Family business founded in Lugano (Switzerland) in 1920, Adriano Ribolzi opened his Gallery in Monaco in 1974, becoming the first foreign antique dealer to settle in the Principality; he was specialized in French and continental furniture of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries, old paintings, sculptures and works of art.

In 1975, at the origin of the famous Biennale des Antiquaires of Monaco, he participated until 2005 and for 18 years at the famous fair of Maastricht (TEFAAF).
In 2009, at the occasion of his 35 years of presence in Monaco, he inaugurates, in the presence of the princely family, a new section of modern art in the two spaces of his gallery.

In 2020, Gallery Ribolzi celabrated its 100th anniversary and opens its premises even more today to the new modern and contemporary artistic talents. She organizes several varied annual exhibitions where she always favors the quality of the exhibited works.

Open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10am to 12pm & from 3pm to 6pm


3/7 avenue de l’Hermitage
98000 Monaco
tel. +377 97970377

EXHIBITIONAu cœur d’un regard - Jane Gemayel20 June to 23 September 2023

Born in Canada and Monaco resident today, Jane Gemayel discovered the power of words very early on through literature and poetry, where she drew inspiration from a rich and varied creative production. Adriano Ribolzi Gallery is pleased to exhibit, once again, this talented artist under its premises.

The finenesse of her trait and the fluidity of her lines transport us with emotion in her vision of the world, sometimes poetic in her feminine representations all in curves and voluptuousness, sometimes satirical in her approach to our society with its excesses and weaknesses, but always with a glimmer of hope in the heart. Recently Jane Gemayel discovered the graphic work of Rodin. She plunges with delectation into this unknown facet of the sculptor and gives us her own reinterpretation of these delicate, strong and sensual works at the same time.

Follow Jane Gemayel “Au coeur d’un regard”