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Eduardo Secci Contemporary

Eduardo Secci ContemporaryFlorence

Ever since its foundation in 2013, the Eduardo Secci Gallery in Florence, Italy, has hosted a series of innovative and cutting edge exhibitions, characterized by different genres and expressive mediums, and has also focused itself on representing contemporary artists, emerging and established, on both a national and international scale, supporting their works in institutional projects as well as other ones conceived for the Gallery's spaces. So far, the Gallery has always shown a preference for and showcased artworks by artists who employ the most wide variety of mediums in their creation.

The Gallery opened its first exhibition space in a spacious loft, just a stone's throw away from Florence's city center, with the intent of establishing itself in the city as a point of reference for contemporary art. Then, in 2015, the Gallery moved to a large exhibition space of over 300 square meters, right in the heart of Florence's historical center, for the purpose of exhibiting projects mainly focused on site specific installations by conceptual and minimal artists.

Besides having an annual exhibition program consisting of 6-8 shows, the Gallery also represents more than 15 national and international artists, which range from young and up and coming artists, such as Alice Browne and Timothy Hull, to other, more established and historical artists of the likes of Alfredo Pirri and Massimo Vitali. 

A cornerstone concept of the Gallery's overall vision has always been that of promoting itself as much as possible on an international market, and, to achieve this, the Gallery takes part in many important art fairs, both in Italy and abroad. Moreover, thanks to the work the Gallery has carried out throughout the years for its artists, some of them have had the opportunity to enter and become part of prestigious private and museum collections, such as the Dallas Museum of Art, the MoMa NY, and the KG Collection Chicago.

Featuring Works By:

  • Andrea Galvani
  • Daniel Canogar
  • Giuseppe Stampone
  • Maurizio Donzelli
  • Michael Staniak