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Part four

Lucio Fontana, “Concetto spaziale”, 1954-55, the largest work performed by the master in crystal and Murano glass is currently on display at the TEFAF in Maastricht until 19 March. 

You can admire it at the booth 365 gallery Salamon – Old Masters (a collaboration with Studio Gariboldi). 

Fontana is surrounded by exceptional works by Antonio Canaletto, Francesco Guardi, Michele Marieschi. 

© Galleria Salamon



Arte Fiera 2023

Studio Gariboldi participates in the new edition of Arte Fiera, in Bologna, with a selection of important works within the Main Section.
We will be present in Pavilion 26, Booth B2, from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 February at the following hours: Thursday 2 February from 10.30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 3, Saturday 4, and Sunday 5 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Entrance Costituzione at the Bologna Exhibition Centre.


L’alfabeto del segno e della materia Joan Miró genius loci

Until 22 January 2023 at Palazzo Salmatoris in Cherasco (CN), it will be possible to visit L’alfabeto del segno e della materia Joan Miró genius loci, “a far-sighted exhibition that showcases the colours, the ‘non-forms’, the communicative alphabet of the prestigious Catalan artist and the art of his time”.

The exhibition includes our painting, Roberto Crippa, Spirali, 1951, Oil on canvas, 160 x 200 cm.

The exhibition is curated by Cinzia Tesio, Riccardo Gattolin and Rino Tacchella.



On 17 November the event Gallerie a Palazzo took place for the first time. Six galleries headquartered in Palazzo Cicogna inaugurated their shows together.
We thank the public who joined us in the gallery during the event.
We are waiting until 23 December for those who have not yet visited the exhibition Limiti di equilibrio, looking forward to seeing everyone in January with the gallery’s new projects for 2023.

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