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Date: Wednesday, 23 December 2020 to Sunday, 11 April 2021
Location: Via Maistra 10, 7500 St. Moritz

JD Malat Gallery is proud to present its new pop-up space in the world’s most unique Alpine Metropolis, St Moritz. From the 23rd of December 2020 to 31st of March 2021, JD Malat Gallery will bring the work of its emerging and established international artists together in an effort to highlight the dynamic cross-cultural exchange between the gallery’s diverse programme and St Moritz.

St Moritz has been a creative centre for many visionaries over the years. From the Giacometti family and the Alpine painter Giovanni Segantini, to intellectuals such as the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and the writer Thomas Mann, St Moritz has since been widely recognised as a popular space where diverse traditions and cultures meet and interact.

As a cultural hub that embraces diversity and welcomes creativity, the St Moritz pop-up space reflects the JD Malat Gallery goal to inspire and engage a diverse audience in the world of art.

‘Viewing our artists in a new context presents an exciting way of thinking about their art. While we hold solo exhibitions here in Mayfair, London, our pop-up in St Moritz will be a space dedicated to group exhibitions. Presenting our artists’ work collectively and in a new space will allow a new and creative international audience to appreciate art from across the globe.’ – Jean-David Malat, Founder.

(left), Santiago Parra, Untitled, 2020, mixed media on canvas, 170 x 117 cm; (right) Santiago Parra, Untitled , 2020, mixed media on canvas, 117 x 170 cm

(left), Santiago Parra, Untitled, 2020, mixed media on canvas, 170 x 117 cm; (centre) Santiago Parra, Untitled , 2020, mixed media on canvas, 117 x 170 cm; (right), Ed Moses, Alping, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 152.4 x 182.9 cm

 

Ed Moses, Alping, 2007, acrylic on canvas, 152.4 x 182.9 cm

 

(left), Henrik Uldalen, Luster, 2019, oil on wood, 150 x 150 cm; (centre), Hande Sekerciler, ecstasy, no:2, 2019, edition 1/6 + 1 AP, Custom made chemical patina on bronze, 83 x 44 x 22.5 cm; (right), Jean-Pierre Cassigneul, Le cerisier, 2019, oil on canvas, 130 x 97 cm

 

(left), Henrik Uldalen, Bide, 2019, oil on wood, 150 x 150 cm; (centre), Henrik Uldalen, Luster, 2019, oil on wood, 150 x 150 cm; (right), Hande Sekerciler, ecstasy, no:2, 2019, edition 1/6 + 1 AP, Custom made chemical patina on bronze, 83 x 44 x 22.5 cm

 

(left), Katrin Fridriks, Empirical Evidence – Interstellar series , 2019, acrylics on canvas, 130 x 180 cm; (right), Andy Moses, R.A.D. 1502, 2015, acrylic on polycarbonate mounted on vertical curve concave panel, 140 x 196 cm

 

(left), Masayoshi Nojo, Mirage#45, 2019, cotton on panel, acrylic, silver foil, aluminium foil, 150 x 250 cm; (right), Katrin Fridriks, Empirical Evidence – Interstellar series , 2019, acrylics on canvas, 130 x 180 cm

 

(left), Andy Moses, R.A.D. 1502, 2015, acrylic on polycarbonate mounted on vertical curve concave panel, 140 x 196 cm; (right), Andy Moses, Geodesy 1215, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 152 cm diameter

 

(left), Andy Moses, Geodesy 1215, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 152 cm diameter; (right), Katrin Fridriks, Mothernatures Starphenomena, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 x 5 cm

 

(left), Katrin Fridriks, Empirical Evidence – Interstellar series , 2019, acrylics on canvas, 130 x 180 cm; (right), Andy Moses, R.A.D. 1502, 2015, acrylic on polycarbonate mounted on vertical curve concave panel, 140 x 196 cm

 

 

 

 

 

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