Galleria Six, founded in 2007 by Sebastiano Dell'Arte, opens its first space in Lissone. From the early start it carries out a distinctive effort in the research and promotion of both national and international artists, with an openness to different languages and expressive media. It belongs to 2007 the large site-specific installation by Michele Zaza "Io sono il paesaggio" ("I am the landscape"). In 2009 the gallery moves to a new small space in Milan, albeit its original philosophy continues to be vigorously pursued. It is in this new site that unique work exhibitions such as Dennis Oppenheim's wooden prototype of his famous upside down Church can be possible. Among the significant exhibitions, Bruno Munari's "Prime sculture da viaggio" ("First Travel Sculptures"). Among the projects carried out in cooperation with the artists, the first Italian presentations of Narbi Price and Hicham Benohoud.
In 2015 Galleria Six relocated in the distinctive space in Piazzale Piola 5, where successful exhibitions have been hosted, such as "Miroslav Tichy" in collaboration with Foundation Tichy Ocean, Bice Lazzari's "La fragilità e la persistenza" ("Fragility and Persistence") in collaboration with Bice Lazzari Archive in Rome and "John Walker", with 12 paintings specifically made by the artist for SIX .
Since 2014, it has been collaborating with Vasco Bendini free Association.
The Galleria Six is characterized by integrity, confidentiality and high quality works of international contemporary art.
Sebastiano Dell'Arte offers counsel and professional advice for both novel and experienced collectors
as well as corporations and public museums in starting and expanding their collections.