Summer 2021 is gradually tailing off. If you want to spend the last days of the warmest season in total harmony with yourself and the world, come visit “Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery in London. The group show features works by a number of talented artists working in different styles and is dedicated to the full re-opening of the United Kingdom. The exhibition is on view at the gallery through September 4, 2021.
“Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery
“Summer Exhibition 2021” is an ode to the beauty of art and its importance in the COVID-driven world. From Californian landscapes and iconic mountains to the cityscapes, the art exhibit explores the themes of nature, environment, art, and their unique combination. Visitors have an opportunity to see works by Ian Cumberland, Anotherview, Petra Cortright, Wesley George, Jean-Pierre Cassigneul, Georg Óskar Giannakoudakis, Katrin Fridriks, and many other notable contemporary artists.
The selection of artworks is so diverse that probably anyone can find something close to their heart. If you prefer classical art, you will most likely want to look at two new still lifes by Ian Cumberland and flower paintings by Petra Cortright. By contrast, it pays to get acquainted with the abstract works by Mio Yamato and Masayoshi Nojo, two talented Japanese artists who depict nature in remarkably unconventional ways.
It is also worth exploring black-and-white abstract paintings by the Colombian artist Santiago Parra. You might even want to visit the artist’s solo exhibition “Black Matter” that is on display at JD Malat Gallery’s pop-up space in St. Moritz, Switzerland, through September 12, 2021.
London is calling! Make time to visit this miraculous city and the amazing “Summer Exhibition 2021” at JD Malat Gallery. Unforgettable summer vibes and spiritual unity with nature are guaranteed!