Date: Wednesday, 24 July 2019 to Saturday, 28 September 2019
Location: 30 Davies Steet, W1K 4NB
JD Malat Gallery is pleased to announce our 2019 Summer Exhibition. As we bring our 7th solo exhibition to a close, our summer collection will carry a breath of fresh air through Mayfair with a selection of artworks by our talented artists, opening 24th July 2019.
Having launched in June 2018, JD Malat Gallery opened in Mayfair to much acclaim, showcasing the strongest artworks our artists have to offer. The 2019 Summer Exhibition will consist of a collection of diverse artworks by the artists on our gallery’s programme, highlighting the strength and originality we have shown throughout our first year.
We are excited to announce that brand new works by Santiago Parra, Henrik Uldalen, Mio Yamato and Masayoshi Nojo will be displayed for the first time. Alongside this, there will be works by more of the gallery’s esteemed artists, including Zümrütoğlu, Katrin Fridriks and Andy Moses, who have all presented highly praised solo exhibitions at JD Malat Gallery over the past 12 months, marking a triumphant return to the gallery’s exhibition space.
The group exhibition will bring a truly international experience to London, featuring artists from all over the globe. The show will combine our artists unique perspective on creativity, who are driven by the ambition to continually break artistic boundaries, and produce innovative and compelling art. From the politically charged portraits of world leaders by Chinese artist, Li Tianbing, to the atmospheric and ethereal mountainous landscapes by Conrad Jon Godly, this exhibition is guaranteed to stimulate its audience in every sense and emotion.
Whilst the exhibition’s main focus will be on newly and recently created works, JD Malat Gallery is thrilled to reveal exclusive masterpieces created in the 20th Century by renowned artists such as Marlene Dumas and Enrico Castellani. By the same token, the 2019 Summer Exhibition signifies the exciting beginnings of a new relationship with Irish artist, Ian Cumberland, whose realist mixed-media works will be introduced to the gallery’s audience for the very first time. Bringing together a stream of techniques, approaches and artistic objectives, this exhibition is a celebration of the diversity JD Malat Gallery’s programme has to offer.
JD Malat Gallery is honoured to be located in one of the world’s leading capitals. Not only is London one of the major cities in the art scene, it is thriving with culture and we are privileged to contribute to the city’s art history in the heart of Mayfair. Join us this Summer for a truly unforgettable experience of contemporary art.
Summer Exhibition 2019 at JD Malat Gallery
Wednesday 24th July – Saturday 28th September 2019
JD Malat Gallery, 30 Davies Street, Mayfair W1K 4NB