Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld

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Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld (born December 1984 in Paris, France) is an art dealer and curator and the founder of Feedback Ltd., a private art dealership based in Manhattan.

Early life[edit]

Vladimir was born in Paris, France. He is the son of Christian Restoin and Carine Roitfeld, French journalist, fashion stylist, and the former editor-in-chief of French Vogue. He has an older sister, Julia Restoin Roitfeld.[1] Vladimir's godfather is photographer Mario Testino.

Education[edit]

Vladimir moved to New York City at age 17 to study English and prepare for college. He graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 2007. Subsequently, he worked as an assistant producer for Paramount Pictures, before making the transition into the art world.[2]

Career[edit]

Vladimir was inspired by "pop-up" galleries in which museum-style exhibitions have been installed in industrial spaces in New York, London, Paris, and Milan. He has worked on exhibitions with the Moscow Museum of Modern Art,[3][4][5] Sotheby's S2 Gallery and Phillips de Pury. In 2012 Roitfeld created a private art dealership headquartered in New York.

At the 17th annual Cinema Against Aids amfAR gala in Cannes in 2010, Roitfeld collaborated with amfAr-supporter Giorgio Armani on contributing to the organization's auction tent, which included an exhibition of works by Richard Hambleton. Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida curated the collection and donated two rare pieces to the event. Auctioneer Simon de Pury moderated the bidding and the lots brought a combined total of $920,000.[3][5][6]

Exhibition History[edit]

  • Peter Davies, June - July 2014
  • Hugo McCloud, May – June 2014
  • Nicolas Pol, April – May 2014
  • Shannon Finley, March – April 2014
  • Brendan Lynch, January – February 2014
  • Clare Rojas, November – December 2013
  • Nicolas Pol, November – December 2013, “After Modern Vermin Control,” Cardi Black Box, Milan, Italy
  • Peter Lindbergh, September-October 2013
  • Tom Wesselmann, “A Summer Exhibition of Paintings and Works on Paper,” June-August 2013
  • Lars TCF Holdhus & Yngve Holen, May 2013
  • Sylvia Sleigh, No5A, April 2013
  • Nicolas Pol, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York City, March-April 2013
  • Lucy Dodd, No5A, January 2013
  • 980 Madison Avenue, “Merci Mercy,” January- February 2013
  • Sotheby’s, “Hue + Cry,” October 2012
  • Nicolas Pol, Sao Paolo, Brazil, September 2012
  • Nicolas Pol “Epekastis”, Istanbul ‘74, Istanbul Turkey, May 2012
  • Dallas Art Fair, April 2012
  • Nicolas Pol, “Neverlodge”, NYC, March 2012
  • Ouattara Watts “Vertigo,” NYC, February 2011
  • Richard Hambleton “A Retrospective,” NYC, September 2011, sponsored by Giorgio Armani, in collaboration with Phillips de Pury
  • RETNA, “The Hallelujah World Tour,” London, June 2011, sponsored by Bombardier and VistaJet.
  • Nicolas Pol “Sick Atavus of the New Blood,” NYC, May 2010.
  • RETNA, “The Hallelujah World Tour,” NYC, February 2011, sponsored by Bombardier and VistaJet.
  • Richard Hambleton “The Godfather of Street Art,” London, November 2010, sponsored by Giorgio Armani.
  • Nicolas Pol “Mother of Pouacrus,” London Frieze, October 2010.
  • Richard Hambleton, Moscow Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow Russia, September 2010
  • Richard Hambleton, AmfAR Cannes France, May 2010
  • Richard Hambleton, Milan, March 2010, sponsored by Giorgio Armani.
  • Nicolas Pol “The Martus Maw,” NYC, November 2009
  • Richard Hambleton, NYC, September 2009, sponsored by Giorgio Armani
  • David Mushegain, PC Valmorbida, and Salim Langatta, NYC, February 2009, in collaboration with Louis Vuitton
  • Marco Perego, Paris, June 2008.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Natalie Joos". October 3, 2011. Kellina de Boer. Retrieved October 6, 2011. 
  2. ^ "22 Questions for Art Dealer and Curator Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld". May 18, 2011. Louise Blouin Media. Retrieved October 6, 2011. 
  3. ^ a b Kazakina, Katya. "French Vogue Scion Corrals Guinness, Rosen in Art Opening Night". November 30, 2009. Bloomberg. Retrieved October 6, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Artnet News". September 3, 2009. Artnet. Retrieved October 6, 2011. 
  5. ^ a b Scheyer, Kate. "Richard Hambleton's Art Draws a Crowd". September 16, 2009. Vanity Fair. Archived from the original on June 15, 2011. Retrieved October 6, 2011. 
  6. ^ "amfAR Holds 17th Annual Cinema Against AIDS Gala During Cannes Film Festival". May 21, 2010. amfAR. Retrieved October 6, 2011.