Vedovi Gallery is a leading secondary market gallery specializing in works by modern, post-war, and contemporary European and American artists. Renowned for its fine connoisseurship in the trade of high quality works, the gallery has gained a solid reputation and expertise over the past 25 years.
Since its inception, Vedovi Gallery has been committed to the representation of leading Surrealist artists such as Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Jean Arp or Joan Miro. Vedovi Gallery has been particularly active in the promotion and the development of René Magritte’s legacy on the international stage. An intimate and collaborative relationship with the Magritte Foundation has enabled the gallery to contribute significantly in the setting up of worldwide Magritte retrospectives (Rome, Tokyo, Seoul...) and dedicated thematic exhibitions (Magritte and contemporary Art: The Treachery of Images, LACMA, Nov 2006-Mar 2007 / Magritte : The Mystery of the ordinary 1926-1938 , MoMA Sept 2013-Jan 2014 – The Menil Collection Houston and The Art Institute of Chicago). The gallery has widely collaborated with the Centre Pompidou for the retrospective dedicated to the artist (Magritte : La Trahison des Images 21 Sept 2016-23 Jan 2017).
In addition to its commitment to Surrealism and modern art, the gallery has been dedicated to supporting important contemporary artists with academic exhibitions, such as Ed Ruscha « Leave any information at the signal » or Tom Wesselman « The Great American 60’s ». The scope of artists exhibited eventually broadened to include Italian and American artists. Solo exhibitions of Lucio Fontana (2008), Alighiero e Boetti (2009), Agostino Bonalumi (2011), Donald Judd (2011), Richard Prince (2014) and Rudolf Stingel (2016), Germaine Richier (2018) and Christopher Wool (2018) demonstrate the gallery’s commitment to exhibiting masters of post-war art and established contemporary artists.
11 Bd de Waterloo 1000 Brussels
+32 (2) 2 513 38 38
Tuesday - Saturday 11-6 and by appointment
The gallery does not accept unsolicited submissions