Located near Porta Venezia in Milan, Renata Fabbri Gallery was founded in 2015 with the aim of exploring the range of expressive languages that dot the contemporary scene. Focused on the research into and the experimentation of heterogeneous practices, the gallery fosters dialogue between the Italian and the international art scenes, presenting an extensive programme of solo and group exhibitions, as well as curatorial and off-site projects.
After inaugurating with a solo show by Hidetoshi Nagasawa, over the course of its activity, Renata Fabbri Gallery has hosted works by artists such as Eliseo Mattiacci, Alessandro Piangiamore, Lydia Gifford, Liliana Moro, Rebecca Ackroyd and Margherita Moscardini, defining its modus operandi on the basis of a lively relationship of collaboration and complicity. So far, Renata Fabbri has supported and promoted the research and work of both emerging and mid-career artists, sharing their growth and promoting the visibility of their practices through participation in national and international art fairs, and collaboration with both public and private galleries, art institutions and foundations.
In 2022, Renata Fabbri launched Sotto: the project room located on the gallery’s lower floor and dedicated to the presentation of artistic practices of a different nature, as well as projects involving alternative disciplines. Conceived as a flexible platform for intervention and investigation, Sotto offers emerging artists the opportunity to stage temporary and site-specific exhibitions, as well as allowing more established artists to present dedicated projects arising from their research.
Renata Fabbri is a member of MAC Milano Art Community.