Studio Guastalla Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
was established in Milan in 1992. Ettore and Silvia Guastalla focus their
research activities mainly on internationally acclaimed Italian artists, with
whom they enjoy a direct working relationship, putting on specific exhibitions
at their gallery, and promoting and marketing their past works. Apart from the
careful choice of projects and works, particular attention is given to
scientific aspects of archiving, as well as to the production of exhibition catalogues.
Artists represented in solo shows include: Dadamaino, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Emilio
Isgrò, Giorgio Griffa and Piero Pizzi Cannella. Alongside their commitment to contemporary artists,
Ettore and Silvia Guastalla are a point of reference in terms of market for
artists of the calibre of Alberto Burri, Giuseppe
Capogrossi, Lucio Fontana, Marino Marini, Arturo Martini, Amedeo Modigliani, Mario Sironi, Pino Pinelli, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Paolo Scheggi, Turi Simeti, Ettore Sottsass. In parallel, Studio Guastalla boasts important collections
of graphic works by international artists, including Pablo Picasso, Marc
Chagall, Georges Braque and Joan Mirò, which have been
exhibited in museums and public spaces in Europe, China and Latin America.In their research activities on twentieth century
artists, Ettore and Silvia, fittingly, follow in the footsteps of their father
Guido, who opened his first gallery in Livorno in 1966, encouraging a number of
the greatest artists of the time to produce a range of significant graphic
works, as well as paintings and sculptures. Over the decades artists associated
with the gallery have had monographs and catalogues raisonnés published under
the Graphis Arte imprint; in fact, the catalogue devoted to Marino
Marini's graphic art is considered to be of enormous technical importance.
Indeed Marino Marini might be regarded as the artist who is most representative
of the Guastalla family's long commitment to the world of art: his final
exhibition in 1979, a year before his death, was staged by Guido in his
gallery. His first show, a group exhibition, at the beginning of his career in
1923, was inaugurated by an extremely youthful Marino at the Bottega d'Arte,
a historic Livorno gallery opened in 1922 by Guido Belforte, grandfather of
Guido Guastalla and great-grandfather of Ettore and Silvia. Generation by generation, then, our history marches
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