Alessandro Vitiello Home Gallery

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Alessandro Vitiello Home Gallery has taken shape in late 2016, entering an international trend that reflects the growing interest of collectors to share their collections, thus injecting ideas and resources into the system. We also have the immodest ambition of wanting to contribute to the development and promotion of art and culture in Italy.
At Home Gallery we curate modern art exhibitions, w
e promote literary happenings and concerts, we produce author theater, and we are partners in projects and initiatives of significant scientific importance. The initial interest in the visual arts was then added to the awareness of wanting to be an innovative aggregation center for multiple disciplines and knowledge, with the aim of rethinking models and methods useful for passing on the immense cultural tradition of our country. 

Past exhibitions:

- 2022 "GABRIELS 10/10", personal exibition of Gabriels at Home Gallery edited by Daniele Brocchi.
- 2022 "Pax_2022", personal of Roberta Morzetti at Sant'Agostino's church in Tuscania (Viterbo) and at Palazzo Alessandri in Viterbo, edited by Velia Littera..
- 2021 "Arte in Nuvola" I edition.
- 2021 "Quanta Grandi Quadri", at Home Gallery in Rome. 
- 2020 "Alpha Beta", at Home Gallery in Rome. 
2019 "Litoritmo" personal of Felice Nittolo at museum PAN in Naples edited by Daniela Ricci.
- 2019 "Furia", personal of Grazia Maria Regalino edited by Kamil Tadzeus Jarzembowski.
- 2017 "Reazioni in ferro 26", personal of Damiano Quaranta ai Palazzo Bezzi in Ravenna edited by Alessandro Vitiello.
2017 "Dettagli e orme", personal of Grazia Maria Regalino at Palazzo Bezzi in Ravenna edited by Angela Trimarco.
- 2017 "Sand Talks", personal of Francesca Matarazzo di Licosa at DFC in Dubai(AEU) edited by Alessandro Vitiello and Anna Caridi.




Grazia Maria Regalino - In Viaggio (2021) - Oil on canvas - 51,18 x 51,18 inches
Roberta Morzetti - Escape_20 (2020) - Mixed media, resin, fibreglass, plant, glue, acrylic, iron.
Francesco Maria Messina - Plinio (2021) - Mixed media: lava stone, steel structure, expanded polyurethane, smoked glass.
Jasmine Pignatelli - Directionless (2018) - Mixed media
Claudio Bianchi - Fall colors (1986) - Oil on canvas
Chosen Love - Robert Indiana (1995) - Hand-woven and “sculpted” tapestry in New Zealand wool
Michael Babyak - Future Presidents (2020) - Mixed media
Vettor Pisani - Sigmund Freud (1986) - Polymaterial sculpture in jesmonite