Founded by Eugenio Re Rebaudengo in 2013, ARTUNER mounts curated exhibitions of contemporary art. ARTUNER has distinguished itself through its hybrid approach, exhibiting works both online and via pop-up shows throughout Europe.

ARTUNER provides guidance and expertise for collectors through educational contents on the site and a rigorous approach towards the selection of artists and projects. It offers a curated selection of artworks for sale.



ARTUNER has a reputation as a talent scout, and often offers works by talented emerging artists.


Established curators work with ARTUNER to source new works and create online exhibitions called ‘curations’.


ARTUNER personally advises every collector and regularly organises studio visits, public talks and informal gatherings.


In addition to curated exhibitions, ARTUNER offers artist profiles, interviews, walk-throughs, and artwork descriptions by art historians and art world experts.

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

ARTUNER presents a programme of specially curated online exhibitions; each selected and organised by a reputable international curator.
-Louisa Buck, The Telegraph




Eugenio Re Rebaudengo ARTUNER was founded by Eugenio Re Rebaudengo, a prolific collector who is eager to share his passion for contemporary art. Re Rebaudengo has long been integral to his family’s Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, reflected in his appointment to the Board of Directors in 2008. The Foundation’s ambitions to support and promote international contemporary artists while encouraging a greater understanding of contemporary art is visible in the accessibility and openness of Re Rebaudengo’s new venture. Re Rebaudengo is also a member of the Tate Young Patrons Ambassador Committee, and Whitechapel First Future committee.