Summer Exhibition 2022

25 July - 3 September 2022
  • Summer Exhibition 2022

  • JD Malat Gallery is delighted to present its Summer Exhibition of 2022 featuring artworks by Andrew Litten, Andy Moses, Ed Moses, Conrad Jon Godly, Zümrütoğlu, Georgia Dymock, Georg Óskar, Katrin Fridriks, Luis Olaso, Masayoshi Nojo, Mio Yamato, Prince Obasi, Santiago Parra, Wesley George and Kojo Marfo. Building a visual conversation between the artists, the selected pieces are displayed in a coherent manner which allows the viewer to explore the abstract and figurative interpretations of the human body and the natural world.
    • Luis Olaso, Composition for Monstera and a circle, 2021
      Luis Olaso, Composition for Monstera and a circle, 2021
    • Luis Olaso, Composition for still life with sunflower, 2021
      Luis Olaso, Composition for still life with sunflower, 2021
    • Luis Olaso, Composition for two sunflowers and a bottle, 2022
      Luis Olaso, Composition for two sunflowers and a bottle, 2022
    • Andy Moses, Geodynamics 1704, 2020
      Andy Moses, Geodynamics 1704, 2020
    • Andy Moses, Nocturne 1601, 2021
      Andy Moses, Nocturne 1601, 2021
    • Ed Moses, #1 Boy, 2016
      Ed Moses, #1 Boy, 2016
    • Prince Obasi, UNTITLED 3, 2022
      Prince Obasi, UNTITLED 3, 2022
    • Prince Obasi, UNTITLED 1, 2022
      Prince Obasi, UNTITLED 1, 2022
    • Prince Obasi, UNTITLED 4, 2022
      Prince Obasi, UNTITLED 4, 2022
    • Ed Moses, Untitled, 2016
      Ed Moses, Untitled, 2016
    • Santiago Parra, Untitled, 2022
      Santiago Parra, Untitled, 2022
    • Erdogan Zumrutoglu, Noone's Dream, 2020
      Erdogan Zumrutoglu, Noone's Dream, 2020
    • Mio Yamato, Repetition Red (44) Dot, 2016
      Mio Yamato, Repetition Red (44) Dot, 2016
    • Katrin Fridriks, The Nobel Astral Soul Keepers, 2021
      Katrin Fridriks, The Nobel Astral Soul Keepers, 2021
    • Katrin Fridriks, Ultime Spark of Divinity - God Mind, 2021
      Katrin Fridriks, Ultime Spark of Divinity - God Mind, 2021
    • Conrad Jon Godly, DARK IS LIGHT, Nr. 83, 2018
      Conrad Jon Godly, DARK IS LIGHT, Nr. 83, 2018
    • Masayoshi Nojo, Mirage#43, 2019
      Masayoshi Nojo, Mirage#43, 2019
    • Kojo Marfo, Matriarchal Dynasty, 2019
      Kojo Marfo, Matriarchal Dynasty, 2019
    • Henrik Uldalen, Wane, 2019
      Henrik Uldalen, Wane, 2019
    • Henrik Uldalen, Trace , 2019
      Henrik Uldalen, Trace , 2019
    • Wesley George, Grace, 2021
      Wesley George, Grace, 2021
    • Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis, Das Kapital , 2021
      Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis, Das Kapital , 2021
    • Andrew Litten, The Clouds, 2020
      Andrew Litten, The Clouds, 2020
    • Darren Reid, Pacific Coast Highway, 2021
      Darren Reid, Pacific Coast Highway, 2021