Upcoming Exhibition London
For this year's edition of Frieze Masters Colnaghi will showcase a superb selection of Classical antiquities spanning from early Greek cultures to the Roman Imperial period.

The works have been selected by Carlos A. Picón, former Chief Curator for Greek and Roman Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and now Director of the Colnaghi gallery in New York. Colnaghi will once again collaborate with Ben Brown Fine Arts, to create an evocative stand where antiquities dialogue silently with the monochromatic canvases of arte povera leader Alighiero Boetti.

For Frieze Masters 2019 Colnaghi presents a superb selection of Greco-Roman antiquities.
Current Exhibition, Sat May 11 - Sun Nov 24 2019
We are excited to present an exhibition at the historic Abbazia di San Gregorio in Venice which will open on 11 May, coinciding with the launch of the La Biennale di Venezia, and which will remain open by appointment until 24 November 2019. Presented in partnership with Chahan, the renowned interior designer, the exhibition will create the home of a 21st century traveller, incorporating master paintings with vintage and modern furniture and design.

The Abbazia di San Gregorio was originally built in the 9th century as a Benedictine Abbey. Located centrally on the Grand Canal, near Santa Maria della Salute, it was restored in the early 20th century and includes architectural and decorative features spanning more than 1,000 years. Set amidst its medieval architecture, and the expanse of rooms centered around an impressive courtyard, the installation aims to encapsulate the timeless spirit of the Grand Tourist and illustrate the lifestyle of a modern-day collector.

We are excited to present an exhibition at the historic Abbazia di San Gregorio in Venice which will open on 11 May, coinciding with the launch of the La Biennale di Venezia, and will remain open by appointment until 24 November 2019.
Past exhibition NYC
At the beginning of the 2019 exhibition calendar, Colnaghi New York will co-host two shows with Ben Brown Fine Arts and Artur Ramon Art. 22 January – 28 February 2019

Colnaghi is proud to host two concurrent exhibitions: FONTANA with Ben Brown Fine Arts, and MASTER DRAWINGS with Artur Ramon Art. FONTANA re-examines the career of one of the most innovative artists of the twentieth century, Lucio Fontana, and features works spanning the artist’s career, including seminal paintings, drawings and ceramics from the 1930s to the late 1960s. Alongside the works of Lucio Fontana, Arturo Ramon Art presents MASTER DRAWINGS, a collection of important works on paper by artists such as Juan Antonio Conchillos, Pedro de Campaña, Eugenio Lucas Velázquez, and Pablo Picasso. Together, the two exhibitions span over 400 years of European history of art and offer insights into the methods and thoughts of both Modern and Old Masters. The exhibition will run from 22 January to 28 February at Colnaghi’s townhouse space at 38 East 70th Street in New York.

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Jorge Coll, CEO Colnaghi, at The New York Times Conference Art Leaders Network in Berlin discussing "The Preoccupation with Contemporary Art" with Tobias Meyer and James Rondeau.

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The foundation is the brainchild of Jorge Coll, owner of Colnaghi, whose determination to engage a new audience to the world of Old Masters is already provoking interest and excitement.

Our mission is to foster appreciation, enjoyment and study of pre-twentieth-century artworks and antiquities in the Western European tradition. By creating the Henry Clay Fricks, Archer Milton Huntingtons and Isabella Stewart Gardeners of the future, we safeguard and increase the rich legacy of the great collectors of the 19th and early 20th centuries. By using an on-line platform to disseminate new research, exhibitions and learning experiences, we bring together scholars, institutions, and collectors, and reach out to a wider audience through web-based public engagement initiatives.