Open Art House hosts, produces and organizes cultural exhibitions and events.

Open Art House stands for home, an intimate and welcoming space where important and authentic relationships intertwine. OAH is also a friendly and safe space where loving people is more valuable than the artworks themselves.
For us, nurturing artists implies preserving a piece of our cultural heritage, as artists are cultural and social innovators.

What people say about us

  • The creation of art is like giving birth. Thoughts and gestures merge and the surrounding energy contributes to influencing its evolution. Warmth and professionalism at the Open Art House have contributed to the development of ideas and their realisation transforming the experience into a unique event.

    Giacomo Montanaro
  • Exhibiting at the OAH is a special experience. The curator’s hospitality was mindful and welcoming both for the artist and people attending the vernissage. The beautiful space and friendly atmosphere made it easy to share ideas and emotions. I am very grateful.

    Eugenio Guarini
  • When you are in a home environment you feel looked after and you have more confidence in discovering this: the more you are aware of needing people and abandoning your ego, the more art can fly.

    Cinzia Marmifero
  • This open house gallery is experienced in hosting and giving value to art. My work was supported and guided with care, fully respecting me as a person as well as my artistic expression. A beautiful experience, with a deep sense of sharing and open dialogue. The Open Art House is a space to discover, to visit, where youGiu can open your heart because this is how an art gallery should work and feel like.

    Giulia Balducci
  • The experience at OAH is something unique: it has the heart of an ancient patronage, a love for human expression that tends towards the Spirit all the while recognising and enhancing the talent of emerging artists.

    Valeria Fondi


Separating the useful from the useless and discerning between what builds us up and what makes us sink into an abyss. In a time where people are used and things are loved, the need to arises and make order asking questions. Is everything useful ? Are we loving or using each other? Are we willing to put aside what is useless? What is superfluous and what is the gain in leaving it?


The jury of experts are: Marianna Foglia, Valeria Fondi, Giuseppe Compare of Shazar Gallery, Giorgio Buratti and Andrea Bernagozzi of Officinarkitettura, Mara Risitano and Matteo Mo of S139art, Leonardo Porcelli of Stilemi and Monica Cremaschi of OAH,


The winner of the prize, will have the opportunity to expose his personal art project in OAH curated by Monica Cremaschi and her staff, and see your own work included in the catalog of the “monograph” artistic line of Officinarkitettura srl ​​wallpapers.


The artists are asked to fill in the contact form on the site, attaching all the required materials.


Your active participation and contribution are very important for our continuity, our growth .

You can share our vision and support OAH in three different ways, namely being part of one or more of the following categories: MEMBERS PARTNERS VOLUNTEERS

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