Established in 2000, kaufmann repetto is a gallery with venues in Milan and New York. Since its inception in 2000, the gallery has been dedicating its international program to the investigation of social and political themes within the field of artistic production, with a special focus on research of the feminine. Embracing a multitude of media and artistic approaches, the gallery has continuously promoted ambitious and site- specific installations and projects, fostering the dialogue between artists and the space that hosts them.
After ten years in its historical location in Milan, the gallery expanded its spaces in 2010 in Milan’s central Brera district, adding a project space for younger artists and a courtyard for outdoor installations. In 2013, the gallery opened a second branch in Chelsea in New York, relocated in 2019 to its new venue in 55 Walker Street, contributing to the flourishing of Tribeca’s vivid art community.
In January 2020, kaufmann repetto celebrated the 20th anniversary of its foundation with a transatlantic group exhibition between the two venues in Milan and New York.
kaufmann repetto is run in partnership between Francesca Kaufmann and Chiara Repetto.