About the Artwork Campoli Presti

Campoli Presti

Campoli Presti is a contemporary art gallery established in 2003 in London. In 2007, the gallery moved to a permanent space in Paris. Having nurtured a longstanding connection with the Italian artistic community, the gallery established a new location in Milan in 2022.

Campoli Presti: Representing a Diverse Roaster of Artists

The gallery's artists maintain an ongoing and critical engagement with various aspects of artistic expression, including modes of presentation, concepts of authorship, the interplay between the physical and the digital realms, as well as traditionally non-artistic disciplines. As part of Campoli Presti's dedication to research aimed at reaching new artists and audiences, the gallery began representing several talented individuals, including Cinzia Ruggeri, Heike-Karin Föll, Fernanda Laguna, Benni Bosetto, to name a few.

Furthermore, the gallery serves as a bridge connecting contemporary artists' practices with historical figures who share similar concerns. This connection is established through exhibitions featuring artists like Martin Barré (in 2005), Marcel Broodthaers (in 2008 and 2012), and Louise Lawler (in 2018).

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  • Location
  • Paris, 4–6 rue de Braque
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.1