Martina Simeti Gallery
Milan

The Martina Simeti Gallery was founded in 2018 in Milan, initially as a project space in a silversmith workshop. The gallery programming grew out of the desire to explore areas in which the applied and decorative arts act as an intermediary for a conceptual research.

In April 2021, the Gallery moved to Via Benedetto Marcello. Its programming has naturally broadened, and today it represents both Italian and international artists with multidisciplinary practices in the visual arts, in dialogue with adjacent disciplines. The gallery program alternates solo shows with group exhibitions and special curated projects.

Bio: RM, Bizarre Tour, 2021. Courtesy of the Artist, and Martina Simeti, Milano / Main: Alek O., Il giorno della fine non ti servirà l’inglese, 2023. Installation view at Martina Simeti, Milano. Courtesy of the Artist and Martina Simeti, Milano. Photo Andrea Rossetti
Costanza Candeloro, Mimosa Echard, Alek O., Soshiro Matsubara, RM, Curtis Tawlst Santiago, Bernhard Schobinger, Davide Stucchi, Gaia Vincensini. Courtesy of the Artists and Martina Simeti, Milano. Photos Andrea Rossetti and Fabio Mantegna
Martina Simeti Gallery
Milan

The Martina Simeti Gallery was founded in 2018 in Milan, initially as a project space in a silversmith workshop. The gallery programming grew out of the desire to explore areas in which the applied and decorative arts act as an intermediary for a conceptual research.

In April 2021, the Gallery moved to Via Benedetto Marcello. Its programming has naturally broadened, and today it represents both Italian and international artists with multidisciplinary practices in the visual arts, in dialogue with adjacent disciplines. The gallery program alternates solo shows with group exhibitions and special curated projects.

Bio: RM, Bizarre Tour, 2021. Courtesy of the Artist, and Martina Simeti, Milano / Main: Alek O., Il giorno della fine non ti servirà l’inglese, 2023. Installation view at Martina Simeti, Milano. Courtesy of the Artist and Martina Simeti, Milano. Photo Andrea Rossetti
Costanza Candeloro, Mimosa Echard, Alek O., Soshiro Matsubara, RM, Curtis Tawlst Santiago, Bernhard Schobinger, Davide Stucchi, Gaia Vincensini. Courtesy of the Artists and Martina Simeti, Milano. Photos Andrea Rossetti and Fabio Mantegna
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