Six-floor venue in historical 17th century London Mayfair Townhouse

Cardi Gallery, London / UK

September 28, 2016

Cardi Gallery
22 Grafton Street
London W1S 4EX
Hours: Monday–Sunday 10am–7pm

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After two years of renovation, Cardi Gallery is pleased to announce the public opening of its London gallery, located at 22 Grafton Street in the city’s Mayfair district.

The development of the Cardi Gallery over the last several years has created the necessity to be permanently present in a city like London, which represents one of the major art capitals of the world.

With roughly 1,000 square meters of exhibition space, comprising six floors of a 17th century townhouse, Cardi Gallery London will promote artists of the Arte Povera, American Minimalism, and German Zero group, like its mother gallery in Milan.

“We are very happy for this ambitious achievement, which bears the results of the great efforts by the the entire gallery staff,” notes Director and Owner Nicolo Cardi. “Opening a venue in London with a severe and solid program is a necessity, and will be followed by other international endeavors. Being Italian, we are proud to represent, promote and protect the legacy of Italian art from the 60s and the 70s that has been, and still is, a great source of inspiration for young talents all over the world.”

Specializing in Modern and Contemporary Art, Cardi Gallery was founded by Renato Cardi in 1972 to pursue his passion for promoting and collecting contemporary Italian artists. Today, both galleries—London and Milan—are run by Renato’s son Nicolo Cardi.

Contacts: Elena Bodecchi, elena [​at​] / Edoardo Osculati, edoardo [​at​]
London: Arte Povera, American Minimalism, ZERO Group
Milan: Mimmo Rotella “Blanks”

Frieze Masters – London
October 5–9
During Frieze the gallery will be open every day from 9:30am to 7:30pm