Amalia Dayan co-founded Luxembourg & Dayan gallery in 2009, which operates in New York and London and specializes in Postwar art. The gallery has staged monographic shows of artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Domenico Gnoli, Alberto Burri, César, Alberto Giacometti, Richard Prince, Jeff Koons, and Alex Da Corte, among others. Major thematic shows include “Grisaille” (2011), “Not So Still Life” (2014), and “The Ends of Collage” (2017).
Among her previous positions, Dayan was director of sales at Gagosian, Contemporary art specialist at Phillips, de Pury & Luxembourg, and director at Deitch Projects.
Dayan graduated from Tel Aviv University and holds a Masters in Art and Business from NYU. Over the past two decades she has collaborated with some of the most prestigious public and private collections in the world specializing in Postwar art.