After studying art history at the University of Milan and the Fondazione di studi di storia dell'arte Roberto Longhi in Florence, Vera Canevazzi moved to New York, where she worked with the Chelsea Art Museum.
His passion for contemporary art became a profession with his collaboration with the Lia Rumma and Mimmo Scognamiglio galleries and with the Pecci Museum in Milan. Subsequently, she served until 2017 as director of the Cortesi Gallery (London, Lugano, Milan) since the opening of the first location in Lugano in 2012. The international scope of the gallery and the ongoing relationship with institutions, archives and artists allowed her to specialise in post World War II art.
Since 2018 she has been working as an independent art consultant and art advisor for artists, collectors, galleries, museums, publishing houses, law firms, architectural firms, private companies.
Since 2019, he has been a lecturer at the SantaGiulia Academy of Fine Arts in Brescia and a Lecturer at several masters including "Economics and Management for Art and Culture" of the 24Ore Business School; "Innovative Art Management' at the University of Pavia and 'Arts Management' at the Catholic University of Milan.
Since 2020 he has been a technical consultant (CTU) for the Court of Milan on 20th century art. In the same year he published with Franco Angeli Editore the book "Professione Art Consultant", a guide to orientate oneself in the world of art and, specifically, in the world of art consultancy.