Galleria d'Arte Maggiore g.am.
Galleria d'Arte Maggiore (G.A.M.) is a contemporary art gallery located in Bologna, Italy. Established in 1978 by Luigi and Peppino Maggiore, the gallery is recognized for its dedication to promoting Italian modern and contemporary art, particularly from the 20th century.
The gallery's extensive collection includes works by some of the most important Italian artists of the 20th century, including Giorgio Morandi, Lucio Fontana, and Alighiero Boetti, among others. G.A.M. is also committed to promoting the work of emerging contemporary artists, and features a roster of international artists working in various mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, and video.
Galleria d'Arte Maggiore's exhibition spaces are designed to showcase the diversity and richness of modern Italian art. The gallery's exhibitions often explore themes such as the influence of Italian culture and tradition on contemporary art, and the role of art in shaping cultural identity.
In addition to its exhibitions, G.A.M. participates in international art fairs and collaborates with institutions and museums to promote the work of Italian artists. The gallery is committed to fostering dialogue and collaboration between artists, curators, and collectors, and provides advisory services to private collectors and institutions.