News

Welcome to our consultancy news page where you can find the latest information about our projects and the artists we are working with. 
Enjoy and feel free to explore. Thank you for reading.


Spring Highlights - April 2024
Courtesy and ©Alexandra Carr, Colin Rennie of Torus Torus Studios, Science Museum London, and Renée Pfister, 2024.
09 Apr
Spring Highlights - April 2024

May this spring season bring new beginnings and renewed hope. Welcome to our latest newsletter edition. The past few months were full of activity. We are excited to share an update with you. 

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Winter Highlights - January 2024
Renée Pfister in the Eastern Mangroves, Abu Dhabi, with one of the work made by the Farasha Collective.
09 Jan
Winter Highlights - January 2024

Welcome to our first consultancy newsletter in 2024. We hope this message finds you well-rested and ready for an extraordinary year ahead. In our Winter issue, we are presenting a several projects we have been involved with over the past few months and celebrate the launch of our new website.

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07 Jul
Summer Highlights - July 2023

Welcome to our summer newsletter. The past few months have involved extensive international travel, where I worked on numerous exciting projects

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12 Apr
Spring Highlights - April 2023

Due to our international commitments, we have been quiet with our newsletters and on our social media platforms. In our Spring issue we are presenting a few projects we have been engaged with.

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21 Dec
09 Dec
Winter Highlights - December 2022

As 2022 is soon coming to an end, we would like to draw your attention to various international and UK projects we have been involved with.

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29 Oct
A Moveable Feast - An Exhibition By Emma Witter

We are pleased to invite you to - a moveable feast - an exhibition by Emma Witter

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10 May
Spring Highlights - May 2022

Since our last consultancy newsletter, we’ve made a number of changes in our programme. In the future, there will only be four Artist in Focus newsletters and two Consultancy Highlights per year.

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02 May
Celebrating International Sculpture Day

Yesterday marked the international sculpture day 2022.

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International Sculpture Day 2022
Alexandra Carr, Solaris Nexum, 2021, two-way polycarbonate mirror, clear polycarbonate, steel, glass. 20.5m x 4.5m 4.5m.
29 Apr
International Sculpture Day 2022

For International Sculpture Day, we would like to celebrate ‘Solaris Nexum’ by publishing an essay by Alexandra Carr (first published in ‘…the lives we live’ Grangegorman Public Art book) across their online channels along with a video of the artwork.

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Urgent Ukraine Appeal
Georgia Dymock, Can't get you out of my head, 2022, digital archival print on Somerset Satin enhanced 330 gsm paper, deckled edge, H903 mm x W900 mm, edition of 100 plus 10 artist proofs, £790.
07 Apr
Urgent Ukraine Appeal

JD Malat Gallery and Georgia Dymock have released a series of limited-edition prints to coincide with Dymock’s solo exhibition Under Our Together in aid of Ukraine.

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05 Oct
Autumn Highlights - October 2021

The autumn season has arrived and after more than a year of absence a number of in-person art fairs are launching in London, Basel and Paris, along with other cultural highlights.  

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05 Aug
Summer Highlights - August 2021

With summer in full swing, we are planning for autumn. When the pandemic hit several projects we are involved in were postponed, they are now due to re-start in the up-coming months. We look forward to sharing further details with you soon.

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28 May
Triggered Economics - An Exhibition in Focus - May 2021

Covid-19 has caused global turmoil affecting economies, and many companies suffered and faltered. And as a result, the artists, Emma Witter and Jonah Pontzer, with their entrepreneurial instincts, have taken over the former office of Lintel Capital in London’s Mayfair.

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14 Apr
Spring Highlights - April 2021

After a long winter lock-down, Spring is at last on its way. We will soon enjoy the return of some activities we have missed over the past months.

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