Years ago, in his law offices where part of his contemporary art collection is housed, Giuseppe Iannaccone exhibited a number of works by a young artist who at the time was almost unknown. This encounter led to such a lasting rapport that Giuseppe Iannaccone is now the only collector to own the whole series of self-portraits by that artist: Francesco Gennari.
It was this wonderful experience that gave Iannaccone the idea of presenting small exhibitions on the premises of his law firm, side by side with the works of well-established artists from the international scene. Solo shows by talented young artists still unfamiliar to the general public are alternated with thematic exhibitions on the Expressionists of the 30s, to make the Giuseppe Iannaccone Collection part of an ongoing dialogue and an increasingly one-of-a-kind experience, moving past the idea of mechanically classifying and cataloguing artists and works by place and period. The collector’s aim is to group together kindred forms of expression to help us gain a better understanding of them, weaving unexpected connections that offer fresh new insight.
Collezione Giuseppe Iannacconepresents Andrea RomanoMilka from 2 April to 20 October 2017 Vernissage Saturday 1 Aprilfrom 9.30 to 17.00By reservation firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday 1 April 2017, on occasion of the twenty- second edition of miart – the Milan...More
Saturday 9th April 2016, on occasion of the twenty-first edition of miart – the international fair of modern and contemporary art of Milan, the second event of the project IN PRATICA is to be inaugurated. This cycle of exhibitions, curated by Rischa Paterlini, will be hosted by lawyer Giuseppe...More
Davide Monaldi was born in 1983 in San Benedetto del Tronto, a town near Ascoli Piceno in the Marche region of Italy. He is a sculptor and works in ceramics. Monaldi values daily contact with his material and his pieces, in a serene atmosphere that lets them be contemplated, not just viewed.The...More