M77 opened in May 2014, in a 1000 square meters post-industrial space, located in one of Milan’s most creative and emerging areas, as a result of Giuseppe Lezzi and Emanuela Baccaro’s active engagement within the Italian and international art scenes.
These last twenty years saw Mr. Lezzi working to produce important exhibitions with prestigious Museums and Institutions such as at Palazzo Reale, PAC-Padiglione di Arte Contemporanea and Museo della Triennale in Milan as well as MACRO and MAXXI Museums in Rome, just to mention a few.
The gallery was born with the purpose to give collectors a place to explore new trends in contemporary art, through different languages and artistic expressions. With the aim of becoming a cultural epicenter and a platform for ideas, the gallery is actively engaged with hosting book presentations, concerts and art-related events within its exhibition program.
Constant research is what has brought M77 to start relevant dialogues with prestigious international galleries. Recent collaborations include Jack Shainman for Odili Donald Odita’s solo show, Cheim & Read for McDermott & McGough’s, and Paul Kasmin Gallery for Santi Moix’s exhibition. As of May 2019, M77 represents Emilio Isgrò, Maria Lai, Nino Migliori, Avish Khebrehzadeh and Braco Dimitrijevic.