Current Exhibition
We are proud to present Colnaghi’s Autumn exhibition 'Dreamsongs : from Medicine to Demons to Artificial Intelligence'. Curated by Bjorn Stern for Frieze London, 2020, the exhibition includes an exciting and diverse array of works.

'Dreamsongs' explores the interpretation of dreams throughout art history with the display of pieces from antiquity to the present day, including works by Henry Fuseli, John Anster Fitzgerald, Max Ernst, Odilon Redon, Peter Blake and Salvador Dali. The exhibition is a timely opportunity for us to escape the surreal present and explore the furthest reaches of the dream world, of fantasy and of the imagination. Highlights will be available to view via the Frieze digital viewing room, and we are delighted to be able to show the exhibition in full at Colnaghi’s London gallery at 26 Bury Street. We look forward to welcoming you. To ensure your safe visit, please be in touch with us to book ahead or book an appointment.

We are proud to present Colnaghi’s Autumn exhibition 'Dreamsongs : from Medicine to Demons to Artificial Intelligence'. Curated by Bjorn Stern for Frieze London, 2020, the exhibition includes an exciting and diverse array of works.
Upcoming Exhibition
FACES FROM THE CLASSICAL WORLD
Coming to Colnaghi New York and TEFAF Online this Fall....

Faces from the Classical World presents twelve masterworks from our holdings of Classical Antiquities, in Colnaghi's elegant Upper East Side townhouse. Make a safe booking in advance to visit us below, and join us as we explore several pivotal aspects of ancient Greek and Roman art. We look forward to welcoming you.

Faces from the Classical World
Past Exhibition - London Art Week Summer 2020
The Golden Age of Spanish Modern Art offers a re-evaluation of Spanish painting at the turn of the 20th century, presenting exquisite and innovative works by Spanish artists, particularly from Catalan, who trained in the academies of Barcelona and spent most of their working lives in Paris. Visit us this summer as we place these artists back on an equal footing with the other great European painters of their day.