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Urban Scene- Wall Street International Magazine

23 April 2019

Li Tianbing alludes to “the living dilemma” and the humanitarian crisis as his inspirations behind “URBAN SCENE.” His fascination with the forces of conflict and confrontation have fuelled this attempt at discussing what he refers to as the human’s living condition. Bing’s diverse cultural background and experiences have informed...

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JD Malat Gallery to participate in ZONA MACO 2019

31 January 2019

We are pleased to announce that JD Malat Gallery has been selected to participate in the 17th edition of ZonaMaco, the leading art fair in Mexico and, now, the biggest art fair in Central and South America. Click here to download Press Release Click here to download the ZONAMACO...

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Artist Conrad Jon Godly On His Upcoming Exhibition In London- Forbes

21 January 2019

Celebrated Swiss painter, Conrad Jon Godly shows for the first time in the U.K. with his show entitled, To See is Not to Speak at Mayfair’s prestigious JD Malat Gallery running from Friday 25 January till early March. Conrad Jon Godly Consisting of 15 pieces, the artwork certainly vibes both the abstract and the hyperreal,...

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To see is not to speak- Wall Street International Magazine

11 January 2019

The exhibition’s 15 extraordinary pieces expertly straddle both abstract and hyperreal, with photo-realistic mountains which drip from the canvas. Up close, viewers can enjoy Conrad’s thick and heavy impasto marks, with frosty oils mixed with turpentine and his trademark wide, sculptural brushstrokes. But step back, and you might be...

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Robert Montgomery: The City in Their Echo – Aspen Art Museum

3 January 2019

Rooting his practice in an avant-garde tradition similar to the Situationists, Robert Montgomery makes work exclusively for the public. Originally co-opting commercial billboards, the artist flipped the platform on its head to trigger our imaginations—away from consumer-oriented society and toward a more earnest, hopeful direction. His poetic interventions are...

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London Live – Interview with Santiago Parra

16 November 2018

London debut for Columbian artist  Santiago Parra has his first UK solo exhibition at JD Malat Gallery in Mayfair. Black and white are the only colours that Columbian artist will use. He draws inspiration from the abstract expressionists of the 1950s and compares his bold powerful works to automatic writing. The...

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The Dark Arts Of Henrik Uldalen- Forbes

12 November 2018

It’s clear that London-based Norwegian artist, Henrik Uldalen deals in figurative paintings (and very good ones at that), but they’re updated with a contemporary disposition. Dark, ethereal, sublime, otherworldly and other such words spring to mind on first viewing his work. The pieces have a hypnotizing and bewitching quality, and this...

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Santiago Parra – Wall Street International Magazine

8 November 2018

In the show, Parra’s 14 abstract pieces accomplish the ideal of Automatic Painting; authentically expressing himself in that precise moment and eliminating deliberation, composition and image construction in favour of pure impulse, speed and the energy of a single, honest brushstroke, which is never retouched. Before his art education...

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Mirror of Darkness a Solo Exhibition by Zümrütoglu

5 September 2018

Celebrated Turkish artist, Zümrütoğlu is bringing his first UK exhibition to Mayfair’s JD Malat Gallery from the 1st of October until the 11th November. The solo show, entitled Mirror of Darkness, is inspired by the fear and barbarism in novelist Joseph Conrad’s work, and is Zümrütoğlu’s personal Heart of...

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