Founded in 2006 in the former industrial district of east Milan, Francesca Minini hosts a vibrant Italian and international program in the gallery.
The exhibition space is constantly evolving, fully available to the artists’ creative freedom.
Over the years it has hosted site-specific projects with Jan De Cock and Daniel Buren and special projects on the gallery façade with Francesco Simeti. The gallery moves on different levels of research. A keen eye is kept on the Italian panorama of emerging artists, in continuity with the artists who have followed the gallery’s program since the early years, such as Flavio Favelli and Riccardo Previdi. In recent years the gallery has opened up to the world of photography and performance with the work of Jacopo Benassi and Ambra Castagnetti.
International research offers a focus on important South American artists such as Runo Lagomarsino, Armando Andrade Tudela, Elena Damiani, Daniel de Paula and Sol Calero and a careful program of group exhibitions focused on the latest trends, with Mika Tajima, Daniel Steegmann Mangranè and Ivana Basic.
The international panorama also embraces artists of different nationalities such as Ali Kazma, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Landon Metz, Becky Beasley, Matthias Bitzer, and Armin Boehm.
From painting to sculpture to daring installations Francesca Minini aspires to offer its audiences a broad artistic scene.
The gallery also follows established artists such as Daniel Buren, Sheila Hicks, Robert Barry and the Estate of Carla Accardi and Dan Graham.
There are numerous collaborations with spaces outside the gallery from Museums to private Institutions to Italian and international Biennials.
Francesca Minini is active in the publication of catalogs and artists’ books and actively participates in supporting performances by its artists in the continuous search for new spaces to host them.

Via Massimiano, 25
20134 Milan (IT)
T +39 02 26924671


Summer Hours:
From Monday to Friday
11 am to 7 pm

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