Founded in September 2018, the Galleria Tommaso Calabro specializes in modern and contemporary art. The gallery collaborates with artists’ estates, archives, foundations and curators to mount research exhibitions with an interdisciplinary approach, offering a fresh reading on celebrated and lesser-known modern masters.
The gallery is located on the first floor of Palazzo Marietti, a Neoclassical palace of Renaissance origins in Piazza San Sepolcro, a charming square in the heart of Milan. Here, the Romanic Church of San Sepolcro dialogues with eighteenth- and nineteenth-century buildings as well as with the famous tower designed by Italian architect Pietro Portaluppi.
An eighteenth-century staircase with a red marble handrail leads to the gallery’s exhibition rooms, which span over 400 sqm and are enriched by original inlaid wooden floors, stuccoes, and frescoes.