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AL BLU DI PRUS­SIA - A mod­ern, multi-func­tional space run by the Man­na­juolo fam­ily. Its 200 sq.m ex­hi­bi­tion area is used to host con­tem­po­rary art and pho­to­graphic ex­hi­bi­tions, con­ven­tions and sem­i­nars. Via Gae­tano Fi­lang­ieri, 42. T: 081.409496 www. al­bludiprus­ AL­FONSO ARTIACO - The Al­fonso Artiaco gallery was founded in 1986 in Pozzuoli. In 2012, the gallery re­lo­cated to Pi­azzetta Nilo, in Naples, open­ing its new premises with an ex­hi­bi­tion by Liam Gil­lick and a trib­ute to Sol Lewitt. Pi­azzetta Nilo, 7, Palazzo de San­gro. T: 081.497602­fon­soar­ti­ CASA D’ASTE VIN­CENT - Es­tab­lished in 2003 by Luigi Iac­carino, this cul­tural hub fo­cuses on the tra­di­tional pic­to­rial school and the pro­mo­tion of 19th cen­tury fig­u­ra­tive art. Via Tito An­gelini, 29. T: 081.3723315­cent­gal­le­ CHANG­ING ROLE. MOVE OVER GALLERY - Bring­ing Ital­ian and in­ter­na­tional artists to the Neapolitan cul­tural scene, it of­fers a cross-sec­tional over­view of var­i­ous forms and trends of con­tem­po­rary art. The gallery was founded in 2003 by Guido Cabib in part­ner­ship with Mas­simo Lauro. Via Chi­ata­mone, 26. T: 081.19354703 CORE GALLERY - A unique space lo­cated in the heart of the city, at the en­trance to Napoli Sot­ter­ranea (Sub­ter­ranean Naples), ded­i­cated to un­der­ground art. Here visi­tors can not only ad­mire the best works of art in sub­ter­ranean Naples - in­clud­ing sev­eral mas­ter­pieces by Saturno Bottò - but also at­tend per­for­mances and ex­hi­bi­tions aimed at pro­mot­ing the city of Naples. Pi­azza San Gae­tano, 68 DINO MORRA ARTE CON­TEM­PO­RANEA -

