Via Recta was a street in ancient Rome, located in the northern part of the Campo Marzio district that ran from Via Lata, to the Neroniano bridge with a straight path, as defined precisely by the name of the street itself. In medieval times, pilgrims arriving from the north, now it corresponds to Via dei Coronari crossed it.
Over time, it became the historical street of antique dealers, hence the choice of the owners to call this small large exhibition space Galleriarecta, in homage to the extraordinary toponymy of Rome.
Gallerirecta is a jewel for art lovers, be it painting and sculpture, especially from the 1800s and 1900s. Pieces of Italian and international art, selected with care and preparation, the proposals are always of a high standard, always carefully checking their origin, conditions and authenticity, found, sought after in fairs and markets around Italy and not only that, but from a careful and discreet sale between private individuals. A small physical space, which takes time, however, to look carefully and scrupulously at each exposed piece.