Galleria Continua



ITALICS Art and Landscape

DANIEL BUREN Photo-souvenir: 'La cabane éclatée aux 4 salles', work in situ and permanent, collection Gori, Fattoria di Celle, Santomato di Pistoia, 2005, mirror, white marble, black marble, cement, color, 400 x 878,3 x 878,3 cm. © DB-ADAGP Paris. Photo: Aurelio Amendola.

ITALICS Art and Landscape

Italy from the viewpoint of its gallerists: the new digital platform to discover Italian excellence.

Out of the vision of nine of the most influential galleries in Italy, comes a first-hand guide to the country’s art, culture and contemporary lifestyle, written and illustrated by the gallerists themselves.

ITALICS Art and Landscape is an all-digital editorial platform that will spotlight the profound cultural experiences cultivated on the Italian territory by its most celebrated gallerists, exploring the extraordinary art heritage of the country. Through insightful storytelling and eye-catching photography, readers will be offered a sense of discovery and unrivalled access to explore Italy.

The project stems from an idea Lorenzo Fiaschi (Galleria Continua) and Pepi Marchetti Franchi (Gagosian) had in April 2020 at the height of lockdown during the pandemic: to develop a new mode of cultural and human encounter between lovers of art in step with today’s digital age. A workgroup rapidly formed around the concept, made up of Alfonso Artiaco, Ludovica Barbieri (Massimo De Carlo), Massimo Di Carlo (Galleria dello Scudo), Francesca Kaufmann (kaufmann repetto), Massimo Minini, Franco Noero and Carlo Orsi, in addition to Fiaschi and Marchetti Franchi. 




HANS OP DE BEECK 'The Horseman'

HANS OP DE BEECK 'The Horseman' 2020. Photo: Studio Hans Op de Beeck


HANS OP DE BEECK 'The Horseman'

solo show

Part of the Sculpture in the Courtyard Project

The State Hermitage Museum

Palace Square 2

St. Petersburg, Russia

As part of the Sculpture in the Courtyard Project, Hans Op de Beeck, presents The Horseman (2020), a work that is characteristic of the artist’s hyperrealistic style and familiar grey tones, rendering the subject ethereal and fantastical.

25/05/2021 - 03/10/2021

SHILPA GUPTA 'Today will end'

SHILPA GUPTA 'Speaking Wall' 2009-2010.


SHILPA GUPTA 'Today will end'

solo show

MUHKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp

Leuvenstraat 32

Antwerp, Belgium

MUHKA presents the first mid-career survey exhibition of artworks by Shilpa Gupta, bringing together many of her key works for the first time. This exhibition offers a synopsis of the artist’s practice of the last twenty years, examining the evolution of her work and emphasising the speculative nature of work.

21/05/2021 - 12/09/2021


MARGHERITA MORGANTIN 'VIP = Violation of the Pauli exclusion principle' detail of the installation. Photo: Luca Ghedini.




Orti Boschetto Lungo Reno - Via Chiarini 6 (Quartiere Barca)

Bologna, Italy

Xing/Live Arts Week

in the contest of ART CITY Bologna 2021, promoted by Comune di Bologna

within the project VIP = Violation of the Pauli exclusion principle UNDER THE MOUNTAIN, ABOVE THE MOUNTAIN, produced by Xing and winner of the 8th edition of the Italian Council

Sunday May 9, 2021 | 5pm

09/05/2021 - 31/05/2023

CARLOS GARAICOA 'Línea rota de horizonte'

CARLOS GARAICOA 'Línea rota de horizonte' (detail)


CARLOS GARAICOA 'Línea rota de horizonte'

solo show

Fundación DIDAC

Santiago de Compostela, Spain

'Broken Line of Horizon' is an exhibition featuring a large installation that establishes a dialogue with the structures of the city and their relationship with nature, in many cases abused and neglected or, as in this case, mutilated. In addition, it will be completed with other works by the artist that relate to nature and the city. The project, curated by David Barro and González & González (Daniella González Maldini, Patrick Hamilton) is co-produced by MadBlue, Fundación DIDAC and Goodman Gallery / Johanesburg-London.

07/05/2021 - 09/06/2021