Launching in March 2017, JGM Gallery is a new space in London dedicated to exhibiting and promoting contemporary Australian Aboriginal art For its inaugural exhibition, the Gallery will present the first UK exhibition by Indigenous Australian painter, Kittey Malarvie – Kittey Malarvie: Milkwater and Luga runs from 17th March to 22rd April Malarvie’s richly layered paintings refer to the artist’s deep-seated connection to the landscape and sites of her childhood, as well as a reflection on questions pertaining to identity, memory and displacement ...Read More
Based in Battersea, JGM Gallery is London’s only dedicated space for contemporary Indigenous Australian art. JGM Gallery aims to establish a greater awareness of Aboriginal art in the UK and internationally. The Gallery works only with registered Aboriginal owned art centres across the whole of Australia, ensuring that works are ethically sourced and that local communities directly benefit.
Located in the heart of Battersea, JGM Gallery is set to become one of the cultural markers of the neighbourhood, which is already home to the Royal College of Art, Battersea Arts Centre and Battersea Power Station.