BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors

Futura Art Gallery — Pietrasanta, Italy

A gallery that unites established and emerging artists

"Anatomie Sintetiche", personal show of Beatrice Gallory
"Anatomie Sintetiche", personal show of Beatrice Gallory

Nestled in the beautiful landscapes and rich artistic heritage of Pietrasanta, Tuscany, Futura Art Gallery is a hub of creativity and exploration. Its location adds a special appeal, attracting artists and art lovers from around the world who want to experience the beauty and creativity of this charming town.

Futura Art Gallery has always taken pride in its unique artistic approach, closely aligned with the world of abstract art. Within the gallery, you'll find a vibrant mix of kinetic art and minimal geometric abstraction. This blend creates a captivating aesthetic that appeals to those who appreciate contemporary and experimental forms of art.

Group show with Mimmo Paladino, Beatrice Gallori, Kan Yasuda
Group show with Mimmo Paladino, Beatrice Gallori, Kan Yasuda
"Opera Aperta - Mostra Chiusa", group show - VR metaverse experience by Pablo Alpe
"Opera Aperta - Mostra Chiusa", group show - VR metaverse experience by Pablo Alpe

In recent times, the gallery has embraced the digital age. A dedicated section now focuses on the evolving world of digital art, with a keen emphasis on NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) and the expansive world of the metaverse. This move reflects Futura's commitment to staying at the forefront of the art world, by incorporating cutting-edge technologies into the artistic narrative.

In its effort to showcase the best of contemporary art, Futura Art Gallery carefully curates exhibitions featuring both established and emerging artists. The gallery provides a platform for these artists to showcase their unique perspectives, allowing creativity to flourish and artistic expression to constantly evolve and redefine boundaries.

"Opera Aperta - Mostra Chiusa", group show - director Claudio Francesconi
"Opera Aperta - Mostra Chiusa", group show - director Claudio Francesconi
Igor Mitoraj, Jorrit Tornquist
Igor Mitoraj, Jorrit Tornquist

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Galleries (40)

Gianni Manhattan - Vienna, Austria

Young, International and Critically Astute

Misako & Rosen — Tokyo, Japan

Redefining the Conversation Around Aesthetics

Tiwani Contemporary – London, Great Britain

The London Gallery Promoting African Self-definition

Frutta Gallery — Rome, Italy

Understanding Tradition Without Hesitating to Break It

Contemporary Fine Arts – Berlin, Germany

From West to East and Back Again: a Berlin Institution That’s Made Its Mark

Bo Bjerggaard – Copenhagen, Denmark

Showcasing Figurative Painting With a Side of Communal Spirit

Pierre-Yves Caër Gallery – Paris, France

The Parisian gallery creating a home for Japanese artists in the European art market.

Blindspot Gallery — Hong Kong, China

Throwing a Spotlight on Local Artists

Vane – Newcastle upon Tyne, Great Britain

The Not-for-profit Space Offering Context And Critique In Newcastle

H’art Gallery — Bucharest, Romania

One of Bucharest’s Oldest Private-Run Galleries

LambdaLambda Lambda – Pristina, Kosovo

Mastering the Language in the Kosovan Capital

Deák Erika Galéria – Budapest, Hungary

Beyond Budapest’s Baths

The Breeder Gallery – Athens, Greece

Breeding New Forms in Athens

Tim Van Laere Gallery – Antwerp, Belgium

An autonomous gallery representing both upcoming and well-established artists

Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler – Berlin, Germany

One of the most cutting-edge galleries in Berlin

Galerie Fons Welters – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

A Doorway to Amsterdam’s Contemporary Art

Bosse & Baum – London, United Kingdom

Ambitious perspectives in Peckham

TM51 – Oslo, Norway

Three Galleries in One – Oslo’s Most Accessible Space

mfc-michèle didier – Paris, France

A Space that Reflects the Artistic Discipline

V1 Gallery – Copenhagen, Denmark

Challenging the Boundaries of Art

Upstream Gallery – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Tackling the Shift Between the Analog and Digital in a Post Internet World

Galerie Forsblom – Helsinki, Finland

Bringing international contemporary art to the Finnish capital

The Journal Gallery – New York, USA

Saving New York from Becoming a Sale-Focused Gallery Wasteland

Peres Projects – Berlin, Germany

Bridging the Gap Between Los Angeles and Berlin

Galeria OMR – Mexico City

Mexico City’s advocate for modern artistic tendencies and international contemporary art

LOYAL – Stockholm, Sweden

A Gallery that Pushes the Dialogue Around Young and International Art in Sweden’s Capital

Chimera-Project — Budapest, Hungary

Post-contemporary interest in aesthetics while eagerly re-constructing and defining traditions

La New Gallery — Madrid, Spain

Celebrating contemporary art in all its multi-faceted forms

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery – Sydney, Australia

Her uncanny ability to recognize unique Pacific Rim talent

Take Ninagawa Gallery – Tokyo, Japan

Promoting emerging Japanese artists within a cross-generational, international framework

RaebervonStenglin – Zurich, Switzerland

It is much more about concepts, long conversations and long-term commitment

Galerie Emanuel Layr – Vienna, Austria

Finding the right chord among the various artists

Platform China – Beijing/Hongkong, China

This shows how much prejudgment there still is

Fluxia – Milan, Italy

Strive to discover new approaches in contemporary art

Gaudel de Stampa – Paris, France

“Discreet” seems to be the perfect adjective

NON – Istanbul, Turkey

The dawn of an era of collaboration

Vermelho – São Paulo, Brazil

There were no galleries open to a new generation of artists working in a nontraditional way

Eleven Rivington – New York, USA

Newfound talent and rediscovers international artists for a new audience

Ibid. – London, Great Britain

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