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Vito Schnabel Net Worth 2022, Gallery, Bio, Age, Girlfriend, Dating, Parents, Height

Vito Schnabel Biography

Vito Schnabel is an American owner of Vito Schnabel Gallery, with 2 locations in New York and one in Switzerland, as well as the founder of ArtOfficial, the first independent online auction platform created by a gallery to offer NFT as well as digital works by internationally acclaimed artists.

Vito Schnabel Net Worth

Schnabel is estimated to have a net worth of $12 million dollars at present. Schnabel has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in. His main source of earnings is his business career. As he progresses in his career, his net worth is projected to rise.

Vito Schnabel Age

Schnabel is 36 years old as of 2022, he was born on July 27, 1986, in Brooklyn, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday every year with his family and close friends, his zodiac sign is Leo.

Year 2022 2023
Vito Schnabel Age 36 years 37 years

Vito Schnabel Height

Schnabel’s height is 5 feet 10 inches (178 cm) tall and his weight is 75 kg.

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Vito Schnabel Parents

Vito is the lovely son of artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and Jacqueline Beaurang, a designer. He was born and raised in New York City. Vito attended Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn and Columbia University for 1 year

Vito Schnabel Siblings

Schnabel was born and raised in New York City alongside his four siblings Stella Schnabel, Olmo Schnabel, Lola Schnabel, and Cy Schnabel.

Vito Schnabel Girlfriend, Wife

Schnabel is currently single as of now, he does not have any girlfriend.

Vito Schnabel Dating

Vito has been in relationships with Amber Heard (2018), Heidi Klum (2014 – 2017), Liv Tyler (2010 – 2011), and Elle Macpherson (2008). He has had an encounter with Demi Moore (Nov 2012 – Dec 2012)

Vito Schnabel Gallery

In 2013, Vito opened his first permanent gallery space in New York, in the West Village. In the year 2015, Vito Schnabel Gallery opened in St. Moritz, located in Bruno Bischofberger’s former space on through Maistra. Bischofberger, a lifelong friend and mentor to Vito, was the first gallerist to establish a space in St. Moritz in the year 1963.

The inaugural exhibition at Vito Schnabel Gallery was Urs Fischer: Bruno & Yoyo, which featured all new work as well as paid homage to the legendary dealer.

In the year 2021, Vito Gallery opened a second gallery space in New York, in the Chelsea Arts District. Vito Schnabel Gallery works with artists Like Laurie Anderson, Francesco Clemente, Jeff Elrod, Urs Fischer, Walton Ford, Jorge Galindo, Jordan Kerwick, Spencer Lewis, Caitlin Lonegan, Robert Nava, Ariana Papademetropoulos, Sterling Ruby, Tom Sachs, Julian Schnabel, Pat Steir, Gus Van Sant, as well as the estates of Dan Flavin, Ron Gorchov, Sol LeWitt, and Rene Ricard.

Vito works closely with Major Food Group, the team behind Carbone, The Grill, The Lobster Club, The Pool, Sadelle’s, ZZ’s Clam Bar, Dirty French, Santina, as well as Parm. Vito partners with them in many of their ventures, including curating the art in several of their restaurants.

In the year 2021, Vito launched ArtOfficial, the first independent online auction platform created by a gallery to offer NFT as well as digital work by internationally acclaimed artists.

Vito Schnabel Career

Vito organized his first exhibition at the age of 16, a group show in New York in the year 2003. Two years later, Vito presented a solo show of Ron Gorchov’s paintings. Gorchov’s work had not been shown in over a decade, as well as the exhibition led to a resurgent interest in the artist’s work, including a solo exhibition the following year at MoMA PS1.

Other early exhibitions presented by Vito include a show of Terence Koh’s paintings at Richard Avedon’s former studio in New York in the year 2008, several exhibitions of Rene Ricard’s paintings in New York, Los Angeles, and London, as well as an exhibition of Laurie Anderson’s paintings and drawings in New York in the year 2012.

Vito has organized several major group exhibitions in temporary exhibition settings, such as DSM-V, curated by David Rimanelli, at the Farley Post Office in New York in the year 2013, and First Show / Last Show, presented in the year 2015 at the Germania Bank Building on the Bowery, which had not been open to the public since the mid-1960s.

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