Ars Antiqua opened in 2000 following the initiative of Federico and Francesco Bulgarini.
The gallery stands out for its desire to give primary importance to the study of ancient works of art – sculptures, furniture and paintings – by making a selection based on artistic specificity and historical contextualisation. A further section dedicated to modern and contemporary art completes the view on the art world.
Every year there are numerous partecipations in the main national and international antique fairs: Olympia Intenational Art & Antiques fair (London), Assisi Antiquariato (Assisi), Gotha (Parma), Amart (Milan), Modenantiquaria (Modena), Ifa (Bergamo),
Mercanteinfiera (Parma), Cortonantiquaria (Cortona), Antiqua (Genova) and the incoming BRAFA (Bruxelles).
Ars Antiqua has also successfully inaugurated a live television broadcast in which not only the sale of works of art is carried out, but experts in the field, art historians, museum directors and Italian associations present rediscovered masterpieces and ongoing events.
The gallery therefore aims to pursue a cultural purpose, promoting artistic knowledge through exhibitions in public spaces, organised visits to current shows, conferences and meetings with institutions and academies.
Ars Antiqua is a member of the FIMA Italian Federation of Art Merchants and the Milanese Antiquarian Association.
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