JGM Gallery office. Pictured (wall) Kent Morris 'Sulphur Crested Cockatoo’ archival print; (floor) Owen Bullett, ‘Boulder Stools’, cast rubber and red wood.

JGM Gallery office. Pictured (wall) Kent Morris 'Sulphur Crested Cockatoo’ archival print; (floor) Owen Bullett, ‘Boulder Stools’, cast rubber and red wood.

JGM Gallery is an exhibition platform for enriching contemporary art.

In 2017, following her successful years as a private dealer trading as JGM Art, Jennifer Guerrini Maraldi opened JGM Gallery. JGM Art is established as the most distinguished source of contemporary Australian Indigenous art in the United Kingdom. Its agenda is to create greater awareness of significant contemporary Australian Aboriginal art, both in the UK and internationally.

JGM Gallery builds from JGM Art to provide an exhibition platform for great contemporary art irrespective of origin. JGM Gallery is located on Howie Street, at the centre of  the new cultural heart of Battersea, home to the Royal College of Art, Vivienne Westwood Studios, Foster & Partners, and The Battersea Power Station.

Make Me a Sacrifice, JGM Gallery, December - January 2019

Make Me a Sacrifice, JGM Gallery, December - January 2019

Cover images: Alice Wilson ‘Dallas’ 2019, softwood, brass, plaster, paint and tree stump, 135 x 43 x 59cm; JGM Gallery, 2019; Peggy Griffiths ‘Larrgen’ 2016, natural ochre on canvas, 180 x 150cm; Ralph Anderson ‘Little Quirk’ 2019, acrylic on aluminium, 60 x 90cm; Bob Gibson ‘Patjanta’ 2017, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 146cm.