Tiziana Serretta is an Italian gallerist and collector specialising in 20th-century fine art jewellery and vintage fashion.
She has extensive experience in the realms of art, fashion, design and the development of cutting-edge exhibitions. A native of Italy, Mrs. Serretta holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Gonzaga Institute in Palermo and a degree in Law from the University of Palermo. She has worked as an educator, museum and gallery curator, and consultant to various fashion and arts media in her native country, and has also served as a Professor at the University of Palermo for eight years.
In 1992 she established her own art gallery, the Tiziana Serretta Fiorentino Gallery, and worked as the gallery’s director and curator until 2006, all the while fostering relationships with artists and designers. Concurrently while managing this Palermo-based gallery, Mrs. Serretta completed numerous independent curatorial and consultation projects across Italy, contributing to the development of cultural exhibits, art shows, and prominent fashion designers’ collections. In 2005 she moved to London, England, where she served as the director and curator for a gallery named after and dedicated to the late fashion icon and editor Diana Vreeland.
Most recently, in 2013, Tiziana Serretta founded a Panama-based company, which aims to spread the culture of America Latina globally through unique events and one-of-a-kind collaborations with emerging international artist and designers in collaboration with cultural institutions and museums.