Founded in 2007, Repetto Gallery is a modern and contemporary art gallery located in London.
It is actively engaged in promoting and enhancing Italian artists, Burri, Ghirri, Fontana, Munari; some of the protagonists of Arte Povera and Conceptual Art, Boetti, Calzolari, Paolini, Pistoletto and some of the greatest international artists, Christo, Long, Matsutani, Motonaga, and Neshat. The historical artist of the gallery is Melotti, whose support led Repetto Gallery to the important exhibition in 2014 at the Guggenheim Museum in Venice.
Among the most significant exhibitions, Postwar Italian Ceramics curated by Luca Massimo Barbero with works by Fontana and Melotti; the solo shows by Pistoletto, Paolini, Ghirri and Calzolari; the ones dedicated to Victor Vasarely and to the Japanese artist Sadamasa Motonaga, one of the leading protagonists of the Gutai group; We Land, Land Art group show; Metamorphosis: the Alchemist of Matter, with texts by Bruno Corà, dedicated to Arte Povera; Threading spaces dedicated to four female artists Maria Lai, Franca Sonnino, Elisabetta Gut and Nedda Guidi. Repetto Gallery current program includes the promotion and rediscovery of the Italian artist and designer Bruno Munari, and it is focused on opening up a broader dialogue between historical and young artists, with solo shows by Carlo Scarpa and Arcangelo Sassolino.
Repetto Gallery is also focused on fairs, amongst other we participate at The Armory Show in New York, Frieze Masters in London, BRAFA and Art Brussels in Brussels, Miart in Milan, Arte Fiera in Bologna and Artissima in Turin. Finally, it offers consultancy and advisory services for institutional and private clients.