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Renaissance

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

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.
works of art

Exceptional works of art at UN headquarters in New York

As a specialist in moving works of art, it takes a lot to surprise us here at Gosselin Mobility. This time, our team in Italy wasn’t focusing on medieval masters, but on modern works from differently abled artists from Rome. At the initiative of the Community of Sant’Egidio, these artists were given an exposition in New York.
algemene afbeelding

Statue of a saint

Every now and then, Gosselin receives a request to move unusual objects. Recently, our team in Italy moved a statue of the murdered Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero from El Salvador to Rome. Stefania Petrocchi and Roberta Tanzi were responsible for ensuring the move at destination went off without a hitch.
on tour with Bernini

On tour with Bernini

Even as a teenager, Gian Lorenzo Bernini spent his free time working with a hammer, chisel and block of marble. Over 300 years after his death, this prodigy of the Baroque movement is still highly praised by art aficionados from every corner of the world. Gosselin Mobility is currently taking part of Bernini’s oeuvre on a unique journey to a few of these very corners.