Founded in 2011 by Francisco Rovira Rullán, ROBERTO PARADISE is referenced in art circles as a trailblazer, bolstering the reputations of its artists internationally; Rovira Rullán is one of the new wave of professional gallerists with art historical backgrounds, primarily concerned with cultural propagation. Since February 2014, ROBERTO PARADISE is a member of the New Art Dealers Alliance.
Since its inception, ROBERTO PARADISE has aggressively participated in the art fair circuit including Art Cologne, Dallas Art Fair, NADA Miami (three years in a row), ARCOmadrid, NADA NY (four years in row), Material Mexico (two years in a row), Expo Chicago (three years in a row), among others; cultivated transnational relationships with galleries like Andrea Rosen (NY), Josh Lilley (London) and ltd los angeles (LA) and amassed an impressive amount of press: Huffington Post, Flash Art, NY Times, Guggenheim Blogs, El País, LATimes, Modern Painters, DAZED, Art Review, Artnet, CNN, Sculpture Magazine, ABC, Artnews and Artforum, just to name a few.
Furthermore, a selection of ROBERTO PARADISE’s trajectory was featured in Phaidon’s “Art Cities of the Future: Contemporary Avant-Gardes” (2013). Museum exhibitions of his artitsts include: MCA Chicago, MOCAD Detroit, Sala Siqueiros México, Whitney Museum NY, Sculpture Center NY, Kemper Museum and MCA Santa Barbara, among others.
Just last year, ROBERTO PARADISE inaugurated Maid’s Room, the gallery’s new project space. Maid’s Room opens only at night.