During the ’50, Enrico Todi frequented his uncle Guglielmo Magnani’s shop, first as copper beater and then as gilder, making it his collector, merchant and art promoter headquarters.
In 1976 Enrico and Tiziana Todi took the Guglielmo uncle’s shop and moved to 103 di Via Margutta.
In the Galleria Vittoria we can find young artists, Accademia di Belle Arti’s former pupils and old Masters. The aim of this ancient art gallery is the research of a human relationship between the Artist and the manager of Art Gallery, where they loose the conventionality and transform it in an active and no -formal collaboration which led to a cooperation to promote new enterprisings and advantages for both of them in terms of visibility towards the cultural sphere or the public.
The Galleria collaborates with public and private entities in Italy and abroad promoting editorial and no-editorial events about Art in all its forms.
In this ancient gallery, which celebrated its 100 years old activity in 2006, we live, breathe, test and mix the Ancient and the Modern, emotionating us.
The L’AVUGI is an association created on August 2017 in San Cesareo by four boys Valerio Oppedisano, Aurora Benedetti, Leonardo Milani and Giulia Cecconi, to whom joined Guglielmo Telli.
The will to create the L’AVUGI depends from the need to give a fresh and innovative alternative to a place preserving its traditions, creating a movement which can led tourism and economy in a small area not always valued. The L’AVUGI in few months has just organized social, cultural, sports, food and musical events thanks to the collaboration of some experts.