Being Collector herself and Artist Advisor since her early career, Alexandra Mazzanti is able to deeply understand the personal and aesthetic needs and taste of the collector as well as that of the artist and deepen the link between the Origins of the work of Art and its Fruition.
The sentimental approach that AM has with Art is equally reflected in the relationship she has with her clientele and her expertise. She has extensive and professional knowledge of the contemporary art market and by always anticipating its trends, she is both able to source rising talented artists and well known artists to enhance their careers by delivering thought-provoking exhibitions and allocate promising and valuable artworks in prestigious art collections.
AM goes further her expertise and aims to share emotions based on elective affinities. She feels a connection with the collectors who bring art to their homes, wether the art has been acquired from her gallery or not, as if they have just embarked on a journey together.
For Alexandra, sharing the art collecting experience feels like having known each other forever. We are all connected by a secret feeling that remains intangible and creates the special bond that only comes with Art. A strong painting has the power to connect us all in different ways, making us no longer strangers, but rather friends with shared memories. This is the reason why AM very carefully selects the Artists for the gallery programme and for your personal collection as if it was for her own.
Alexandra Mazzanti is the owner, director and sole curator at/of Dorothy Circus Gallery. Since 2007, Alexandra has personally curated up to 100 solo and group exhibitions, and 7 institutional and museum projects. She has worked with the most renowned icons of the Pop Surrealist movement and has brought the focus on the European contemporary art world on new extraordinary talents from the New Contemporary Asian art and curated out door projects with worldwide recognized street artists. Some of the most notable projects are: “Spray for Your Rights”(2014), “Cross The Streets”, “Color for Action” (2020), “Pop New Pop” (MACRO, Rome, 2012) “Pop Surrealism, What a WanderFool World” (Carandente Museum, 2010), “Troubles With Angels” (a retrospective of the artist Ray Caesar at Palazzo Saluzzo, Turin), “Lacrima Aquarium” (Casa dell’Archittetura Acquario Romano, 2014).
Alexandra is always open to consider and be involved in new exciting museum curatorial opportunities, street art festivals and other projects where she deems her expertise could be a valuable addition. For any project enquiries, get in touch here.