Gallery/Dealer Details - Galleria Vittoria
Enrico Todi, in 50 years attended the workshop of his uncle Guglielmo Magnani, from batter to first copper and then gilder, making her the collector, merchant and promoter of art. Then, in the 70, created in Via Vittoria an upper room of art, a meeting point for friends, artists and collectors. In 1974, with her daughter Tiziana, Enrico Todi transformed this living room into a true contemporary Art Gallery, the Galleria Vittoria. The first exhibition was Pericle Fazzini, author of the large bronze sculpture depicting the Resurrection of Christ (1977) which is located in the Sala Nervi at the Vatican.
Following the exhibition, the Galleria Vittoria has organized numerous exhibitions devoted to major Italian and foreign artists, from the historical avant-garde to the experience of the 50 and 60 and 90 years as Marcello Avenali, Niki Berlinguer, Enzo Brunori, Corrado Cagli, Mario Ceroli, Man Ray, Umberto Mastroianni, Mirko, Luigi Montanarini, Primo Conti, Salvador Dali, Giorgio de Chirico, Mauro Reggiani Schawinskij Xanthi, Sandro Trotti, Trubbiani Valeriano, Andy Warhol, Cesare Zavattini, Enrico Baj, Salvatore Fiume, Giulio Turcato, Pericle Fazzini, along with emerging artists: Luca Padua, Claudio Spada, Casadei Lino, Maria Teresa Protetti, Fabio Piscopo, Anna-Saegesser Pavone, Antonio Fiore, Enzo Fabbiano, Massimo Baistrocchi, M. Cristina D'Ambrosio. In 1976 Enrico and Tiziana Todi observe the workshop of his uncle Guglielmo, and moved to 103 Via Margutta - ROMA.
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