Studio G7 Gallery was founded by Ginevra Grigolo in 1973; the exhibition journey started with a solo show by Michelangelo Pistoletto.
In 1974 Gilberto Zorio marked the space of the gallery, and in 1975 the exhibition space echoed the silent rhythm of the music stands by Giulio Paolini with “Apoteosi di Omero”.
During the 70's, several exhibitions concerning American and English Pop Art came in succession (Warhol, Rauschenberg, Dine, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, Jones, Johns, Kitay, Tilson, Nauman and Serra), alternately with an intense interest for Conceptual Art, Photograph, Performances, Narrative Art (Mac Adams, Collins, Patella, Altamira, Borsari, Tobas, Abramović e Ulay and Joe Jones).
With respect to the panting, Studio G7 has over time followed the development of the works of some artists, as Guerzoni, Manai, Baruchello, Gastini, Bartolini, Griffa, Dadamaino, Garutti, Tirelli and others.
From 1977 to 1981 considerable efforts together with intense work allowed the publication of the monthly press about art and culture named “G7 Studio”, which both displayed texts by several relevant critics and contributed to focus the attention on the Gallery’s activity.
During the 80’s, the Gallery has given space to foreign international artists including Anne et Patrick Poirier, Bill Beckley and Sol LeWitt, which in 1986 created a suggestive and embracing atmosphere through the wall drawing “Arcs from four sides on four walls”. The wall drawing experience testifies once more the intention to anticipate the trends and sensitizing...
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