Biasutti & Biasutti
The Biasutti & Biasutti gallery opened in 2000 by Attilio Biasutti, his son Giuseppe and his daughter Paola, sticks to the traditional line proposing Italian and international artists and 20th century movements as monographic shows.
Among the most significant shows are the Corrente group, Rosai, Mondino, Crippa, and the exhibition “Novecento”, a new interpretation of the past century’s masters. The partnership with the artist Piero Gilardi let to explore the movement of Arte Povera and made significant exhibitions possible.
Recently the gallery has seen a rich turnover or retrospectives dedicated to the Italian Painting, Pietro Ruggeri in particular, Felice Casorati and “I sei pittori di Torino”.