Mignoni Gallery, based in New York, specializes in works by prominent European & American post war artists with a focus on minimalism.
The gallery advises institutions and private clients in acquiring works by a renowned group of artists including Alexander Calder, Donald Judd, Rudolf Stingel, Ed Ruscha, John Chamberlain, Adolph Gottlieb, Lucio Fontana, and Andy Warhol, among others.
In addition, the gallery presents two to three high-quality exhibitions a year. Its inaugural exhibition was Progressions by Donald Judd (2017).
Fernando Mignoni founded the gallery in 2017. Previously at Christie’s London for nearly a decade, he left as Director of the Contemporary Art Department in 2007 to join his family’s gallery, Galeria Elvira Gonzalez, Madrid. From 2007 to 2017, he ran the secondary market program both at the gallery and art fairs. He also organized shows by Donald Judd (2009), John Chamberlain (2010), Alexander Calder (2010), Dan Flavin/Donald Judd (2013), and Robert Mangold (2017). Mignoni is an expert in the work of Donald Judd, Agnes Martin, Alexander Calder, Robert Mangold, Lucio Fontana, and Eduardo Chillida.