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The Amazing “Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery

If you happen to be in London in the next several weeks, be sure to visit JD Malat Gallery at 30 Davies Street in Mayfair. The prominent gallery is now hosting “Summer Exhibition 2021,” a group show featuring works by Masayoshi Nojo, Andy Moses, Katrin Fridriks, Jean-Pierre Cassigneul, Hande Şekerciler, Santiago Parra, Conrad Jon Godly, Petra Cortright, Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis, and other talented contemporary artists. The exhibition is on view at JD Malat Gallery through September 4, 2021.

“Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery

“Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery

“Summer Exhibition 2021” is mainly focused on the theme of nature. The visitors can enjoy a beautiful flower series by the American artist Petra Cortright, still lifes by the notable Irish painter Ian Cumberland, abstract renditions of nature by the Japanese artists Masayoshi Nojo and Mio Yamato, mountain paintings by the Swiss master Conrad Jon Godly, energetic artworks by the Icelandic painter Katrin Fridriks, abstract Californian landscapes by the American artist Andy Moses, and many more. The show also includes works by the celebrated American West Coast painter Ed Moses and a new cityscape by the British contemporary realist painter Darren Reid.

“Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery

Special attention should be given to the works by Santiago Parra, a talented Colombian artist known for his highly expressive, large, black-and-white abstract paintings. Santiago Parra’s art is now also on display at “Black Matter,” the artist’s solo exhibition running at JD Malat Gallery’s space in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

“Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery

Among other highlights are sarcastic narratives by the Icelandic painter Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis, figurative sculptures by the Turkish artist Hande Şekerciler, and psychologically wrought canvases by the British painter Andrew Litten.

“Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery

With “Summer Exhibition 2021,” JD Malat Gallery celebrates the full re-opening of the United Kingdom and reminds everyone of the importance of art in these uncertain times. Come see this amazing show while it is on view!

Photo courtesy of JD Malat Gallery