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Thomas Brambilla

Bergamo, Italy


John Torreano, Key Lime too, 1979, acrylic gems and acrylic paint on canvas, 183x183cm

Courtesy: Thomas Brambilla Gallery

Thomas Brambilla Gallery has been founded with the specific aim to suggest artists engaged into an artistic pursuit that, just as the best Avant-garde, alters the language and the form, communicating with the later and innovative cultural topics. The Gallery’s choices disclose a dialogue between artists with different ages and education. The radicalism, both formal and existential, of the masters Lynda Benglis, Simon Linke, David Novros and Ron Gorchov, meets the poetic and linguistic instances of younger artists, such as Oscar Giaconia, Thomas Helbig and Marco Cingolani. Thomas Brambilla Gallery desires to present well-known artists, who have already reached fame and consideration, like the Russian Anatoly Osmolovsky, together with the debut of artists like Brendan Lynch, Erik Saglia and Edoardo Piermattei. Over the past years, the Gallery has organized the first Italian exhibition of Lynda Benglis, followed by a great retrospective exhibition of Klaus Rinke, a solo show by Simon Linke, the very first Italian double solo show by David Novros, the first solo shows by Joe Zucker. In 2021, the Gallery organized a solo show by Robert Feintuch and Jack Pierson, followed by a solo show by Klaus Rinke with photographs from the Seventies. A solo show by David Deutsch and a solo show by Wim Delvoye will be organized in 2023.


Lynda Benglis, born in 1941, USA
Marco Cingolani, born in 1961, Italy
Maggi Hambling, born in 1945, United Kingdom
Jack Pierson, born in 1960, USA
John Torreano, born in 1941, USA
Erik Saglia, born in 1989, Italy
Wim Delvoye, born in 1965, Belgium


Lynda Benglis
Marco Cingolani
Robert Feintuch
Ron Gorchov
Maggi Hambling
Thomas Helbig
Simon Linke
David Novros
Anatoly Osmolovsky
Jack Pierson
Klaus Rinke
Erik Saglia
John Torreano
Joe Zucker
David Deutsch
Andrea Kvas