Glauco Cavaciuti inaugurates his Gallery in March 2006, dedicating an exhibition to Cracking Art artistic group, born at the beginning of nineties.
In the following years, the Gallery's expositive activity has gone up and up, containing Alessandro Algardi (Milan, 1945), David Reimondo (Genova, 1972), Matteo Gastel (Milan, 1978) and Massimo Kaufmann (Milan, 1963) exhibitions. Since the beginning, Cavaciuti's purpose has been to promote a polished, amusing and educated art, easy to be understood and appreciated, inside which the individual vision of the artist talks with the results of the masters' recent studies.
One of the Gallery's basic values, in addition to the will to make contemporary art closer to our everyday life, is the desire to collaborate with young people: over the years great importance was given to the search for the most promising art profiles, with a special consideration for Italian talents. In a short time, the suggested overview increases, including painting, sculpture and fine art photography, in order to give a personal and complete vision about contemporary art's last progress.
Among the most important artists who have collaborated with Cavaciuti's Gallery for years, we should certainly mention Riccardo Gusmaroli (Verona, 1963), Fabrizio Pozzoli (Milan, 1973) and Fabiano Parisi (Rome, 1977), represent three prominent names in painting, sculpture and photography.
During the last years, the expositive activity kept its attention on personal exhibitions of Manuel Felisi (Milan, 1976), Daniele Sigalot (Rome, 1976) and Omar Hassan (Milan, 1987), gaining a very good public and critics answer.
Thanks to the eclecticism of its artistic proposals, Cavaciuti’s Gallery has been participating for years in the most important art fairs in Italy, such as Arte Fiera Bologna and the Milan Image Photo Fair.