep 2013 - 26 Oct 2015
Exhibitions
David Maljkovic: With the Gallery
With the Gallery is the name of this second exhibition that David Maljkovic is having in Brescia until...
26 Sep 2015 - 14 Nov 2015