Galleria Anna Marra



Exhibiting artists: Andrés Anza, Khadija Jayi Galleria Anna Marra has been active since 2013. Located in Rome’s ancient Jewish Ghetto, the space’s minimalist architecture is its main characteristic, mirrored in the choice of its exhibitions. The gallery focuses on valorising emerging and middle-career talents, that promotes by organising exhibitions both in its own exhibition spaces and in public institutions (such as Hendrik Christian Andersen Museum, Roma). For its exhibitions, the gallery avails itself of scientific contributions from external curators with which each project is elaborated, as well as through the publication of dedicated monographs and catalogues, and participation in international art fairs. While maintaining its attentive eye on Italian art, the intent of the Gallery is also to bring to Italy artists from the international art scene. Thanks to collaboration with galleries and curators in New York in 2016 it started a cycle of exhibitions dedicated to American artists active on the New York scene, with a particular focus on artists from the African Diaspora. The investigation of this last important artistic reality, which is finally receiving the attention it deserves at an international level, is entrusted to the curatorship of Larry Ossei-Mensah - Formerly Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAD), Detroit, and Curator-at-Large at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) - and Alessandro Romanini - Co-Curator of the Ivory Coast Pavilion for the Venice Biennale 2022. Over the years, the gallery has broadened the exhibition proposal presenting artists also from South America and Middle-East, with the aim of comparison and cultural enrichment.

Galleria Anna Marra
Via Di Sant'angelo In Pescheria 32, 00186, Rome, RM, Italy
Opening hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 15:30 – 19:30 Sat: 10:00 – 14:00

Represented artists

Andrés Anza
Veronica Botticelli
Khadija Jayi
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