SACI NY Gallery

An Italian-American institution dedicated to showcasing both emerging and established artists in the field of contemporary art.

Virtual Tour on view through May 21, 2020

UNSAID, by Andrew Gatti is a series of photographic images paired with written sounds (phonetics), which aims to visually represent the dislocated joint that exists between language and media; An indirect correspondence between symbols and sounds, and sounds and ideas.

This series of work, made over three years from 2017-2019, engages in a reimagining of written pronunciations, as sounds, disassociated from their true meaning by representing them photographically, engendering new relationships for the ideas represented by the original word.

We created a digital presentation of the work containing a few different types of materials, including the exhibition catalog, artist statement, artist biography, stills of all the pieces presented, exhibition images showing the work in our space, and the label information.

Andrew Gatti was born in Denver, Colorado. After relocating and spending most of his childhood in Akron, Ohio, he returned to Denver for college and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Art Degree in Studio Art and Italian Language & Literature from the University of Denver. Soon after, Gatti moved to Italy to attend Studio Arts College International, Florence attaining a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Photography in 2017. Andrew Gatti now resides in New York and has worked with many prominent art organizations including Christie’s Auction House, Cadogan Tate Fine Art, and R & Co.



On View until April 25, 2019

Artist Talk: April 18, 2019 @ 6:00pm

Jon Verney is a photographer whose work engages in manipulated found imagery, an interplay between the images of forgotten amateur photographers and the powerful sensation of abstract colors and fractal patterns.
Using the contemporary material that is a Polaroid and subjecting them to methods of tangible and controllable manipulation of the photographic emulsion, Verney draws out of them the untapped potential that lay dormant.





On View: May 2, 2019 – May 30, 2019

Opening Reception: May 2 @ 6:00pm

Lina Bessonova’s photography exhibition, What We Know Nothing About, is a collection of radiant black and white darkroom prints calls our attention to the fact that we can never truly know the layers of meanings that exist in everyday moments until these moments become memories. Come experience the intimacy of the ordinary and contemplate the meaningfulness of everyday experiences: What We Know Nothing About will make you fall in love with all that we take for granted.


On View: June 6, 2019 – June 28, 2019

Opening Reception: June 6 @ 6:00pm

Caline Touma‘s exhibition of drawing and paintings, is an exploration of the human soul and spirit. A discovery of what it means to be human, not only in a physical sense, but the spiritual. What is below the physical exterior? Touma transcends beyond, to the inside. Whether it be in the quick, playful lines of her exquisitely complex graphite drawings, or the animated qualities of her paintings her work breathes life, as if it too, has a living soul.


On View: July 11, 2019 – August 8, 2019

Opening Reception: July 11 @ 6:00pm

Well known marketing campaigns such as I, Amsterdam have seen a marked increase in tourism for the Netherland city. Graphic designer, Manuela Bosch, displays her ability to unify her creative design and in depth understanding of fluid identity to create a brand for her home city of Montevideo, Uruguay. The installation guides the viewer through the complex process of creating a design that captures the individuality of each citizen’s perception of their own city and encourages tourism while maintaining the heart of the city.

Image Captions

  1. Part of UNSAID by Andrew Gatti.
  2. Installation view, Saci Gallery.
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