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Galerie 10

St. Moritz

Galerie 10

St. Moritz

JD  Malat  Gallery  is  proud  to  present  its  new  pop-up  space  in  the  world’s  most  unique Alpine  Metropolis,  St  Moritz.  This  Winter,  JD  Malat  Gallery  will  bring  the  work  of  its emerging  and  established  international  artists  together  in  an  effort  to  highlight  the dynamic  cross-cultural  exchange  between  the  gallery’s  diverse  programme  and  St Moritz.

As  a  cultural  hub  that  embraces  diversity  and  welcomes  creativity,  the  St  Moritz  pop-up space  reflects  the  JD  Malat  Gallery  goal  to  inspire  and  engage  a  diverse  audience  in  the world  of art.  

For  the  first  time,  St  Moritz  will  see  the  work  of  leading  artists,  such  as  the  Colombian abstract  expressionist  Santiago  Parra,  the  Ghanaian  figurative  painter  Kojo  Marfo,  as  well as  American abstract  painter Andy  Moses  and  Turkish sculptor Hande Sekerciler. The  pop-up space will  also  present  the  work of  artists  who are  already in  prominent Swiss collections.  The  widely  known  Swiss  painter  of  mountains,  Conrad  Jon  Godly,  the Icelandic  artist  Katrin  Fridriks  and  the  leading  Post-War  West  Coast  abstract  painter  Ed Moses  will  be  shown  collectively.  Also  returning  to  Switzerland  is  the  work  of  leading figurative  painters  Jean-Pierre  Cassigneul  and  Henrik  Uldalen.

By  bringing  each  artist’s  creative  perspective  to  St  Moritz,  JD  Malat  Gallery  hopes  to strengthen  the  dialogue  between  international  artists  and  make  evident  the  connective and  encompassing  force of art. JD  Malat  Gallery  specialises  in  contemporary  art  and  champions  a  broad  spectrum  of emerging  and  international  contemporary  artists.

 For interviews, images  and  comment, please contact: press@jdmalat.com

info@galerie-10.ch

 

 

 

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  • Painting
Contacts
0041 79 954 76 27
0041 79 882 70 80
Via Maistra 10
7500 St. Moritz

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