Bertolami Fine Arts
Bertolami Fine Arts is a complex entity: auction house, art gallery, exhibition design and cultural events studio
Bertolami Fine Arts, a known name to numismatics collectors around the world, began operating in 2011 as an auction house specializing in the sale of coins and medals.
Since 2001 until today Monaco and London branches have been set up and the Department of Numismatics has been joined by Departments of Antiquities, Ancient and Modern Glyptics, Medieval Art, Old Master Paintings, Modern and Contemporary Art, Prints & Multiples, Photography, Ceramics, Frames, 20th century Design and Decorative Arts, Asian and Tribal Art, Books, Autographs and Memorabilia, Jewelery, Silver and Watches, Fashion, Textiles & Luxury, Automotive.
Its current structure is that of a real Enterprise for Art consisting of:
- a modern concept auction house able to operate on the market not only with the traditional public auction sale, but also through private sales systems ranging from Private Sales ensuring absolute confidentiality without public display of the artwork consigned, to Selling Exhibitions, similar to those organized in art galleries.
- An innovative brokerage structure designed to guarantee sale at the best conditions. An objective that is not always achievable by using the company’s direct commercial channels. Bertolami Fine Arts, after agreement with the consigner, behaves like a real broker, looking for the most suitable seller on the international market (on-line platforms or other auction houses with niche specializations, etc.).
- An Exhibitions Design, Cultural Events, Press Offices and Art Communication studio on behalf of third parties.
- A publishing house specializing in art and cultural publishing with particular attention paid to the republication of rare and impossible to find
- The Archivi della Scuola Romana, institution of recognized cultural value founded in 1983 by Miriam Mafai, Netta Vespignani, Maurizio Fagiolo, Antonello Trombadori and Alberto Ziveri in order to document, catalog and enhance the Roman artistic production between the two world wars.
Since early 2016 at the Rome office of Bertolami Fine Arts, located in Palazzo Caetani Lovatelli, are also proposed conferences, courses and initiatives for in-depth study and cultural dissemination.