Rome's Galleria Varsi leaves its Via di S. Salvatore in Campo base after five busy years. However it has not moved too far away and remains in the Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood, on Via di Grotta Pinta 38.
It launched its new, larger premises on 29 September with Sleeping through the War
, an exhibition by Polish street artist Sepe.
Since opening in 2013, Varsi has established itself as a dynamic and well-organised gallery that hosts regular exhibitions by noted street artists around the world.
The gallery's founder Massimo Scrocca says it is well established on the international scene particularly among American visitors. For full details see website
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