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Nina Pandolfo visits Caudwell Children

7 November 2019

Acclaimed artist visits charity ahead of first UK exhibition The acclaimed international artist Nina Pandolfo, has visited a leading children’s charity ahead of her first solo exhibition in the UK. Nina, from Sao Paulo, in Brazil, visited Caudwell Children, the Staffordshire based charity that provides practical and emotional support...

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GRATITUDE by Nina Pandolfo in Wall Street Journal

29 October 2019

Gratitude. Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery   JD Malat Gallery is proud to present their first solo exhibition by internationally recognised artist Nina Pandolfo, best known for the wide-eyed characters who inhabit her fantastical canvasses and graffitied murals worldwide. Opening on the 8th of November 2019, Gratitude is a...

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JD Malat Gallery visits Robert Montgomery’s artist studio

13 August 2019

JD Malat Gallery visits Scottish-born and London based artist, Robert Montgomery, in his studio as he prepares for his solo exhibition ‘Shiny Colourful Amusements for the Walls of the Bourgeoisie’, opening 1st October – 2nd November 2019. Click here to read more about our upcoming solo exhibition

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8 July 2019

We are pleased to announce that JD Malat Gallery has been selected to participate in the 4th edition of Seattle Art Fair,  the leading art fair in the Pacific North West. August 1-4, 2019 Booth #: A35   Click Here to Download Online Catalogue for Seattle Art Fair Any...

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Installation of Echoes of Light at JD Malat Gallery

19 June 2019

JD Malat Gallery installs their new exhibition, ‘Echoes of Light’ by L.A based artist Andy Moses. Larry Bell, one of the most influential artists in the United State’s, has curated Moses’s magnificent new artworks. ‘Echoes of Light’ will be opening June 21st and coincides with the celebration of JD Malat Gallery’s...

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Echoes of Light- Wall Street International Magazine

12 June 2019

21 Jun — 20 Jul 2019 at JD Malat Gallery in London, United Kingdom 12 JUNE 2019 Echoes of Light. Courtesy of JD Malat Gallery Curated by Larry Bell, one of America’s most renowned and influential artists, Echoes of Light will feature a selection of concave paintings, alongside Andy’s newest circle...

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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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