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Robilant+Voena is a partnership between Edmondo di Robilant and Marco Voena established in 2000. The gallery deals at the highest level of Old Master, Nineteenth Century, Modern and Contemporary fine art. It has staged important monographic exhibitions of artists including Antonio Joli and Gaspar van Wittel, as well as studies on Italian vedute and the International Caravaggesque Movement, which are a core specialism. The gallery also deals in Italian Modern and Post-War Art. Recent critically acclaimed exhibitions have included Mimmo Rotella, Lucio Fontana, Roberto Matta and Giorgio Morandi.

 

Robilant+Voena work with the most prestigious international public institutions, including the National Gallery, London, the Frick Collection, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, New York, the National Museum, Stockholm, Tate Gallery, London, Galleria dell Accademia, Venice, The National Museum Tokyo, as well as significant European and American private collections.

 

The gallery has three locations - London, Milan, St. Moritz.

 

 

  • London

    38 Dover Street, London W1S 4NL

    tel +44 207 409 1540 • art@robilantvoena.com

    Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 6 PM

     

    Edmondo di Robilant

    Benedict Tomlinson, Director

    Tom Dawnay, Gallery Manager / Registrar
    Pietro Sforza, Sales Associate

    Stephen Musgrove, Technician

    Kristy Soo, Gallery Assistant

  • Milan

    Via Fontana, 16, 20122 Milano, Italy

    tel +39 02 805 6179 • info@robilantvoena.com

    Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 7 PM

     

    Marco Voena

    Paolo Bonacina

    Alessandro Galli, Co-Director

    Beatrice Tanzi

    Ginevra Terni de’ Gregory, Gallery Assistant

     

     

  • St Moritz

    Via Serlas 35, CH-7500 St Moritz

    tel +41 81 833 34 36 • art@robilantvoena.com

    Tuesday - Saturday, 2 - 7 PM

     

    Ylva Linn Liliegren, Director