Art Gallery
About Us




Formed in 2010, Buratti Gallery is dedicated to showing the finest in Australian and International modern and contemporary works of art. The gallery combines a program of new work from exhibiting artists, a number of specially curated exhibitions of important secondary market works, and larger exhibitions which are curated for specific public institutions. Complementing the exhibition program is an extensive range of publications through it’s in-house print division to further the education and engagement for local collectors and organisations.

Over the past ten years,  the business has developed into specialist exhibition consultancy delivering world-class event concepts to museums and institutions across the Asia-pacific region, working on a number of major touring exhibitions featuring local and international work at venues such as Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, S.H Ervin Gallery, Devonport Regional Gallery and Orange Regional Gallery as well as supporting and partnering on major projects at the Venice Biennale, City Gallery Wellington NZ and New York University.



Gallery Director, Robert Buratti has worked as an art dealer nationally and internationally for over 20 years specialising in artist and collection management, arts writing and curation. After studying visual arts, literature, culture and psychology at Macquarie University, he went on to a Master of Arts Administration at the College of Fine Arts, Sydney.


He has curated exhibitions at a number of institutions including S.H Ervin Gallery, The National Trust of Australia, Devonport Regional Gallery, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery,  as well as consulting on exhibitions at the Venice Biennale, City Gallery Wellington and New York University, amongst many others. He was appointed curator of the City of Armadale, and the Minnawarra Art Awards, one of West Australia's most significant and longest running art awards. 


Robert is a Past President of the Friends of the Art Gallery of WA, Past Editor of Artifacts Magazine (Art Gallery of WA), a member and past patron of The Blake Society, and his writing has been published in Artist Profile magazine, Australian Art Review, Raw Vision (NY), Missoolsidae (Korea) and The Australian newspaper.