DB + K
DALBOSCO + KESSLER GALLERY / Rome

DB + K is an art gallery located in the heart of Rome. Anna Kessler and Michele Dal Bosco founded this venue with the purpose of promoting new emerging artists, as well as proposing works of well-known ones.

The gallery opened on September 7th, 2021 with the exhibition Me and You and Everyone We Know. On June 16th 2022 they opened Selva Trágica.

Giulia Maria Belli, Parelio, (series) 2021–2022
DB + K
DALBOSCO + KESSLER GALLERY / Rome

DB + K is an art gallery located in the heart of Rome. Anna Kessler and Michele Dal Bosco founded this venue with the purpose of promoting new emerging artists, as well as proposing works of well-known ones.

The gallery opened on September 7th, 2021 with the exhibition Me and You and Everyone We Know. On June 16th 2022 they opened Selva Trágica.

Giulia Maria Belli, Parelio, (series) 2021–2022
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