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‘ecstasy’ by Hande Şekerciler at CerModern Museum

3 March 2021

We are pleased to present the solo exhibition ’ecstasy’ by leading female sculptor Hande Şekerciler. On display at the CerModern museum from 3 March until 20 April 2021, ‘ecstasy’ presents an important axis for contemplating the human ‘self’ in a contemporary age. The exhibition displays the nude form, as...

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Artnet – ‘Cool School’ Artist Ed Moses’s Abstract Paintings Bring Bright California Color to London in a New Gallery Show

19 February 2021

The show was organized with help from the artist’s son Andy Moses. Katie White, February 18, 2021 Ed Moses, Edward #2(2008). Courtesy of JD Malat. The quintessentially Californian artist Ed Moses deemed himself “a mutator.” The moniker was intended to describe his ever-evolving style, but it also captures something of the semi-psychedelic...

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FAD: ‘Wandering Intuition’ by Henrik Aa. Uldalen

21 January 2021

HENRIK ULDALEN Muda, 2020 Oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm courtesy of JD Malat Gallery Wandering Intuition, a solo exhibition by leading figurative artist Henrik Aa. Uldalen. Presented on JD Malat Gallery’s virtual exhibition platform, PARALLEL, Wandering Intuition consists of Uldalen’s most experimental body of work to date. Created during the residency project Arthouse...

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28 December 2020

We are pleased to announce our new pop-up space in St. Moritz is now open! Our pop-up space will bring the work of our international artists together in an effort to highlight the dynamic cross-cultural exchange between the JD Malat Gallery programme and St. Moritz. St. Moritz has been...

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Metal Magazine: Kojo Marfo, A Mirror To Society

16 December 2020

Afro-Expressionist and visual artist Kojo Marfo talks to us about his love for art as a place to find solace, and as a medium in which to portray vital messages. We discuss those who have inspired him, and the aims of his art going forward, on both a personal and wider...

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GowithYamo | Hande Şekerciler ‘ecstasy’

1 December 2020

ecstasy exhibition space 2020 JD Malat Gallery recently launched ecstasy, an exhibition of digital sculptures by Hande Şekerciler hosted on their virtual platform PARALLEL. Hande Şekerciler is a Turkish artist known for the progressive nature of her practice, which fuses digital technology and traditional sculptural techniques. For ecstasy, the...

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Online auction: Henrik Uldalen in aid of The Felix Project

16 November 2020

JD Malat Gallery is honoured to announce its upcoming online auction of a commissioned portrait by leading figurative painter Henrik Aa. Uldalen, in aid of the food redistribution charity, The Felix Project. By donating the proceeds to The Felix Project, we hope to help tackle issues of food poverty...

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Wall Street International Magazine: NEVERTHELESS

5 November 2020

Conrad Jon Godly, Nevertheless. Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery The beauty of nature is unsurpassable. Nature is the essence, the source and the inspiration to create. (Conrad Jon Godly) JD Malat Gallery is pleased to present Nevertheless, a solo exhibition bringing together a new body of work from Swiss...

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Wall Street International: Zümrütoğlu Atonal Drift

27 October 2020

9 Oct — 14 Nov 2020 at the JD Malat Gallery in London, United Kingdom JD Malat Gallery is honoured to present Atonal Drift, a new body of work by leading Turkish artist, Zümrütoğlu (b. 1970). Atonal Drift brings together Zümrütoğlu’s highly expressive paintings and sculptures in an attempt to demonstrate...

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TREBUCHET – Conrad Jon Godly: Nevertheless

26 October 2020

Godly’s second show at JD Malat Gallery represents a return to the artist’s favourite subject matter: the awe, terror, beauty, and suspense of the mountains. JD Malat Gallery present Nevertheless, a solo exhibition of new work from Swiss artist Conrad Jon Godly. The show represents a return to the artist’s favourite subject matter:...

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‘Presence In Absence’ by Ian Cumberland – Opening

11 September 2020

‘Presence in Absence’ by Ian Cumberland is officially open! From 7 September until 5 October 2020, ‘Presence in Absence’ consists of installations that utilise portraits as part of a multi-part tableau, establishing a dialogue between objects. Cumberland’s works involve an assemblage of theatrical objects, adding abnormal touches and unsettling...

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TREBUCHET – Ian Cumberland: Presence in Absence

21 August 2020

Best known for his hyperrealist portraits of isolated subjects in detailed interiors, Cumberland explores themes of mass media culture, surveillance and the notion of the human self. JD Malat Gallery announces Presence in Absence, a solo exhibition by Irish artist Ian Cumberland. The artist, best known for his hyperrealist...

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