26 Bury Street
This summer, Colnaghi gallery presents a major survey of Latin American art from the Viceregal period, assembled in collaboration with Jaime Eguiguren, the world’s preeminent expert on viceregal art. Marking the first commercial exhibition of this scale ever to be staged, Discovering Viceregal Latin American Treasures brings together more than 100 paintings, sculptures, textiles, and objects from the 17th to 18th centuries, with select Pre-Columbian and Modern masterpieces, reflecting Colnaghi's commitment to supporting cross-category collecting.
The exhibition will be on view simultaneously at Colnaghi’s galleries in London and New York, and presented online in virtual reality tours, allowing viewers from around the world to examine the works in detail in both locations.
About Colnaghi Gallery
Founded in 1760, Colnaghi is one of the oldest commercial art galleries in the world and one of the few to specialise in works of art from antiquity to the present day. Since the late nineteenth century, Colnaghi has been a leading dealership in Old Master paintings, prints, and drawings, selling masterpieces to the greatest collectors and museums of the Gilded Age. With galleries today in London, New York, and Madrid, Colnaghi presents rare objects from the Ancient World, the finest Old Masters, and Modern masterpieces, providing its clients with expert advice and opportunities to cross-collect across centuries and media.
Colnaghi is directed by co-CEO and owner Jorge Coll and Victoria Golembiovskaya. Carlos A. Picón, longtime curator of Greek and Roman art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, oversees Colnaghi New York.
Open by appointment only / Monday to Friday, 10am–6pm at Colnaghi London (26 Bury St, St. James's, London SW1Y 6AL, United Kingdom)