Serena Maisto: Basquiat & I: into the present

After Serena Maisto’s brilliant and successful debut in Lugano with the exhibition “Time Line, My Walk with Basquiat”, Cortesi Gallery is delighted to present her first solo show in London, entitled “Basquiat and I: into the present”. The project on show is the development of the Lugano exhibition, born from the artist’s encounter with the […]

Ne ho solo 80… Grazia Varisco

At its recently opened Milan venue, Cortesi Gallery is pleased to present “ne ho solo 80… (“I’m only 80”)”, an exhibition dedicated to Grazia Varisco on her 80th birthday. Intended as an homage to the artist’s long career, it features works and studies—some shown here for the first time—from very different periods, highlighting the investigation […]

Grazia Varisco: allineamenti scorrevoli ricorrenti

At its recently opened Milan venue, Cortesi Gallery is pleased to present ne ho solo 80… (“I’m only 80”), an exhibition dedicated to Grazia Varisco on her 80th birthday. Intended as an homage to the artist’s long career, it features works and studies— some shown here for the first time—from very different periods, highlighting the […]

herman de vries: the return of beauty

Dutch artist herman de vries (1931) is a cardinal figure in twentieth-century European art whose importance is gradually garnering international attention. This exhibition at Cortesi Gallery, curated by Francesca Pola, brings together a series of highly significant examples of his work, to retrace the key stages in his creative career. From the time of his […]

Walter Leblanc and the European Neo-avangarde

Cortesi Gallery’s Milan location is pleased to present the work of Walter Leblanc (1932-1986), a cardinal figure in post-war European art whose importance is steadily gaining greater international recognition. This exhibition at Cortesi, curated by Francesca Pola and organized in collaboration with the Walter & Nicole Leblanc Foundation of Brussels, juxtaposes the oeuvre of this […]

Walter Leblanc: Sensorial Geometries

The Belgian artist Walter Leblanc (1932-1986) was an outstanding figure in post-World War II European art, whose importance is drawing international attention. This exhibition at Cortesi Gallery, curated by Francesca Pola and realized in collaboration with the Walter and Nicole Leblanc Foundation of Brussels, brings together pivotal examples of his work from the 1950s to […]

Serena Maisto: Time Line, My Walk with Basquiat

Cortesi Gallery is pleased to present the first solo show by Serena Maisto, artist promoted by Art51. The new project on show is born from the artist’s encounter with the oeuvre of Edo Bertoglio, the swiss photographer and film director who portrayed the unique energy of 1980s New York. Maisto focuses on one of the […]

Nicola De Maria: From the Venice Biennale 1990

Ahead of the opening of the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, Cortesi Gallery is delighted to announce the launch of a new space in Milan, with an exhibition dedicated to Italian Transavanguardia artist, Nicola De Maria. The showbrings together the five monumental canvases created by De Maria on the occasion ofhis […]

Maurizio Donzelli: Etcetera

The work of Maurizio Donzelli (b. Brescia, 1958) focuses on mark, drawing and ornament as hub around which all other tools of expression seem to gravitate. These characteristics are visible both in the realization of the work and in the ways in which the latter is exhibited. The first-ever solo exhibition in the UK dedicated […]

Louise Nevelson. Assemblages and Collages 1960 – 1980

Cortesi Gallery, Lugano, is pleased to present the exhibition Louise Nevelson. Assemblages and Collages, a remarkable selection of 29 works realised by the artist between 1960 and 1980. Louise Nevelson (Kiev, 1899 – New York, 1988) was born in the Ukraine but emigrated to the United States in her early years. She is one of […]