Factory-Art gallery was born in Trieste_Italy in December 2006. In October 2009 it moved into a new space in Berlin.
This space, searched for a long time through visiting hundred of places in Berlin, is an original, magical, underground located, quite large space. It’s curiously placed in Charlottenburg in spite of the fashion that sees the new young galleries located in Mitte: the magic has won. Is also interesting to note the contrast between the "underground" gallery and the elegant Mommsenstrasse area. The gallery's mission is to promote the artistic research, to increase the communication between the artist's project, to put them in comparison and to lay the foundation for an extended dialogue. The Factory-Art gallery wants to be a space where, mostly young, artists can show their projects. The contemporary art offers us the possibility to see the world with different and unusual eyes and allows us to understand the time that we are live in. The artists represented by Factory-Art as well as those with whom it will occasionally work, have an extraordinary vision of life and a "religious" obsessive engagement in their work in common. Behind the creation of engaged artists by Factor-Art you can often find awkward offpspring alternative new art. With its appointments the gallery wants to provide a forum for the introduction of unfamiliar or complex practices to a general audience. Factory-Art runs with its artists, for artists. Although the work of this gallery may look much like a non-profit space, it is a commercial gallery. Any profits generated by sale of works, and much more, are to be invested into the continuance of the gallery, the promotion of the artists and to take increasingly daring steps. Sales are not the Factory-Art gallery primary objective, but it is driven primarily to produce and exhibit work by integrity and quality before commercial viability. With its works the Factory-Art gallery wants to contribute to the cultural growth that countersigns every evolved society.
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