Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
London

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery was founded by London art dealer Amanda Wilkinson in 2017.

Specializing in contemporary art, artists represented include Juliette Bonneviot, Heman Chong, Jimmy DeSana, Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė, Paolo Gioli, Derek Jarman, Joan Jonas, Sung Hwan Kim, Ketty La Rocca, Jewyo Rhii, Silke Schatz, Shimabuku, Laurie Simmons, Phoebe Unwin.

Paolo Gioli

Ketty La Rocca

Juliette Bonneviot

Laurie Simmons

Annie Ratti

Phoebe Unwin

Phoebe Unwin

Derek Jarman (bio) / Angela Bulloch (banner) / Jose Leonilson (main)
Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
London

Amanda Wilkinson Gallery was founded by London art dealer Amanda Wilkinson in 2017.

Specializing in contemporary art, artists represented include Juliette Bonneviot, Heman Chong, Jimmy DeSana, Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė, Paolo Gioli, Derek Jarman, Joan Jonas, Sung Hwan Kim, Ketty La Rocca, Jewyo Rhii, Silke Schatz, Shimabuku, Laurie Simmons, Phoebe Unwin.

Paolo Gioli

Ketty La Rocca

Juliette Bonneviot

Laurie Simmons

Annie Ratti

Phoebe Unwin

Phoebe Unwin

Derek Jarman (bio) / Angela Bulloch (banner) / Jose Leonilson (main)
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    Publication
    Void
    International
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    Super Super Markt
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