Casati Gallery will present a select group of furniture by Levi Montalcini, Giuseppe Pagano, Franco Albini, Gio Ponti and lighting by Gino Sarfatti.
For our contemporary program, we will present “Metissage“ benches by Philippe Nigro and a selection of pieces by Jonathan Nesci
One year ago, Tony Karmen invited Casati Galley to participate in the 4th edition of the Expo Chicago as part of a select group of design galleries. At our inaugural event our Gallery presented contemporary pre and post war furniture, art and artifact. The event gave us an opportunity to share a fully executed and meticulously curated program with a discerning audience.
Thanks to this exposure and in appreciation of the overwhelmingly positive response of both local and international attendees we are pleased to once more participate in the Expo Chicago. On a personal level, as a design and art collector I am a firm believer in exceptional fairs such as this that celebrate both art and design.
This year Casati Gallery, as part of our homage to Italian design, will present a select group of furniture by Levi Montalcini, Giuseppe Pagano, Franco Albini, Gio Ponti and small collection of exquisite lights by Gino Sarfatti.
For the contemporary part of our program we will present the marble benches “Métissage“ by Philippe Nigro and a selection of furniture by Jonathan Nesci who also designed the booth in which all of these pieces are to be showcased.
Debuting this year will be our collaboration with Peter Kilchmann Gallery from Zurich, Switzerland that will present works by important contemporary artists such as Francis Alys, Fernanda Gomes, Los Carpinteros, Hernan Bas, David Renggli and John Coplans.