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Poggiali, Milan

Founded by Lorenzo Poggiali, the gallery has three branches in Italy, in Florence, Milan and Pietrasanta and represents national and international artists.

Foro Buonaparte 52, 20121, Milan, Italy

Poggiali opened first in Florence in 1984 and then in Milan in 2018; the space is devoted to experimentation and exposure of only one work at a time when artists will be called to carry out site-specific works.

 

Contacts & Details
OPENING TIMES:
Tue– Sat 10.30am – 1.30pm, 3pm – 7pm
CLOSING DAYS:
Mon, Sun
T: +39 02 72095815
M: info@galleriapoggiali.com
W: Poggiali, Milan

ADDRESS
Foro Buonaparte 52, 20121, Milan, Italy

ESTABLISHED
2018
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Represented Artists
Manfredi Beninati
Artist
Slater Bradley
Artist
Roberto Barni
Artist
Enzo Cucchi
Artist
Chan-kyong Park
Artist
Zhivago Duncan
Artist
Giovanni Frangi
Artist
Marco Fantini
Artist
Luigi Ghirri
Artist
Goldschmied & Chiari
Artist
John Isaacs
Artist
Thomas Kovachevich
Artist
Eliseo Mattiacci
Artist
Luca Pignatelli
Artist
Claudio Parmiggiani
Artist
Grazia Toderi
Artist
Fabio Viale
Artist
Gilberto Zorio
Artist
Kennedy Yanko
Artist
Upcoming Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Basil Kincaid: The Rolling Fields To My House
Basil Kincaid is a post-disciplinary artist from St. Louis, Missouri. His work focuses on our connection...
15 Sep 2021
Poggiali, Milan
Milan
Past Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Zhivago Duncan: Soulmate/Cellmate
The art gallery Poggiali, in Milan, hosts the solo exhibition “Soulmate/Cellmate”, dedicated...
03 Apr 2019 - 30 Apr 2019
Poggiali, Milan
Milan
Exhibitions
John Isaacs: Archipelago
Poggiali Gallery in Milan present a solo exhibition by renowned British artist John Isaacs (Lancaster,...
10 Apr 2018 - 29 Jun 2018
Poggiali, Milan
Milan
Exhibitions
Basil Kincaid: The Rolling Fields To My House
Basil Kincaid is a post-disciplinary artist from St. Louis, Missouri. His work focuses on our connection...
15 Sep 2021
Poggiali, Milan
Milan
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