Upcoming Art Fair
Colnaghi is delighted to announce its participation in TEFAF Maastricht 2020. For this year’s edition, we will showcase a notable selection of Greek and Roman antiquities alongside important European Old Master paintings and sculptures and Modern artworks. The works on display reflect the gallery’s wide-ranging expertise, which spans different civilizations, mediums, and centuries.

Colnaghi is delighted to announce its participation in TEFAF Maastricht 2020.
Past Exhibition
Dangerous Beauty
The exhibition featured works of the highest quality, in different medias and from across the centuries, united by the theme of the seductive beauty of the female form.

The exhibition examined the connections between beauty, horror, seduction, guile, femininity, erotic desire, violence and death, which have fascinated artists and audiences over the centuries.

Past Art Fair
Colnaghi's exhibition at TEFAF New York Fall 2019 showcased an extremely rare and beautiful selection of Bronze Age ornaments, Cycladic vessels, and Classical sculptures alongside contemporary works by Barceló, Boetti and Fontana exhibited by our partner, Ben Brown Fine Arts.

Colnaghi´s exhibition at TEFAF New York Fall 2019.
Past Exhibition
This exhibition celebrated the firm´s legacy, displaying important drawings from the last five centuries in juxtapositions which revealed a continuity of practice throughout time, as well as giving vivid insights into the differing functions and techniques of drawing and the vital role that it played in the creation of art.

Colnaghi’s history is inextricably linked with works on paper, with some of the most prestigious drawings to have been on the market passing through the firm’s hands.

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We wish to thank all of our visitors and friends in Venice and abroad for their wonderful feedback and support in this project. It has been our pleasure to present to you an exhibition that captured the timeless spirit of the Grand Tour and illustrated the lifestyle of modern day collectors.

Our warmest thank you goes to Chahan and his team for conjuring up a magical setting, to the institutions who have supported us, to the suppliers who provided us with invaluable help, and to all those in Venice and abroad who contributed their time, intellect and passion to make this project successful. Our biggest thank you goes, of course, to the city of Venice and to its ever industrious, resourceful and welcoming inhabitants. We have learned so much from you, enjoyed spending time with you, and look forward to continuing our collaborations in years to come. To all, “a presto”!

The Grand Tourist of the XXI Century
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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.