We looked at a number of studios and galleries before choosing our premises. Each of them was lacking something that would allow us to say “that’s the one!”. We were searching for a place hidden away from the street, imbued with Roman charm, where to work, host exhibitions and hold meetings with clients and scholars. We wanted it to have something special. In Via di Monserrato 34 we found the atmosphere we were looking for: proceeding through the courtyard of an early XVIth century Palazzo, a fountain with the head of Alexander the Great invites us to enter the bohemian garden facing the studio. It was previously the seat of an antiquarian bookshop: a place destined to host culture and Art!