Véronique de Lavenne
founded Moving Art in 2011, with over 20 years of experience in the art business as gallery director, curator, consultant and expert in modern and contemporary art.
From 2012 to 2015, Véronique de Lavenne managed Marlborough Gallery in Monaco, where she supervised exhibitions of art by Tom Otterness, Roberto Barni, Julio Larraz, Manolo Valdes, Richard Estes, Fernando Botero, Titouan Lamazou, David Rodriguez Caballero, Ben, Davide Benati, Mike Bouchet and Paul McCarthy, Ahmet Gunestekin, Grisha Bruskin, Carlos Cruz-Diez.
From 2011 to 2012, she was the head of contemporary art education within the Art Business Department at IESA (Paris Institute of Superior Art Studies). She furthermore, as a consultant, led conferences and organized art gallery visits, as well as appointments at auction sales, art fairs and artist studios.
She holds a Master’s degree in art history from the University of Paris X and a diploma in contemporary arts mediation from Le Magasin, National Center of Contemporary Art in Grenoble. She is a member of Club Féminin Pluriel and Monaco Project for the Arts.
Between 1993 and 2011, Véronique de Lavenne oversaw exhibitions, sales and communications at Maeght Gallery in Paris. She also organized a number of exhibitions and private events at the Maeght Foundation in St. Paul.