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September 8-11, 2022   Javits Center
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Galleria d'Arte Maggiore g.a.m.

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Giorgio Morandi
Paesaggio
1940

Presented
Artists

Bertozzi & Casoni
Giorgio de Chirico
Sam Francis
Paul Klee
Giorgio Morandi
Luigi Ontani
Sissi

Represented
Artists

Arman
Giacomo Balla
Vasco Bendini
Bertozzi & Casoni
Georges Braque
Alberto Burri
Pier Paolo Calzolari
Massimo Campigli
Marc Chagall
Giorgio de Chirico
Antoni Clavé
Paul Delvaux
Jean Dubuffet
Pablo Echaurren
Lucio Fontana
Sam Francis
Robert Indiana
Allen Jones
Wassily Kandinsky
Paul Klee
Franz Kline
Wifredo Lam
Fernand Léger
Leoncillo Leonardi
Sol LeWitt
René Magritte
Marino Marini
Georges Mathieu
Roberto Sebastian Matta
Joan Mirò
Giorgio Morandi
Mattia Moreni
Zoran Music
Luigi Ontani
Mimmo Paladino
Pablo Picasso
Gino Severini
Sissi
Ettore Spalletti
Yanrunan Tong
Lee Ufan
Andy Warhol
Zao Wou-ki

Galleria d'Arte Maggiore g.a.m. was founded in 1978 by Franco and Roberta Calarota, who have established the international prestige of the gallery through a permanent collection of museum-quality works by 20th Century International Masters. Their daughter, Alessia Calarota, became director in 2011, linking tradition with a new perspective. The exhibitions presented in the main location in Bologna aim to show how modern art influenced contemporary art. The dialogues proposed, like Ettore Spalletti - Giorgio Morandi: A dialogue of light (2015), should be read in this sense, as well as the collaborations with museums and institutions in Italy and abroad, such as Giorgio de Chirico, La Fabrique des rêves at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (2009) or the solo show dedicated to Morandi at the Metropolitan Museum, New York (2008) – and the commission of public works, such as Arman’s Rampante (1999), a monument dedicated to the famous Ferrari sports car manufacturer. Among the important collaborative relationships we have to mention is the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid, Museum of Palazzo Fortuny in Venice.
Since 2019 Franco and Roberta Calarota have opened an Institutional reality in Venice: ACP - Palazzo Franchetti.

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