history

Founded in 1968, the “New Space” Gallery opens with an exhibition of emerging artists, such as Mario Ceroli, Concept Pozzati, Beppe De Valle, Federica Bertino, Sandro De Alexandris and Claudio Verna.

The activity of the Gallery continues with exhibitions of emerging masters and artists: Salvador Dalì, Renato Volpini, Enrico Baj in 1972, Picasso and Marino Marini in 1973, Virgilio Guidi, Federica Bertino, Lucio Fontana (works on paper), the
first posthumous exhibition by Roberto Crippa, in the presence of Mrs Baggini Crippa; Doris Reitter (Austria), Giacomo Manzù; Zoran Music in 1981 (an exhibition with 50 paintings), Le Cloirec (France), Yeon-Tak Chang (Korea), Yoichi
Ohira (Japan), Antonio Màro (Peru), Tullio Crali in 1978, Tancredi Parmeggiani in 1980, Andy Warhol, Giovanni D’Agostino (a conceptual artist), Luigi Veronesi.

Among the most recent exhibitions: Mimmo Rotella in 1996, Romano Zanotti, in collaboration with the “Denise René” Gallery in Paris and the Venetian Spatialists in 1997, Luciano Chinese in Villa De Brandis, S. Giovanni al Natisone (Udine), at the Palazzo delle Prigioni Vecchie in San Marco, Venice in 1995, at the Villa Nazionale Pisani in Stra (Venice), at the Kursaal, in Abano Terme (Padua), at the castle of San Giusto, Trieste in 1998, at the National Library of Gorizia in 1999, in Ca ‘Zenobio – Treviso, in Paris, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Ukraine.