The Galleria Michela Rizzo opened its doors in 2004 in a small premises with the intention of breathing new life into the contemporary Venetian cultural scene, mainly dominated by commercial art galleries. After moving to Palazzo Palumbo Fossati for six years, the gallery finally moved in 2013 to its new home: the old breweries on the island of Giudecca. Over the years, galleria Michela Rizzo produces a high-level program through home exhibitions, partnerships with major local and foreign museums and institutions, and collaborations with historical, established and emerging artists. The strength of the Galleria Michela Rizzo lies in the synergy between Venetian roots and international connections, and its mission is to constantly raise the level of the Italian cultural offer, offering a platform to artists who wonder about the great subjects of our time.
David Tremlett (focus)