Ronchini Gallery

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Ronchini Gallery was founded by Lorenzo Ronchini in Umbria, Italy in 1992, and moved to Mayfair, London, February 2012.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The inaugural exhibition was titled Italian Beauty,[7] and their program focuses on international contemporary art.[8]

They represent artists including: Adeline de Monseignat,[9][10] Berndnaut Smilde,[11][12] Jacob Hashimoto,[13][14] Tameka Norris,[15][16] and Rebecca Ward.[17][18] In 2012, Ronchini Gallery announced its exclusive representation of the Conrad Marca-Relli Archive and mounted the American Abstract Expressionist’s first UK solo exhibition curated by David Anfam and Kenneth Baker.[19][20][21][22] In 2013, Ronchini Gallery hosted a duo exhibition featuring Alexander Calder and Fausto Melotti.[23][24][25]

Selected publications[edit]

Ronchini Gallery also publishes artist monographs and exhibition texts.[26][27]

  • Bland, Bartholomew. Dream No Small Dreams: The Miniature Worlds of Adrien Broom, Thomas Doyle and Patrick Jacobs, Ronchini Gallery, London, 2013. ISBN 978-1-62890-050-7
  • Shaw, Cameron and Wilkerson, Emily. Tameka Norris: Almost Acquaintances, Ronchini Gallery, London, 2014. ISBN 978-0-99265-311-8
  • Marziani, Gianluca. Calder & Melotti: Children of the Sky, Ronchini Gallery, London, 2013. ISBN 978-099265-310-1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "500 Best Galleries Worldwide", Modern Painters (magazine), 2013
  2. ^ "Inside Ronchini Gallery with Lorenzo Ronchini", Art+Auction, November, 10 2013
  3. ^ "The Business: Lorenzo Ronchini", White, Belinda, The Daily Telegraph, September 23, 2013
  4. ^ "The Art Market: Freudian Grip", Adams, Georgina, Financial Times, February 24, 2013
  5. ^ "Undeterred by the Looming Recession, Ever More Contemporary Art Galleries Try Their Luck in the British Capital", Milliard, Coline, Art Info, March 2, 2012
  6. ^ "Power Dressing: Lorenzo Ronchini", Financial Times, Financial Times, 28 March 2014
  7. ^ "Twenty years later. From Terni to London", Giacomelli, Marco Enrico, Art Tribune, March 13, 2013
  8. ^ "State of the Art", Calvi, Nuala, The Mayfair Times, March 2012
  9. ^ "London Fog At Ronchini Gallery...", Editorial Staff, Art Tribune, January 20, 2013
  10. ^ "Homes: Sculpture Club", Barton, Laura, The Guardian, 18 January 2013
  11. ^ "How To Make Clouds Indoors: The Art of Berndnaut Smilde", Patel, Suraj, BBC News, 16 January 2013.
  12. ^ "Berndnaut Smilde: The Weatherman", Harper's Bazaar Staff, Harper's Bazaar, January 16, 2013
  13. ^ "The Ronchini Gallery", Jacob Hashimoto Website
  14. ^ "50 Under 50: The Next Most Collectible Artists" Art + Auction Staff, Art+Auction, June 12, 2013
  15. ^ "Tameka Norris: Almost Acquaintances: Ronchini Gallery", Vanagan, Dea, ArtReview, May 2014
  16. ^ "Tameka Norris: I'm The Black Cindy Sherman", Abbott, Kate, The Guardian, March 4, 2014
  17. ^ "Being Arty in Alighiero's Atelier", From In the Frame, The Art Newspaper, 15 April 2013
  18. ^ "Ronchini Gallery X: Rebecca Ward: cow tipping", Iordanis Sophocleous Christou, Tefkros, Art Wednesday, May 2013
  19. ^ "Between Two Continents: Conrad Marca-Relli: The Architecture of Action", Anfam, David, The Spectator, October 6, 2012
  20. ^ "Hot and Cold Art", State Media, Issue 09
  21. ^ "A Conrad Marca-Relli Retrospective in London", Skjong, Ingrid, Departures (magazine), November 8, 2012
  22. ^ "Ripe for Reappraisal: Abstract Expressionist Conrad Marca-Relli and his "Death of Jackson Pollock" Painting", Milliard, Coline, Art Info, September 3, 2012
  23. ^ "Review of Calder and Melotti: Children of the Sky at Ronchini Gallery", Castle, Jack, Aesthetica Magazine, October 2013
  24. ^ "Stabiles in Spoleto", Shehadi, Lemma, Apollo (magazine), October 26, 2013
  25. ^ "Umbrian gallery Ronchini opens a Calder and Melotti show in London" Swengley, Nicole, Financial Times How to Spend It, October 11, 2013
  26. ^ "Ronchini Gallery Forthcoming Exhibition Schedule", The Art Collector, May 18, 2012.
  27. ^ "Ronchini Gallery", My Art Guides

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