Enrico Somaré, editor and art critic, opened Galleria Milano in 1928. During the ten years that followed, « the gallery closed shortly before Second World War », Somaré exposed Casorati, Wildt, Eleonor Fini, Sironi, Tosi, Tozzi, Manzù, Carrà and many others. Enrico Somare's sons, both painters, decided to reopen the gallery in 1964. In 1965 Carla Pellegrini Rocca takes over and she still runs the gallery. During these years the gallery sets up almost 300 shows .
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