Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld
French art dealer
Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld
Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld is an art dealer and curator and the founder of Feedback Ltd. , a private art dealership based in Manhattan.
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Malcolm Harris: RUN to Merci-Mercy: Presented by Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Christine Messineo
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld, Christine Messineo and Jack Pierson's Abstract #10 Last week, I attended a press preview for the latest offering of Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and his co-curator, Christine Messineo, via a photo that simply read Merci-Mercy. As only my luck would have it, the location and time of this preview were equal parts inconvenient and annoying. This preview was not only to take place on Manhattan's Upper East Side at art aficionado Aby Rosen's contemporary art gallery/shrine, it was also to be unveiled at the ungodly hour of 11:00 a.m. In all honesty, my art eyes aren't even in pristine focus until well after 6:00 p.m. To make matters triply worst, it was 10 degrees outside and I was not at all a very happy camper -- to say the least. But in the back of my mind, I thought to myself, perfect. Finally, the wiz-kid and his co-conspirator will be presenting an exhibition I will be able to critically approach and examine void of any opening-night frenzy and/or gus ...
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Malcolm Harris: Congratulations! Jeffrey Deitch and Larry Gagosian Have a New Bundle of Joy: Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Imagine if the art industry's mega-mogul Larry Gagosian and great-guru Jeffrey Deitch gave birth to a bouncing baby boy. You must also imagine this bundle of joy being at least 28 years old and 6' 3" tall. If they did and you could imagine, I can guarantee you his name would be Vladmir Restoin-Roitfeld-Deitch-Gagosian, thus successfully making him the most hyphenated person working in the art world today. But seeing as this is truly an impossible reality, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld will just have to settle for one hyphen, as well as being one of the most important and influential people to hit the art scene in many years. Trust me, I don't make this assertion lightly, I say this only after years and years of waiting for this generation to take the proverbial bull by the balls, shake up the status-quo and wake up the living dead. I've had the pleasure of attending several of Vladmir Restoin-Roitfeld's guerrilla-style pop-up exhibitions, and I can't help but be reminded of ...
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Peggy Siegal: Cannes Diary 2012
Huffington Post - over 4 years
An alternative version of this article will appear in the July issue of Avenue Magazine. Wednesday, May 16 I have hitched a night flight on Lisa Marie Falcone's G5 to Nice and arrive at Teterboro early enough to sneak three trunks filled with 10 Marchesa gowns onto her plane. Lisa arrives two hours later. She is making her maiden voyage to the 65th Cannes Film Festival as a producer of the hot film,Mud. She arrives with gargantuan Vuitton luggage that fills the fuselage. We are now part of 200,000 filmmakers, dealmakers, studio execs, stars, journalists, models, hookers and yachtsmen ready to see 22 films in competition and party till dawn for 12 days. Festival executives affected by the global financial crisis are delirious with numerous fashion houses acting as major underwriters and allow them to brand and control the press coverage on the red carpets, sometimes overshadowing the very films the festival is presenting. Sponsors who control the after parties a ...
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Art-World Hot Spot Acme's Impressive Collection Boasts Pieces by Dana Schutz, Richard Prince, and Frank Gehry
Artinfo - almost 5 years
Art-World Hot Spot Acme's Impressive Collection Boasts Pieces by Dana Schutz, Richard Prince, and Frank Gehry Language English Email Print Save Tweet Pin It Photo Gallery:  Slideshow: Acme's Impressive Art Collection by Ann Binlot Published: May 12, 2012 NEW YORK — Since its soft opening in December 2011, the new Acme restaurant located at 9 Great Jones Street has had its share of notable art-world diners. Chuck Close has been spotted there, Paul Kasmin Gallery celebrated Will Ryman’s exhibition opening, and Vladimir Roitfeld, Creative Time, Art Space, and Lehmann Maupin have all held dinners at the establishment. But art also has a permanent place in the latest art-world hot spot. Shortly after it opened, the restaurant was even the scene of a brazen art theft. A chalkboard by Warhol c ...
