Rosetti Firmenich




Rosetti Firmenich Art Advisory (RFAA) is an international advisory firm providing trusted independent expertise and specialist consulting services on art and art wealth management in all aspects of the collecting process.

With locations in London and Geneva, RFAA strategically delivers bespoke solutions to an international client base, ranging from private individuals and family offices to professional advisors, art investors, museums, institutions and corporate collections.


With a focus on Modern, Post-War and Contemporary Art, we assist in building and refining world-class fine art collections with discretion, transparency, and unconflicted advice.

Rosetti Firmenich


Specialising in all phases of the art market cycle, from acquisition, negotiation, appraisal, collection management, market analysis, through to industry intelligence, RFAA provides comprehensive advice to collectors, helping them make informed decisions to protect and maximise the value of their assets and to build a collection, both in quality and investment.

Discretion, transparency, trust and integrity are the cornerstones of our relationships with clients. Our long term experience within the art world has established the high level of our services, which include:


  • Due diligence, evaluations and market research

  • Development and collection management

  • Acquisitions and deaccessions of works

  • Shipping, logistics, insurance and installation

  • International art market analysis


Market Intelligence


Rosetti Firmenich

With a decade of experience in post-war and contemporary art sales and market expertise to draw upon, Astrid Rosetti Firmenich has been advising private and institutional clients from across the globe on collecting and art investment. Throughout the years, she has developed a network based on strong and effective relationships that extends across industries and geographies.


RFAA was established in response to a growing demand for independent and impartial advice when transacting in the art market. Astrid focuses on generating business and advising clients on acquisitions for the global Post-War and Contemporary art market.


Astrid previously held various senior management positions, such as serving as Head of Private Sales for the London office at Finarta and worked at major galleries, including Hauser & Wirth in London, Sotheby’s in Geneva and in the art collection at Deutsche Bank, overseeing art due diligence and collection management. Astrid holds a Master’s degree in Art History from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London.

Philanthropy is central to Astrid’s commitment to art. She is a Committee Member of the Firmenich Philanthropic Foundation and a Member of many renowned professional bodies including the Association of Women in the Arts (AWITA) and the Gallery Climate Coalition (GCC). In addition to this Astrid is a guest speaker at the Kingston Business School.




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