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Axel Benz joins Cardi Gallery as director and international business developer

Director of Swiss Bruno Bischofberger Galerie, Axel Benz is leaving his position to join London’s Cardi Gallery as director and international business developer. The former Sotheby’s director will be based in London with Nathalie Brambilla, who currently runs Cardi’s London gallery. Founded in 1972 and specialising in post-war and contemporary art, Cardi Gallery London-Milan offers a wide selection of artworks by leading artists, including: Josef Albers, Dadamaino, Dan Flavin, Lucio Fontana, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Robert Ryman, Salvatore Scarpitta, Jan Schoonhoven, Richard Serra, Cy Twombly, Günther Uecker, Andy Warhol, and Gilberto...

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Former Perrotin and Hauser & Wirth director Nathalie Brambilla joins Cardi Gallery as a director

Nathalie Brambilla, former director of Galerie Perrotin and Hauser & Wirth, has joined London and Milan-based Cardi Gallery in the role of director. Brambilla joined Galerie Perrotin in 2001, where she stayed until 2011, at which point she moved to Hauser & Worth, taking on the role of Associate Director. Hauser & Wirth is a major international gallery specialising in Contemporary and Modern masters. The gallery has two branches in New York, in addition to its London, Somerset, and Zurich locations. Cardi Gallery was established in 1972, and specialises in Post-War and Contemporary Art, with branches in London and Milan. The gallery represents several major modern and contemporary artists including: Alighiero Boetti, Keith Haring, Piero Manzoni, and Andy Warhol. In recent years, Cardi Gallery has participated in a number of important international art fairs, including: the Armory Show, ARCOmadrid, Art Brussels, and...

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Louise Nevelson at Cardi Gallery, Milan

From 9 October until 20 December 2014, Cardi Gallery, the Milan-based contemporary and Modern art gallery, is to display a range of 30 works by the artist Louise Nevelson. The exhibition will present collages and sculptures created by the artist between 1955 and 1970, a period which marked the emergence of her trademark Modernist style. Louise Nevelson was a crucial figure in the American sculpture scene of the 20th century. Her work challenged the assumption that women could not make large-scale works, turning her into an icon of the feminist art movement. She said about her work: “Sometimes it’s the material that takes over; sometimes it’s me that takes over. I permit them to play, like a seesaw. I use action and counteraction, like in music, all the time. Action and counteraction. It was always a relationship – my speaking to the wood and the wood speaking back to...

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