Galleria Ca’ D’Oro x CITCO – Miami Art Week Event – This Saturday 3pm to 8pm.



In 1990 CITCO came about, in the heart of Verona’s marble district, operating in the field of extraordinary inlaid marble surfaces and furniture complements.

CITCO have reinterpreted the concept of luxury and modified the perception of marble. Advanced technologies now let designers give unexpected forms to marble, but it cannot become truly unique without the exceptional skills of highly qualified craftsmen. Citco’s secret, to offer true works of contemporary art, is the renewed focus on this tradition of handiwork.

CITCO products have an extremely select international market, which, in order to grow, entrusts itself to the word of mouth of those, customers and professionals, who have had the opportunity to experience its excellent quality.

CITCO collaborates with renowned international designers such as Norman Foster, Ferruccio Laviani, Arik Levy, Daniel Libeskind and Zaha Hadid Architects.

About Galleria Ca’ d’Oro

The Ca ‘d’Oro Gallery , a historical place of exhibitions for the greatest names of  twentieth century art and expression with an incessant artistic and intellectual vivacity for over forty years, is today an important center for the promotion and dissemination of creative talent, Italian and international.

Heir to the San Bernardo Gallery , opened in Rome by Amadore Porcella in 1945, the Ca’ d’Oro opened its doors to the public in December 1970 in its original location on via dei Condotti.

Inaugurated in 1990 by Antonio Porcella , director of the Ca ‘d’Oro Gallery as well as councilor of the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation , the space in Piazza di Spagna focuses its activity on the idea of ​​art as an indispensable value for cultural growth, becoming a stage for unique events.

The preparation and experience of Antonio Porcella in the field of art have marked the culture of the capital, bringing artists such as Giorgio de Chirico, Renato Guttuso, Giacomo Manzù, Salvador Dalì, Carlo Carrà, Bruno Caruso, to the city and from the city to the world, Alberto Sughi, Ruggero Savinio, Corrado Cagli, Ennio Calabria and Renzo Vespignani.

The Ca ‘d’Oro Gallery has always stood out for its artistic sensitivity, intellectual gaze and historical professionalism, which have united four generations of the Porcella family, whose art gene has revealed their own attitude to each one: Alpinolo Porcella , artist and writer (1874-1962), his son Amadore Porcella , who from painting devoted himself to the study of art to become an international critic. His lectures and lessons in the History of Art at the Pontifical Bolivarian University of Medellin (Colombia) are precious. The son Antonio, loving art from an early age, managed to start the gallery activity first in the headquarters on via Condotti and then in Piazza di Spagna, where he passed on his passion to his daughter Gloria, who is now responsible and curator of art of the Ca ‘d’Oro Gallery.

Promotion and enhancement of contemporary art are the guidelines of Gloria Porcella , who in recent years has been assisted by Lamberto Petrecca in the organizational and artistic design work. Together they are able to grasp the artistic signs of the present and make each exhibition and create a significant moment in the history of national and international art.

Gloria Porcella with enthusiasm, courage and professionalism enhance contemporary artistic expressions, promoting art in its being revelation, reflection, provocation, disturbance and a sign of social. In this spirit, starting from 1997, the portfolio of artists linked to the Gallery has been enriched with names of the caliber of Seward Johnson, whose works it holds the European exclusive, Alfredo Rapetti, Erika Calesini and the Cracking Art Group.

In December 2010, during Art Basel Miami, the Gallery opened its new headquarters in Coral Gables with the installation of the REgeneration Art Project of the Crackin Art Group. Currently the Gallery is in the Ironside where it continues to promote Italian and European art with passion and enthusiasm.

A new major opening took place in 2015 when the new New York office was opened.

Since 2013 the Gallery has participated in the most important American art fairs such as Context Art Miami, Scope New York, Art Wynwood Miami and Art Southampton.

William A. Read
Brand Development

Phone: 305.864.3434, Ext: 126

Address: 1666 Kennedy Causeway, Suite 703, Miami Beach, FL 33141


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