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Galleria d'Arte Piero Della Francesca - Arte moderna e contemporanea dal 1969

Galleria d'Arte Piero Della Francesca

Arte moderna e contemporanea dal 1969

Founded in Arezzo in 1969, the Piero Della Francesca Art Gallery is today one of the oldest galleries in Europe. In the course of its history it has organized exhibitions of great masters of the twentieth century and contemporary art, becoming a point of reference for art lovers and currently represents, in European exclusivity, the most important American realist painter, Jeremy Mann. The gallery has 3 large exhibition spaces, close and complementary, located in Corso Italia (the main street of the city’s historic center) where they take place not only personal, collective and thematic exhibitions, but also reviews such as “Perspectives of Contemporary Art” (whose first edition dates back to 1973). The exhibition activity alternates with periodic exhibitions in which works by important masters of the past and present interact with works by emerging artists. Today, now in its 53rd year of activity and in its third generation, the Gallery continues its work of research and dissemination, rewarded by the trust of a constantly expanding public of collectors and is also active in the field of art editions (books, catalogs, graphics).