The history of Galleria Tega begins in 1964 with Dino Tega’s opening of a gallery in Riccione. Then, Giulio Tega with a high ability to select quality works of art inaugurated a new location in Via Senato in Milan, with a Giorgio De Chirico exhibition. When the gallery began attending the foremost international fairs, it allowed the gallery to acquire incredible visibility. Galleria Tega is a determining contributor to the Milanese art scene, exhibiting Bonalumi, Burri, Castellani, Dadamaino, Fontana, Kounellis, Manzoni, Melotti and others in the mid nineties. The family tradition continues in 2012 with the active participation of Giulio’s two daughters, Eleonora and Francesca. The relocation of Galleria Tega to an improved space allowed the gallery to host exhibitions of various contemporary artists. They have continued to focus on the Masters of Italian Art.