VP/Director, Contemporary Art | Modern & Contemporary Art

Angelo Madrigale joined Doyle in 2011 as Registrar for the Paintings Department. He is currently the Director of Contemporary Art at Doyle.

In 2012, Angelo was the specialist for Doyle’s inaugural Street Art auction, the first sale in the United States devoted to Street Art and Graffiti. This auction introduced the work of many Street Art and Graffiti artists to the auction market, and set world auction records for Margaret Kilgallen, Revok, How & Nosm and many others. Angelo is the Specialist in charge of the Contemporary works in Doyle New York’s semiannual auctions of Post-War & Contemporary Art, which showcase works by established artists alongside the works of emerging Contemporary, Street Art and Graffiti artists. The success of this strategy is evidenced by the auction records regularly achieved for such artists as Martin Wong, Boaz Vaadia and Will Fowler, among many others.

Born in Delaware, Angelo was raised in Pennsylvania, where his father worked in Design and Development at Knoll on projects with such designers as Robert Venturi and Joe D'Urso. Angelo grew up immersed in art and design, beginning with private tutoring in fine art and musical percussion at age eight. At age nine, Angelo starred in the New World Pictures film, Time of Tears, which was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 1987. He would later record and tour nationally in several rock and jazz bands throughout the 1990s and 2000s, which led to a recording contract with Warner Bros in Japan.

In 2005, Angelo and his wife, Lisa, opened Metropolis Gallery in Pennsylvania, which showcased works by emerging Contemporary Artists together with Modern and Contemporary Design. The gallery was named one of the world’s “Top 100 Galleries” by Juxtapoz Magazine in 2010.

Angelo earned a BFA in Related Arts from Kutztown University. He was also an adjunct Professor at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, where he created and taught the courses, Understanding the Global Contemporary Art Market and The Business of Art.

Featured Story

Richard Hambleton

Angelo Madrigale profiles the godfather of Street Art whose legendary Shadowmen influenced a generation of New York artists.

CRASH in the Bronx!

Doyle commissions an original mural from Bronx Street artist CRASH for the façade of our new warehouse in the Port Morris section of the Bronx.

DoyleNext: Contemporary Collector

Doyle + Artsy present the second in the Contemporary Collector series of online-only auctions featuring works by Shepard Fairey, Yayoi Kusama, Bert Stern, Maurizio Cattelan and other established and emerging artists.

The Art of Spider-Man

Angelo Madrigale profiles the first ever exhibition of original Spider-Man artwork currently on view at the Society of Illustrators in New York.


Angelo Madrigale gives us a preview of TEFAF New York Spring, which features 93 international exhibitors showcasing modern and contemporary art and design.

Middle Eastern Modern

The May 10 auction of Post-War & Contemporary Art offers a fascinating group of works by notable Modern painters from the Middle East.

Whitney Biennial 2017

Angelo Madrigale gives us a preview of the much-anticipated exhibition that opens today at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

The Estate of Artist Ronnie Cutrone

Andy Warhol’s right hand from 1972 until 1982 and an exceptional artist in his own right, Ronnie Cutrone was an influential, and beloved, figure in New York’s downtown art scene. Specialist Angelo Madrigale profiles this seminal artist who mentored an entire generation of post-Pop New York artists.