Portrait of Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, by Steve COX, 2005, © Courtesy of the artist & BvR Arts Management
Eugene Barilo von Reisberg, PhD
Cand., Director of BvR Arts Management, has a combined experience
of over 25 years in the arts industry.
He has held a number of positions
in museums, art galleries, and art auction houses, and has developed
an intimate knowledge of Australian and International art and
its market trends.
Since establishing BvR Arts Management
in 2000, Barilo von Reisberg has managed a number of corporate
and private art collections; and has acted in advisory and consulting
roles to a diverse cross-section of public and commercial galleries,
auction houses, corporate and private collectors, and art foundations.
He has sourced and placed significant
artworks by prominent Australian and International artists with
the National Gallery of Australia, National Library of Australia,
National Gallery of Victoria, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery,
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and further
public, tertiary, and corporate art collections.
Barilo von Reisberg writes for
exhibitions and art auction catalogues; contributes articles
and reviews to print and web-based publications; and regularly
delivers lectures on diverse areas of art, history, and the art
His expertise on Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-73), internationally renowned nineteenth-century portrait painter, has received world-wide acknowledgement, and Barilo von Reisberg is currently engaged on a doctoral dissertation about the artist at the University of Melbourne.
© BvR Arts Management 2013