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JD Malat Gallery x W1 Curates

4 January 2022

JD Malat Gallery & W1 Curates transform Flannels London into an exhibition celebrating the work of Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo JD Malat Gallery is proud to collaborate with public art platform W1 Curates London to create a monumental display of the work of Kojo Marfo.   The collaboration will...

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13 December 2021

Henrik Uldalen: Love in Exile @ JD Malat Gallery A face appears to dissolve into air in a brilliant figurative painting by Henrik Uldalen. I’ve been following his work for years and this feels like his strongest, and darkest, show to date. He’s clearly influenced by the Old Masters...

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Dr Alison Smith in conversation with Henrik Uldalen | JD Malat Gallery

24 November 2021

Dr Alison Smith, the Chief Curator of the National Portrait Gallery, in conversation with artist Henrik Uldalen. Their discussion explores the process and inspiration behind Uldalen’s current exhibition ‘Love in Exile’ (18 November 2021 – 8 January 2022).   Watch our Youtube video here   Read more about Dr...

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Collectors Agenda: In the Studio | Kojo Marfo, London

15 November 2021

»Anyone can paint but it’s the stories behind the images I create that matter most to me.«   Kojo Marfo is a London-based artist whose paintings tell stories that pose universal questions. He combines the Akan iconography he grew up around in Ghana with Western references from his time...

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JD Malat Project presents ha:ar: Electric Mannerism

28 September 2021

ha:ar, Impossible Sculptures No. 20, Computer Generated Image (CGI), 140x70cm, lightbox, 2021   How does reinterpreting the past through the lens of the present help us understand our own times? Faced with the postmodernist loss of reference points, we reconnect with our past to orientate ourselves, bridging our vision...

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CNN’s Africa Avant-Garde featuring Kojo Marfo | JD Malat Gallery

29 July 2021

In the latest episode of Africa Avant-Garde, CNN International meets some of the continent’s most experimental contemporary artists. Ghanaian artist Kojo Marfo, features alongside Nigerian artist Victor Ehikhamenor, Moroccan visual artist SafaaMazirh and South African artist Penny Siopis. Watch the video to hear Kojo Marfo’s story and learn more...

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GQ – Andrew Litten’s first London solo show is worth the wait

Andrew Litten’s acid-toned, emotionally charged paintings were such a hit at JD Malat’s open call exhibition, Isolation Mastered, that the gallery in London’s Mayfair offered the self-taught artist a one-man show. Conceived as a response to the Covid-19 crisis, with the aim of providing support for emerging artists during the...

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Hande Şekerciler at Mayfair Sculpture Trail 2021

2 June 2021

JD Malat Gallery is delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting one of celebrated Turkish artist Hande Şekerciler’s sculptures in the North-East section of Grosvenor Square during the Mayfair Sculpture Trail, 2 – 27 June 2021. The Mayfair Sculpture Trail is a new addition to the annual Mayfair Art Weekend....

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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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