Welcome to the Roccatre Gallery, modern and contemporary art in Turin

Roccatre Art Gallery is located in Turin, in the historic and central Via della Rocca.

A reference point for modern and contemporary art in Turin, its main focus is about artists whose works can be placed between 1930 and 1970.
These include Marco Gastini, Fausto Melotti, Pinot Gallizio, Enrico Paulucci and many others.

MAY GROUP SHOW

15th May - 15th June 2020

EVOLUTIONS

A group exhibit entitled "Evolutions" is underway which brings together different styles that have characterized the whole last century.
Among the present works there are a tempera on paper by Bice Lazzari from 1939, two works on paper from the informal period by Achille Perilli and Emilio Scanavino a rare work by Tato from the Cubist period up to an impressive work by Daniele Galliano from 2007.

Roccatre Gallery - Evolutions

EVENTS AND EXIBITS

We are pleased to invite you

FLASHBACK IN GALLERIA

From 3 to 8 November 2020

For the current health emergency, Flashback 2020 edition will not take place at Pala Alpitour but will move to the gallery. In our space in via della Rocca 3 / b – Turin, you will find works by Vasco Bendini, Pinot Gallizio, Marco Gastini, Aldo Mondino, Enrico Paulucci, Achille Perilli, Piero Ruggeri and others.

Gallery opening hours 3-8 November 2020:

Tuesday 3-Friday 6

10.30 am-12.45 pm | 3.30 pm-7.30 pm

Saturday 7

10.30 am -12.45 pm | 3.30 pm-10.00 pm

Sunday 8

10.30 am-12.45 pm | 3.30 pm-7.30 pm

The entrances will be managed ensuring maximum safety in compliance with current regulations.

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NEXT EXHIBITION

TRA GEOMETRIA E LEGGEREZZA

Piero Ruggeri, Gli uomini davanti al mare

Marco Gastini, Plexiglass

TRA GEOMETRIA E LEGGEREZZA

6th May - 30th June 2021

Opening Thursday 6th May 2021 
10.30 am-12.45 pm // 3.30 pm-7.30 pm

On the occasion of the “Spring galleries” event that involves a large number of Turin galleries, Roccatre Art Gallery presents a group show with works by Italian artists of the 20th century, united by the esaltation of line, point and their relationship with space and surface.