Via Montebello 5
57127 – Livorno, Toscana, Italy

Opening hours:
Monday to Saturday
10-13 | 15:30-20

Livorno was founded in the sixteenth century as a city of nations, ensuring that minorities could live, practice their faiths, and trade freely. Jews, Greeks, Armenians, and Dutch people populated this city, designed for them by the Medici family. In tune with this, in 2017 Gian Marco Casini decided to set up his gallery in Livorno focusing his exhibition program on the peculiar topics of the city’s history. Citizenship, Architecture, Press Freedom, Anarchism, Linguistics are some of the recurring words in its agenda.