Half an art space and half a concept store of vintage pieces, SGallery is the new and colorful gallery concept opened in Milan with a photo exhibition

New Guinea 1962, vintage print, Romano Cagnoni

SGallery opened its doors in Milan, at via Luisa Sanfelice 3, with the collective exhibition ‘Unexpected Beauty’ (from 30 November 2018 to 28 February 2019). A new gallery with a special formula that will also deal with art, design and vintage pieces.

SGallery is the gallery that Milan was waiting for, not the classic white box typical of exhibition halls, but a home gallery, as warm and colorful as a house, where you can meet other people and choose objects of modern, contemporary or ethnic art. The bright colors of the walls will change every three months as well as the objects on display. An informal and innovative style that starts from the name, contraction of ‘Second Gallery’, a term inspired by the famous ‘Swatch’ watch, the contraction of ‘second’ and ‘watch’.

{%CAPTION%}Objects are both on display and on sale because the gallery owners Pamela Campaner and Alberto Meomartini (who can rely on the success of Expowall, the first gallery they opened in 2015 in Milan, entirely dedicated to photography) want to propose furniture, vintage and design pieces, sculptures, paintings and, of course, photographs, as furnishing accessories addressed to the general public, not only to collectors.

Portrait of Joe Frazier at the Concord Training Camp, Catskills, NY, January 31, 1968, unknown author

Pamela Campaner, head of SGallery and curator of ‘Unexpected Beauty’ with artist Andrea Albanese, explains that they will deal with everything related to living in general, starting from this collective photo exhibition that includes pictures by Romano Cagnoni, Pietro Donzelli, William Batsford, Simone Sbaraglia, Giulio Cerocchi, Nicola Carignani. [Text Giulia Bruno]

Foto, oggetti vintage e di design in esposizione e vendita presso SGallery