With a focus on postwar and contemporary Italian masters, Valli Art Gallery opens a second location.
This fall, Miami-based Valli Art Gallery will expand its footprint with a new location in New York City, joining the highly anticipated High Line Nine development, which offers a new kind of immersive arts space in Chelsea. Our initial presentation of masterworks from our collection will be on view at 507 West 27th Street beginning September 13th. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, September 27th from 6 to 8pm.
Valli Art Gallery was founded in Miami’s Wynwood arts district in 2015 by Franco Valli, an Italian immigrant with a dream to promote an intellectual and historical understanding of Italian art in America. With decades of experience in the arts in Italy and a carefully curated roster, Franco has been able to achieve his goals. Valli Art Gallery has shown works by Italy’s most significant postwar and contemporary artists, including Alberto Biasi, Mimmo Rotella, Paolo Scirpa, Agostino Bonalumi, and Giosetta Fioroni. Our initial presentation will include works by Fioroni, Biasi, Rotella, Achille Perilli, Carlo Battaglia, and Chiara Dynys.
True to the core principles that Franco laid out when he started the gallery, Valli Art is dedicated to building a more complex and lasting story of Italian art and culture in America, and we are proud to continue our mission in New York.