In this interview (held in Italian), Alessandro De March talks about his gallery and the district of Lambrate where it is located. This is an area here many galleries have established themselves in recent years. They manage to coordinate their openings so art lovers can walk from one to the others and enjoy this sort of “diffuse museum.”
At the moment De March is showing works by photographer Paolo Rosselli (through Nov. 8th). Rosselli (Milan 1952) makes digital photographs of contemporary architecture and urban life anywhere in the world. He has photographed works by Juan Navarro Baldeweg, Manuel de Solà-Morales, Renzo Piano, Herzog & De Meuron, Jean Nouvel.
A Skype conversation with Alessandro De March about his gallery and the “art district” of Lambrate in Milan (October 2012)