Dep Art Gallery

Dep Art is a gallery for modern and contemporary art founded in 2006 and which has been a major Italian reference at PAN Amsterdam since 2013. All Italian and international artists presented at this year's edition of PAN have had at least one solo exhibition in the gallery's history.

Dep Art Gallery was founded in 2006, in Milan. From the first exhibition about the artist Mario Nigro, the aim of promoting the Italian masters of the 50s, 60s and 70s, hasn’t change.

Dealing mainly with the artists representing famous Italian groups like "Gruppo Zero", "Pittura Analitica", "Group N" (kinetic art) and others, the commitment of the gallery in working together with the artists themselves or their foundations and according to their needs, enabled a strong growth both in the market and in terms of being a reference point for the artists represented.

This allowed a strong collaboration with other international galleries, museums and institutions, having obtained also the attention of several important collections.
For each exhibition the Gallery publishes a bilingual catalogue, with illustrations of the works on display, a biographical note concerning the artist, and bibliography; each time a competent art critic who writes the essay for the catalogue is also chosen.

Thanks to the continuous improvements, in 2015 the Gallery moved into a new bigger space on two levels and chose a retrospective exhibition of Turi Simeti to open it, marking a milestone in this relationship, culminating in the publication of the Catalogue Raisonnè of the artist.

The gallery organises exhibitions and initiatives in both public institutions and galleries, in Italy and abroad. The most important exhibitions include those dedicated to: Salvo (current exhibition), Stefan Gierowski (2022), Valerio Adami (2022), Imi Knoebel (2021), Carlos Cruz-Diez (2019), Tony Oursler (2019), Regine Schumann (2021, 2018), Wolfram Ullrich (2018), Alighiero Boetti (2018), Salvo (2017, 2010, 2007), Mario Nigro (2022, 2017, 2006), Henk Peeters and Jan Schoonhoven (2017), Alberto Biasi (2016, 2013 and 2008), Emilio Scanavino (2016, 2012, 2008), Turi Simeti (2015, 2013), Pino Pinelli (2019, 2015), Ludwig Wilding (2014, 2013) and Emilio Vedova (2010).



Dep Art Gallery