• Riccardo Crespi gallery

    opened in the historical centre of Milan, started its exhibition history in September 2006 with a solo show by American artist Lisi Raskin.

    Since then, the gallery has built a reputation on the international stage, with a program of solo or group shows, but also site specific and off-site projects involving emerging and established artists, besides the participation in the main Italian and international art fairs.

    The gallery aims to promote and spread the knowledge of Italian and International artists by producing new projects and exploring, through different media, all forms of contemporary representation.

    The artists represented and exhibited in the gallery were often young and emerging, but they have quickly gained considerable attention in the international art scene (Ragnar Kijartansson is a prime example in this). Moreover the gallery developed projects with middle- career artists and internationally recognized figures such as Louise Bourgeois, Berlinde de Bruyckere, Carol Rama, Aldo Mondino and Pier Paolo Calzolari.