24 JAN - 31 JAN | 2021





24 JAN - 31 JAN | 2021







Rueb Modern and Contemporary Art is situated in an exclusive part of Amsterdam near the Concertgebouw. It was founded under the guidance of Willem Rueb, who had previously spent eight years working in the 19th century and Modern paintings department at Christie’s Amsterdam. The gallery may be visited on appointment. The firm specializes in modern and contemporary art and has a clientele made up primarily of private collectors. Once a year Rueb organizes an exhibition at his gallery. Rueb has participated in TEFAF for 30 years and now also takes part in Art Miami, KunstRAI Amsterdam and other art fairs. Rueb is also on vetting committees for 19th-20th century paintings and objects at national fairs such as Art Breda and Naarden the Art Fair. He is also engaged in acquisition on commission and evaluation. As a certified evaluator of paintings he is a member of the TMV Federation.

Founded : 1986




Banstraat 4
NL-1071 JZ Amsterdam


+31 (0)20 67 67 566
+31 (0)6 22 80 59 62




BRAFA 2020 - the Coup de Coeur of Harry Eigenberg

Harry Eigenberg, Art Advisor and Interior Designer shares his "Coup de Coeur" at the BRAFA Art Fair 2020 with Rueb Modern and Contemporary Art: a L.E.D on aluminium pigment and acrylic on canvas painting by the French brothers Florian & Michael Quistrebert.

Based in The Hague, art advisor and interior designer Harry Eigenberg aims to equip an interior with a combination of styles. 'This mix creates a dialogue. Without it, there is no excitement, it becomes bland.' He furnishes interiors with new discoveries, objects from his personal collection and tailor-made designs.

Rueb Modern and Contemporary Art is an Amsterdam based which is open by appointment. The firm specialises in modern and contemporary art and serves primarily private collectors. Once a year, the gallery organises a comprehensive exhibition at its own, exclusive premises.

The BRAFA Art Fair takes place from 26 January through 2 February 2020 at Tour & Taxis in Brussels. www.brafa.art

Video by Matthieu Wolmark of Biapal

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