Frances Reynolds

Frances Reynolds founded Reynolds Ventures Ltd. in 2007, a boutique advisory service company, focusing on investments in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. In her thirty year career, Reynolds held positions in a range of multinational companies and in corporate advisory, notably as VP Latin America Sales at Warner Brothers and as VP at Orion Pictures. In 1992 she created Mega Distribuidora de Filmes, Brazil, a leading independent distributor of television rights for the Brazilian territory, including Buena Vista International (Disney).

Ms. Reynolds is the Founder and President of the Fundación Arte Viva in Europe and Inclusartiz Institute in Brazil, non-profit organisations which promotes cultural initiatives to bring art, culture and education closer to all sections of society. Mentioned projects range from educational programs for the public schools systems and leading international art exhibitions.

Eg: Commissioned by King Juan Carlos Spain commemorating Brazil 500th anniversary ‘Splendours of Spain: From Greco to Velazquez’, as well as contemporary art. Initiatives are tailor made addressing the target of both private and public sectors.

Reynolds is Member of the Senior Advisory Board of the Brazil Institute-School of Global Affairs, Kings College, London, and member of the Instituto de Consejeros-Administradores, Madrid.

Holds a Honours Degree in Humanities with a Major in Art History at London City University/ Open University.


Brazil’s Order of Cultural Merit from President Fernando Henrique Cardoso

La Gran Cruz de Isabel la Catolica from King Juan Carlos of Spain.

Premio de Exelencia de la Cultura, Comunidad de Madrid


International Council Member, MoMA, New York

Patron and member of the Latin American Acquisition Committee, Tate Modern, London

Patron of the Royal Academy of Arts, London

Patron Chisenhale Gallery, London

Council Member of the Serpentine Gallery, London

Patron of Gassworks, London

International Circle of the Pompidou Museum, Paris

Board member of Capacete, Rio de Janeiro

Board member of AAMAAC, Sao Paulo

International Board of SP Biennial, Sao Paulo

Intl Council of MASP, Sao Paulo

ARCOMadrid Advisory Board, Spain

Member of St James Society – Chatham House, London