Es­tab­lished in 2010, it fo­cuses on sup­port­ing emerg­ing artists by or­ga­niz­ing ex­hi­bi­tions and pro­mot­ing their work in or­der to con­trib­ute to their pro­fes­sional growth, of­fer­ing them a chance to match their strengths against well-known names on the Ital­ian and in­ter­na­tional art scene. Vico Belle­donne a Chi­aia, 6. T: 3929420783 ESPRIT NOU­VEAU - A haven of de­sign, art and an­tiques, where you can pick up any num­ber of ex­tremely rare items: from the Lib­erty mas­ter­pieces of Basile to the ori­en­tal­ist ones by Carlo Bu­gatti, from Art Deco to pre­cious an­tiques and con­tem­po­rary fab­rics. Via Cal­abritto, 20. T: 081.2153793 www.esprit-nou­ FONDAZIONE PLART - The first mu­seum in Italy ded­i­cated to the his­tory of plas­tic from the late 19th cen­tury to the Sev­en­ties. Es­tab­lished in 2008 by Maria Pia In­cutti, Fondazione Plart is a mul­ti­func­tional space ded­i­cated to sci­en­tific re­search for the re­cov­ery and con­ser­va­tion of works of art and de­sign in plas­tic. Via Mar­tucci, 48. T: 081.19565703 www.fon­dazione­ KÒINE - fea­tures paint­ings by emerg­ing con­tem­po­rary artists and well-es­tab­lished names on the na­tional and in­ter­na­tional art scene. The brain­child of Ciro Vec­chiarini, a pas­sion­ate art col­lec­tor, it spe­cial­izes in the or­ga­ni­za­tion of solo and col­lec­tive art ex­hi­bi­tions. Via Michelan­gelo Schipa, 118. T: 081.2479995 www.stu­ MEDITER­RANEA - One of the ten old­est gal­leries in Italy and the only one that has re­mained ac­tive for more than fifty years in Naples. The Mediter­ranea was orig­i­nally founded by Nello Am­men­dola, who be­gan his ex­pe­ri­ence as a col­lec­tor in 1946. Via Carlo De ce­sare, 60. T: 081.417413 www.mediter­ PIERO RENNA - Piero Renna Arte Con­tem­po­ranea is a space borned from a col­lab­o­ra­tion with Bologna’s Forni Gallery. For 2014 PRAC en­vis­ages a pro­gram of the­matic col­lec­tive ex­hi­bi­tions, solo ex­hi­bi­tions and events tar­geted at dis­sem­i­nat­ing con­tem­po­rary fig­u­ra­tive art. Via Nuova Piz­zo­fal­cone, 2. T: 0817640096­le­ri­ RAUCCI-SAN­TA­MARIA - Founded in 1992 by Um­berto Raucci and Carlo San­ta­maria, it sells col­lec­tions by young, emerg­ing Ital­ian and for­eign artists in­clud­ing Eva Marisaldi, Mau­r­izio Cat­te­lan, Mat Col­lishaw and Mil­tos Mane­tas with par­tic­u­lar em­pha­sis on Neapolitan tal­ents. Corso Amedeo di Savoia, 190. T: 081.7443645 SAL­VA­TORE SE­RIO - Es­tab­lished in 1972 by Raf­faele Se­rio to pro­mote mid-twen­ti­eth cen­tury Neapolitan artists. Also show­cases the work of lesser-known, highly tal­ented young artists in­clud­ing La Motta, Ma­mone Capria, Ve­rio and Ci­lento. Via Ober­dan, 8. T: 081.5523193­le­ri­ase­ STU­DIO TRISORIO - Opened in 1974, it hosts a num­ber of di­verse works and is com­mit­ted to or­ga­niz­ing ex­hi­bi­tions fea­tur­ing sev­eral of the most sig­nif­i­cant artists on the in­ter­na­tional art scene. The gallery hosts a re­volv­ing slate of provoca­tive shows and is cur­rently run by Lucia Trisorio and her daugh­ter Laura. Riviera di Chi­aia, 215. T: 081414306 www.stu­diotriso­ UM­BERTO DI MARINO - Orig­i­nally a cul­tural

as­so­ci­a­tion, in 2000 it be­gan to gain a more solid rep­u­ta­tion by fo­cus­ing on con­tem­po­rary art and work­ing with younger artists. In 2005, it opened a new ex­hi­bi­tion space in a more up­mar­ket area in the cen­tre of Naples. Via Alabardieri, 1. T: 081.0609318­le­ri­aum­ber­todi­ VIT­TO­RIA COLONNA - “The ap­pre­ci­a­tion of re­gional schools stems from an in-depth knowl­edge of the best ex­po­nents of these gen­res.” This is the phi­los­o­phy of Gae­tano Sar­nelli, who is com­mit­ted to the on­go­ing search for high qual­ity work without ever stoop­ing to com­pro­mises. Via Domenico Morelli, 39. T: 081.7642973­le­ri­avit­to­ri­a­ VOY­AGE PIT­TORESQUE FAC­TORY – A multi-space con­cept store spread out over 750 square me­tres on sev­eral lev­els which si­mul­ta­ne­ously serves as a cre­ative work­shop and a gallery. Boast­ing a lu­mi­nous, at­mo­spheric am­bi­ence rem­i­nis­cent of a met­ro­pol­i­tan loft, the venue is sparsely though el­e­gantly fur­nished with vin­tage leather arm­chairs, a few pieces of Decò fur­ni­ture and ex­posed pipes. Not merely an ate­lier but also a new way of per­ceiv­ing art. Corso Vit­to­rio Emanuele, 682. T: 0815621361 www.voy­agepit­

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