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ARTUNER is an innovative ‘hybrid’ art platform that stages curated selling exhibitions, both online and through a dynamic programme of international pop-up exhibitions.

Thinking Differently

ARTUNER provides a refreshing addition to the online art marketplace, combining the digital component with an ambitious programme of physical exhibitions in a unique hybrid approach.

Sharing Expertise

ARTUNER offers guidance and expertise for collectors through educational content on the site and through a curated selection of artists and exhibitions staged worldwide. Through curated group shows, ARTUNER places artists into dialogue with one another and with wider art historical movements, themes and ideas.

An eye for talent

ARTUNER champions emerging artists, providing an insight into the future greats, as well as established artists who deserve a place in art history.

“ARTUNER’s innovative approach to selling gallery-quality works focuses on expertly curated online exhibitions by established and emerging artists.”

- Nicole Swingley, The Financial Times

“The online dealership, is an example of how art and its market might evolve.”

- Scott Reyburn, The New York Times

Re Rebaudengo

Eugenio Re Rebaudengo is an entrepreneur, collector and curator who is eager to share his passion for contemporary art. He founded ARTUNER in 2013 with the goal of creating an innovative hybrid art platform for artists and collectors. Since then, he has organised over 25 international exhibitions with over 100 artists.

Re Rebaudengo holds a MSc degree with Distinction in Management, Organisations and Governance from the London School of Economics. Re Rebaudengo has been integral to his family’s Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, reflected in his appointment to the Board of Directors in 2008. He is also on the Committee of the Tate Young Patrons, Serpentine Gallery Future Contemporaries and Whitechapel First Future.

In his capacity as a collector, Re Rebaudengo was acknowledged in Apollo Magazine's "40 Under 40 Europe" in 2014 and "40 Under 40 Global" in 2017, which recognises the most influential and talented people in the art world under the age of 40.


ARTUNER was founded in 2013, as an online platform which displayed thoughtfully curated selections of artworks to provide an intimate visual experience for collectors and art lovers. The online-only exhibitions were assembled with the assistance of highly regarded curators who worked with leading institutions in the art world, such as An Italian Journey: Modern and Vintage Prints by Luigi Ghirri and Araki | Moriyama: a History of Seduction with Filippo Maggia (Director of the Fondazione Fotografia Modena) and Airports for Shadows and Dust with Andrew Bonacina (Chief Curator of The Hepworth Wakefield).

Although since then ARTUNER has moved from an online-only model to become an innovatively hybrid platform with a strong and itinerant physical presence, online-only exhibitions have remained an instrumental tool both to present for the first time to an international audience young and emerging artists (such as the German David Czupryn, 2015 and Katja Seib, 2016) as well as to introduce a model that would later become a core aspect of ARTUNER, the presentation of an intergenerational dialogue between artists (such as in Take Care: Ettore Sottsass and Jesse Wine, 2015).

A first development toward a more hybrid model was Studioscape: South London, an online presentation of five South London-based artists paired with physical visits of their studios in order to gain a deeper understanding of their practice.

The desire to offering artists an opportunity to develop projects in exciting and ambitious venues led to the organisation of a series of diverse international shows, including in outdoor courtyards in the small Greek island of Sifnos.

Often ARTUNER opted for unconventional locations, like beautiful baroque palaces in Turin, which in the last few years became a backdrop for engaging group shows featuring artists from different generations in dialogue with each other.

Similarly, ARTUNER curated a number of exhibitions in a prestigious building in London through a collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute.

Partnerships with galleries have become an important aspect of ARTUNER's model. In March 2015 the venture collaborated with Galerie Max Hetzler and Schiff Fine Art to curate Open Source: Art at the Eclipse of Capitalism. The ambitious exhibition was shown across all three of Max Hetzler Gallery venues in Berlin and Paris and was complemented by the online show on as well as a panel at Palais de Tokyo.

In 2016/2017 ARTUNER has collaborated with newly founded gallery Cassina Projects in New York City. There, ARTUNER curated a series of shows that included our core group of artists such as David Czupryn, Katja Seib, Paul Kneale and Rebecca Salter, as well as established international artists such as Toby Ziegler, Rose Wylie, Giuseppe Uncini and Georg Herold to name a few.

Since 2015 ARTUNER started developing a small group of core artists whom we represent and work very closely with, supporting the development of their practice through a wide range of projects, such as Paul Kneale’s participation to the group show COMMAND-ALTERNATIVE- ESCAPE, in the Arsenale Novissimo, Venice coinciding with La Biennale di Venezia 2017.

ARTUNER’s mission is to continue to seek ambitious venues and collaborations worldwide to promote the artists and art we love, as well as to engage with collectors and curators in innovative and exciting ways.