Bortolami (gallery)

Bortolami is a contemporary art gallery founded in 2005 by Stefania Bortolami and Amalia Dayan.[1][2] Before opening the gallery, Bortolami worked for Anthony d’Offay.[3] Dayan was a director with Gagosian Gallery.[4] The gallery has an exhibition space in Tribeca, but also organizes 12-month long contemporary art exhibitions in unlikely locations for its Artist/City project that pairs an artist with an American city. Artists who have participated in the project include Daniel Buren,[5] Eric Wesley [6] and Tom Burr[7]

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