Tornabuoni Art

Tornabuoni Art is an international art gallery with locations in Paris, London, Florence, Milan, Forte dei Marmi, Crans-Montana, and Portofino. It was founded in Florence in 1981 by Roberto Casamonti, and is named after the street where the gallery was originally located, Via de' Tornabuoni.

The gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art, with a particular focus on Italian artists from the 20th century. Its collection includes works by artists such as Lucio Fontana, Alberto Burri, Giorgio Morandi, and Alighiero Boetti.

Tornabuoni Art is known for its rigorous approach to scholarship and authentication, and has been involved in numerous important exhibitions and publications related to modern and contemporary Italian art. In addition to its exhibitions and publications, the gallery also supports a number of cultural initiatives, such as the Tornabuoni Art Prize, which aims to promote emerging contemporary artists.

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  • Location
  • Florence, Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini 3, 50125
  • Milan, 20121, Via Fatebenefratelli 34/36
  • Forte dei Marmi, 55042, Piazza Marconi 2
  • Crans Montana, 3963, Rue Centrale 5
  • Paris, 75008, 16 Avenue Matignon
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.0