Once again we arrive at the end of another year. 2021 was a year replete with contradictions and conflict, tension and turmoil. Two years since the start of the pandemic, a return to normal eludes us.
In recent years the gallery has collaborated with a series of museums in Italy and abroad, one of its main achievements being a collection of Italian photographs entitled United Artists of Italy, which Massimo Minini put together and is currently touring several European museums. The collection comprises portraits of Italian artists by famous photographers such as Mulas, Giacomelli, Catalano, Gorgoni, Mussat Sartor and Cresci. He has loaned long-term to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, a large sculpture by Anish Kapoor.
2013 was an important year for the gallery that has celebrated 40 years of activity with a great publication 453-page book: Massimo Minini Quarantanni. 1973-2013, published by a+mbookstore, with drawings, letters, postcards, telegrams, photographs and invitations to the countless exhibitions and adventures that have been invented since 1973. From this book a very passionate exhibition has blossomed, “Forty Years of Contemporary Art. Massimo Minini 1973-2013”, a sweeping show to celebrate forty years of Galleria Minini at Triennale Museum in Milan.
The Massimo Minini Gallery participates in major international fairs, including Art Basel in Basel, Fiac in Paris, Artissima in Turin, Frieze in New York, and Miart in Milan.