Galleria Ramo opened with temporary 'pop-up' spaces, exhibiting works in forgotten spaces but filled with history of a passed life. In 2018, Via Natta 31, opens as the permanent project/exhibition space of Galleria Ramo in Como, Italy. Situated in the beautiful historical center, Via Natta 31, is a dedicated space for emerging artists to exhibit their art-works through a series of curated exhibitions, open to the public. As an initiative, Galleria Ramo does not represent any of the artists directly but rather works on uniquely curated exhibitions, providing a platform for artists to express creative freedom and developing new forms of dialogue between local and international artists, spectators, collectors, historians, etc. Hopefully proposing a new situation, a radical change, a beginning of the next possibility rather than looking backwards.