Traveling exhibitions: old masters on world tour
In April, the American city of Auburn welcomed the Bernini & the Roman Baroque exposition. For this expo, fifty paintings and other objects created in the provocative style of Bernini, famous for the Trevi Fountain in Rome, travelled from Italy to Alabama. “This move owes its success to the tight scheduling and strict precautionary measures,” says Roberta from Gosselin Italy.
Goya goes on tour with Gosselin
Can you learn more about someone’s personality just by looking at their exterior? This question inspired the famous painter Goya to produce a series of etchings with humanized animal faces and fearful creatures. Petr’s team in the Czech Republic was responsible for the professional move of the Fisonomista expo.
Gosselin UK renews focus on art moves
With an already outstanding resume in art moves and a new co-worker with tons of industry expertise, Gosselin UK renews its focus on private international moves and art moves.
It started with a phone call
Many art moving projects involve a great deal of planning, hard work and precise time management. This is even more so when the project involves shipping precious art objects on behalf of Sergio Mattarella, President of Italy, to the residence of the President of the Republic of Armenia, Armen Sarkissian.
Moving the art of the German impressionists
Many German impressionists are not widely known by the general public as their work was seldom seen outside of Germany. The Italian Museo Archeologico in Valle d’Aosta and Gosselin are changing all that now.
Italian heritage hits the road
In mid-2019, the exposition Italy: The (In)visible Stories set off for a tour around the world, with Gosselin’s help. “The project ran into corona problems along the way. Fortunately, this didn’t get in the way of moving the art nor did it put a damper on the enthusiastic reception,” according to organizer Riccardo Anderi of Glocal Project.
Italian cultural heritage tours Europe
What happens when you combine art and heritage with the Italian embassy’s network and Gosselin’s know-how? This results in a surprising and varied exposition on the soul of Italy, organized in minute detail, and travelling through Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Bulgaria.
From Renaissance to Rococo, from Trieste to Yerevan
Our Italian team is well-known for art moves. This time they organized the move of 55 paintings from Trieste, Italy, to Yerevan. The exhibition was desired by the Italian Embassy in Armenia.
Gosselin moves Georgia’s national pride to Tallinn and Paris
Niko Pirosmani never could have known that his works would travel the entire continent after his death. Destitute at the time of his passing one hundred years ago, the Georgian artist’s work is now worth millions. Pirosmani didn’t achieve international recognition until after his death, inspiring greats such as Picasso.