Fabrizio Marcolini began his career in the arts in the early 1990s. Over the past 25 years he has made a significant mark in the fine arts industry.
His intuition and years of experience guide him in selecting art pieces that hold intrinsic value and display artistic talent, rather than pieces that follow trends and art-world fads.
He opened his gallery, Artcore, in 1997 in Toronto and by 2003 it was the largest commercial contemporary art gallery in Canada.
Francesco Pandian founded in 2001 the Cultural Association Artericambi. It organizes institutional exhibitions in public and private spaces for artists such as Steven Pippin, Blu, Andrea Galvani, Blair Thurman.
In 2006 the Cultural Association became a Gallery, which introduces a new approach to contemporary art, focusing on philosophical and scientific thinking, on the research and experimentation of different media: painting, sculpture, video, sound, performance and photography.