Naiza Khan. Undoing / Ongoing
18 Sep 2015 – 28 Oct 2015
Rossi & Rossi
London, United Kingdom
Anna Maria Rossi has been active in the field of Oriental Art for over 30 years. She has a background of classical studies, having graduated at Turin University, and was a dealer in works of art before moving to Oriental Art in the 1970s. She founded Rossi & Rossi in London in 1985. Her son Fabio started travelling to Asia with his parents at an early age. He moved to London in 1983 in order to attend the School of Oriental and African studies, where he took an MA in Art and Archeology. In 1988 he joined his mother in the business and together they have established a reputation as leading dealers in Indian and Himalayan art, early Chinese and Central Asian textiles and works of art, and contemporary Asian art.
Over the years, the gallery has become a regular stop for collectors, curators, scholars and dealers from all over the world. Rossi & Rossi?s clients include distinguished private collectors as well as many major museums worldwide, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, the Tokyo National Museum and the Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney.
Rossi & Rossi have built a reputation for handling only the finest pieces. They have published a number of scholarly works and regularly stage specialist and groundbreaking exhibitions in London and New York.
The gallery recently moved to new premises on the ground floor of an elegant eighteenth century townhouse in the centre of fashionable Mayfair. This move, which has doubled the exhibition space, enables the gallery to give greater prominence to contemporary Asian art as well as continuing to show the traditional Tibetan and Himalayan art for which they are renowned. The new gallery will reflect Rossi & Rossi?s deep interest not only in the art and culture of the past but also in the vibrant and innovative art being produced by Asian artists today, particularly Tibetan. It will be one of the few galleries in Europe where the best of the arts of Asia, both past and present, can be seen.