South of the Lazio coast, in the Province of Latina, there is one of the most beautiful seas of Italy. The crystalline blue of the waters is joined by a suggestive and still uncontaminated landscape, made of dunes of white and fine sand, of a typically Mediterranean vegetation still wild, characterized by plants with bizarre names such as legumes with yellow flowers, witch's nails and the sea lilies. The well-known wooden walkways, which allow access to the beach, were built precisely to safeguard these types of vegetation.
Walking through the via di Sabaudia it seems almost bizarre to come across a place like the Galleria Papier. Yet it is since 2003 that Matteo Pippa's passion for art and antiques has created this suggestive place in the bright and carefully curated spaces of the gallery. Over the years the works of the greatest painters and artists of contemporary and non-contemporary art have been exhibited.
Just to name a few: Pablo Picasso, Osvaldo Peruzzi, Hans Richter, Renato Guttuso, Emilio Vedova, Giacomo Porzano, Mario Schifano, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Franco Mulas, Ladislas Kijno, Eugenio Carmi, Ugo Nespolo, Piero Dorazio, Sante Monachesi, Tommaso Cascella, Carlo Bertè, Raffaele Rossi, Riccardo Licata, Corneille, Luigi Veronesi, Mimmo Rotella, Bruno Cassinari, Aligi Sassu, Sandro Chia, Andrè Masson, Lorenzo Vespignani, Franco Gentilini, Sebastian Matta, Josè Ortega, Ennio Morlotti.
In an adjoining room we find "antique Papier" where precious pieces of design, antiques, porcelain, objects are exhibited, all of this can be purchased with a 20% discount every fourth Sunday of every month.