Robilant+Voena is a partnership of art dealers Edmondo di Robilant and Marco Voena. They launched Robilant+Voena in London in 2004. Further gallery spaces were opened in Milan in 2009, St Moritz in 2014, and Paris and New York in 2020. Robilant+Voena has distinguished itself as one of the leading international art dealers in Old Master paintings, as well as 20th-century Italian art.Read More
The gallery has sold paintings to many important private and royal collectors and museums including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Frick Collection, the Gallerie dell'Accademia Venice, the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery London, the National Gallery of Stockholm, the Museum of Western Art Tokyo, and the Pinacoteca di Brera Milan.
Robilant+Voena is represented at the most prestigious fine art fairs in the world, and is committed to its active exhibitions program and the publication of books and scholarly catalogues.
We compile a definitive guide of must-see exhibitions taking place alongside London's autumn art fairs.
Sherrie Levine's latest exhibition at David Zwirner in Hong Kong continues the artist's examination of authorship and originality.
Artworks will appear in unusual locations, including the dock, terraces overlooking the Gulf of Naples, and the Chapel of Santissima Purità.
One has already brought in over US $30 million at auction this year.
We select a handful of favourites from Frieze London, where over 150 galleries will present contemporary art from across the globe.
Mark Rothko's hallowed and transcendental paintings inaugurate Pace Gallery's new London space.
Ocula Advisory select stand-out works showing across The Armory Show and Independent.
PITTSBURGH — That Andy Warhol was a lifelong practicing Byzantine (i.e. Eastern) Catholic is not a secret. At least one book is devoted to his religious concerns. His biographers and some critics not
IN JUNE, NEW YORK'S MUSEUM OF MODERN ART WENT DARK to put the finishing touches on its contentious five-year expansion, which promised to put $450 million and 47,000 square feet of Diller Scofidio + R
Was Lucio Fontana, at heart, just an easily distracted ceramicist? So one might conclude from the current exhibition at the Met. The show reveals a chameleon figure, highly responsive to the prevailin
Lucio Fontana could have spent the rest of his natural-born life building colossal tombs and funerary statues for his father's sculpture workshop in Argentina. Instead, he traveled the world in search
Panel Discussion with Enrico Crispolti (Art critic, Curator and Art historian), Luca Massimo Barbero (Director of Fondazione Cini in Venice) and Edward Lucie-Smith (Art critic, Curator and poet).
Moderated by Tim Marlow (Artistic Director of the Royal Academy), with Luca Massimo Barbero (Director of the Istituto di Storia dell’Arte at the Fondazione Cini), Bernard Blistène (Director of the Ce
Archive videos of Alberto Burri (1915–1945) working on his famous 'Plastiche' series. We don't own the rights of the song. All rights goes to Imagine Dragons & Interscope.