The Alberta Pane gallery specializes in contemporary art. It has branches in Paris since 2008 and in Venice since 2017: a luminous white cube in the Marais (Paris) and a 350m² former carpenter's workshop in Dorsoduro (Venice).
The gallery supports the work of international artists, whose practices explore a variety of subjects from a conceptual point of view, through an interdisciplinary approach and with a particular attention to installations, volumes and the perception of space.
The photographs and books of Claude Cahun (France, 1894-1954) have recently been included in the gallery's exhibition program because of their contemporary resonance.
Each year, the gallery presents several exhibitions and participates in international art fairs. The gallery also collaborates regularly with museums and cultural institutions: dOCUMENTA, Biennale di Venezia, Manifesta, Istanbul Biennale, Lyon Biennale, Solomon R. Guggenheim New York, Centre Pompidou, Palazzo Grassi, Monnaie de Paris, Palazzo Fortuny are some of the events and venues in which the artists working with Alberta Pane have participated.
The consequent activity of the Alberta Pane editions is also an integral part of the promotion of the artists' work. Born in 2017, these publications have an essential form, on the edge between the monographic journal, the pamphlet and the artist book.
Alberta Pane places great importance on collaboration.
The gallery is a member of the Comité Professionnel des Galeries d'Art and Paris Gallery Map in France and Venice Galleries View in Italy.