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Cator Sparks: Divine Dallas! A Weekend of Awesome Art Proves This City Is Tops
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
I have spent a good deal of time in Texas. I am fortunate enough to have several friends with ranches and with tales of the Wild West woven through their family history. I have always been impressed at the amount of generosity, humor and Cowpoke common sense these people have while lounging on their 100,000 acre ranches. No nouveau riche reality show housewives here! They have had their money for a long time and the oil isn't drying up anytime soon. They are what wealthy people should strive to emanate. So when I heard about the Dallas Art Ball, the Dallas Art Fair and the Dallas Biennale all happening on the same weekend I figured I needed to head down and check it out. Arriving on Thursday afternoon I dropped my bags at The Joule downtown and headed to the Vernissage for the Dallas Art Fair. There was a swinging live jazz band and heaps of barbecue. Nobody goes hungry in the South! The Leo Koenig Gallery Walking the manageable show (only 75 vendors) we stopp ...
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Fashion's Night could be out - New York Post
Google News - over 5 years
At the Armani party at Phillips de Pury hosted by Vladimir Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida, legendary model Lauren Hutton told Buzz she's an advocate of the shopping extravaganza. “I'd like to see it keep going,” says Hutton. “I don't like crowds
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Pop Shots by Miles Ladin: 09/13/2011 - Women's Wear Daily
Google News - over 5 years
The occasion was a Richard Hambleton retrospective co-curated by Vladimir Roitfeld, son of Carine, and sponsored by Giorgio Armani. Art critic Anthony Haden-Guest mulled over the work and ventured that a heroin habit had kept the artist out of the
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Where The Buzz Just Keeps Buzzing
NYTimes - over 5 years
SAYING that Andy Warhol ate at a restaurant is like saying that George Washington slept there. Warhol has been gone that long. It would pretty much require the rest of the allotted space here to list the number of eating establishments that have gone to the restaurant graveyard over the decades since the artist died in 1987, and so we will focus
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Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida on Their Quest to Make the Art ... - ARTINFO
Google News - over 5 years
By Ann Binlot Andy Valmorbida (L) and Vladimir Roitfeld have assembled a retrospective of approximately 50 pieces of Richard Hambleton's work. NEW YORK— Jet-setting curators and art dealers Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida are wrapping up
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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK; The Buzz
NYTimes - over 5 years
ECCENTRIC socialites, chain-smoking models, dancing till dawn. It must be Fashion Week again. Here, a preview of the buzzing party each night (invitation only). Thursday -- Shopped Out Retail overload? Cap off Fashion's Night Out with a concert by the Roots. Guests include the band Alberta Cross, Amanda Seyfried and Amar'e Stoudemire. John
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The Buzz - New York Times
Google News - over 5 years
End the evening at Indochine, where Vladimir Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida reprise their fashion-art bacchanal. Another night, another Roitfeld fete — this time at Westway to toast Carine Roitfeld's fall advertising campaign for Barneys New York
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19/05/2011 - Janet Jackson, Laetitia Casta et bien d'autres à la soirée ... - fashions-addict.com
Google News - almost 6 years
... Brooke Shields, Elisabetta Canalis, Eva Riccobono, Laetitia Casta et son mari Stefano Accorsi, Luke Evans, Natasha Yarovenko, Renzo Rosso, Ronnie Wood, Rosario Dawson, Sonam Kapoor, Vladimir Roitfeld, Alessandra D'Ambrosio, Ana Beatriz Barros,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld
    TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 29
    The world tour of the exhibition continued in Milan, Moscow, and London before the final installment in New York in September 2011, at Phillips de Pury.
    More Details Hide Details The exhibition displayed 50 of Hambleton’s works, as well as 20 images of the artist's work chronicled by photographer Hank O’Neal.
  • 2009
    Age 27
    His first exhibition which he curated was in February 2009 in New York, sponsored by Louis Vuitton, which contributed $50,000.
    More Details Hide Details Coinciding with Fashion Week, it featured photographs by three of Roitfeld’s friends: P.C. Valmorbida, David Mushegain, and Salim Langatta. Roitfeld and business partner Andy Valmorbida currently represent artists Richard Hambleton and street artist Retna (né Marquis Lewis). Vladimir also represents French painter Nicolas Pol, a student of Alain Declercq. Roitfeld 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. 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, whom Paper magazine recently called “The Godfather of Street Art.” 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.
  • 2007
    Age 25
    He eventually graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 2007.
    More Details Hide Details Subsequently, he worked as an assistant producer for Paramount Pictures, before making the transition into the art world.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Age 0
    Born in 1982.
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