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. 




'Spatial Affairs'

CILDO MEIRELES 'Project for Virtual Volumes' 1968-1969. Photo: Ela Bialkowska


'Spatial Affairs'


group exhibition

Curators: Giulia Bini, Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás

Ludwig Museum

Komor Marcell utca 1, Budapest, Hungary

‘Spatial Affairs’ aims to examine the relation and co-reliance of physical and digital presences through Modern, Conceptual and Contemporary works of art and manifestos.

29/04/2021 - 27/06/2021

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

CARSTEN HÖLLER 'Upside Down Mushroom Room' inside 'Atlas'

CARSTEN HÖLLER 'Upside Down Mushroom Room' 2000


CARSTEN HÖLLER 'Upside Down Mushroom Room' inside 'Atlas'

group exhibition

Fondazione Prada

Milano, Italy

The 'Atlas' project born from a dialogue between Miuccia Prada and Germano Celant is housed within the six exhibition levels of the Tower. It brings together works from the Prada Collection in a succession of spaces, one of which houses Carsten Höller’s ‘Upside Down Mushroom Room’.

KADER ATTIA  'Fragments of Repair'

KADER ATTIA 'On n’emprisonne pas les idées' 2018. Installation view at Galleria Continua, Les Moulins. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith


KADER ATTIA 'Fragments of Repair'

BAK, basis voor actuele kunst

Pauwstraat 13A

Utrecht, The Netherlands

'A multi-part project consisting of an exhibition, collective study program, and series of gatherings, in collaboration with artist Kader Attia and decolonial forum La Colonie, Paris.'

The online opening will take place on April 17th via ZOOM

17/04/2021 - 01/08/2021