Erica Ravenna Arte Contemporanea was founded in Rome in 1992 in via Margutta. Since the beginning, the gallery collaborated with the most important representatives of Informal Art, Conceptual Art, Arte Povera and European and Italian Minimal Art.
With their first opening “La misura italiana,” - a series of small size works from Giacomo Balla to Gino de Dominicis- the gallery established its identity, on which it has been building its further research and activities.
Even today, Erica Ravenna Arte Contemporanea sticks to the mission picked more than 25 years ago. Giving privilege to the thematic choice, where different contemporary languages can find expression The gallery is a space for confrontation and dialogue between Italian and international art and culture.