News tagged with: Upcoming Exhibitions

Mimmo Rotella: The Urban Poet

16 November 2022

Mimmo Rotella, Blade, 2005, Collage on Canvas, 56 1/8 x 40 1/2 in, 142.5 x 103 cm   Mimmo Rotella is widely regarded as one of the most important post-war European artists. His décollage technique is the ideal illustration of the evolution of Italian art over time and acts...

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Hans Kotter: Transformation

26 October 2022

Installation shots ‘Transformation’ by Hans Kotter | 2022 | Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery   JD Malat Gallery is delighted to present “Transformation,” a solo exhibition by world-renowned light artist Hans Kotter. On view from 10 November 2022 until 10 December 2022, the gallery space invites visitors to immerse...

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Georg Óskar: After the Punch

20 October 2022

  Installation shots ‘After the Punch’ by Georg Óskar in New York | 2022 | Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery   JD Malat Gallery is thrilled to announce After the Punch, the debut exhibition in New York City by Georg Óskar (b. 1985), an internationally recognised Berlin-based artist from...

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Tega Tafadzwa: RWENDO – WHICH MEANS JOURNEY

20 September 2022

Installation shots ‘Rwendo – Which Means Journey’ by Tega Tafadzwa | 2022 |Courtesy of  JD Malat Gallery   JD Malat Gallery is thrilled to present the first solo exhibition by Tega Tafadzwa RWENDO – WHICH MEANS JOURNEY, curated in collaboration with Africa First and on view at JD Malat...

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Santiago Parra: Unconscious

8 August 2022

Installation shots ‘Unconscious’ by Santiago Parra, New York | 2022 | Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery   There is a moment in this intense concentration where consciousness shuts down giving way to the unconscious mind, in this moment I enter a trance and begin to paint, it is only...

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Ferus: A Visual Conversation

26 July 2022

Installation Shots ‘Ferus: A Visual Conversation’ | 2022 | Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery   JD Malat Gallery is thrilled to announce the historic group show Ferus: A Visual Conversation which will showcase never before seen artworks by Billy Al Bengston (b.1934) , John Altoon (1925 – 1969), Ed...

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Woman, Empowered

27 May 2022

  Installation shots ‘Woman, Empowered’ Group Show | 2022 | Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery JD Malat Gallery is pleased to present Woman, Empowered our first exhibition featuring an all female selection of artists, from 8 June – 9  July, 2022. The exhibition will display an eclectic range of...

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Ming Ying: Society Acts I – IV

25 April 2022

  Installation shots ‘Society Acts: I-V’ by Ming Ying | 2022 | Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery   JD Malat Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition Society: Acts I – IV by emerging Chinese artist Ming Ying, from 11 May to 6 June, 2022. Ming’s work...

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Kojo Marfo: Gatekeepers of Heritage

1 April 2022

JD Malat Gallery is proud to announce the upcoming solo exhibition Gatekeepers of Heritage by London-based Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo. The show presents a vibrant new body of paintings, marking his return to the dynamic art scene in New York. As a teenager in the 1990s, Marfo moved to Brooklyn,...

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Ed Moses: California Cool

18 March 2022

          JD Malat Gallery is delighted to introduce the solo exhibition California Cool by Ed Moses, open from 13 April to 7 May, 2022. The exhibition will feature new, unseen works by the legendary late artist. As a central figure in the LA art scene,...

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Andrew Litten: Fragile Together

26 April 2021

Ventriloquist, 2021, oil on canvas, 74 4/5 × 66 9/10 in . (190 × 170 cm) (left), Father And Child, 2021, epoxy clay, 26 2/5 × 13 4/5 × 6 7/10 in. (67 × 35 × 17 cm), (right), Liminal Stage, 2021, oil on canvas, 74 4/5 × 110 1/5...

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ST MORITZ POP-UP

21 December 2020

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...

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‘Atonal Drift’ Zümrütoğlu

2 March 2020

Mirror for a Civilian Perspective, 2017, oil on canvas, 200cm      (left),  Noone’s Dream, 2020, oil on canvas, 225 x 300 cm, (centre),  Noone’s Gaze, 2020, oil on canvas, 225 x 185cm, (right),  I sell oil, I sell honey, my master died, now I must sell them I,...

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