In 2015, Artcurial opens an office in Germany, entrusting the management to Moritz Freiherr von der Heydte. The offices are located in a historic building in the heart of a characteristic Munich antique dealer and art merchant neighbourhood.
The Munich Artcurial office hosts preliminary presentations of important pieces from future Parisian and Monegasque sales, establishing itself as an essential venue for collectors and art lovers.
In addition to the valuation days organised by the office, our specialists can meet clients at their home throughout Germany by simple appointment, all year round, for a complimentary and confidential valuations, in any of the House’s twenty-five specialities, ranging from Ancient Paintings and Drawings, Furniture and Art Objects, Books, Design or Contemporary Art.
Free & Confidential Expertises by Appointment.
MORITZ FREIHERR VON DER HEYDTEOriginally from Munich, Moritz Freiherr von der Heydte studied law in Germany, before moving to London where he completed the Art and Business course at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. A passionate art lover, he began his career at Sotheby’s London where he worked from 2006 to 2012. He took part in the implementation of the international development strategy for emerging markets and later worked as expert and deputy director in the Decorative Arts Department.
Throughout the six years, Moritz worked in close collaboration with the German offices in order to develop the business locally. In 2013, he left London for Munich where he joined the renowned antique dealer Röbbig, specialised in 18th century porcelain. Since 2015, he is leading Artcurial in Germany. Although he has developed his expertise in the classical fields of art history, his personal passion for 20th century art has allowed him to acquire a thorough knowledge of the German art market.