The Exhibitionist Hotel Summer Exhibition, South Kensington

Join me tomorrow Tuesday 20th July 3pm to 8pm for the Private View of
‘Focus On The Female’ – Exhibition presented by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery during their Summer Residency at The Exhibitionist Hotel in South Kensington.


 Address: The Exhibitionist Hotel 8-10 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London SW7 2EA.

This wonderful curation had been made by women – with women – for everyone to appreciate and enjoy. An initiative supporting women artists was more than timely and important as the pandemic affected women disproportionally more than men.

Winter Curation | 16 December 2020 – 28 February 2021

Private timed appointments can be arranged via Zoom and a Viewing Room is available here.

 Photo credit: Cristina Schek

Cynthia Corbett Gallery is an international contemporary art gallery established in 2004 represents contemporary artists and is a regular exhibitor at major international contemporary art fairs. The Gallery has an annual exhibition programme in London, New York, Miami and California. We work with a number of established American, British and European artists whose works have been published and acquired by international museums and institutions including: The Related Group (Jorge Perez), Miami, Florida; 21c Museum, Louisville, Kentucky; the V&A Museum and the UK Crafts Council, London, UK.

Cynthia Corbett In Conversation with Jean Wainwright

Gallerist Cynthia Corbett in conversation with art historian and Warhol expert Jean Wainwright. Thank you for this inspiring discussion. 🙏

Jean Wainwright is an art historian, critic and curator living in London. Her areas of expertise are in contemporary art and photography, with particular reference to Andy Warhol, on whose life and works she is an internationally recognised expert. As a writer and academic she has published extensively in the contemporary arts field, contributing to numerous  catalogues and books as well as appearing on television and radio programmes (including Woman’s Hour, Today Programme, Channel Four and the BBC). Her Audio Arts Archive (begun in 1996) is still continuing and to date she has interviewed over a 1,800 international artists, makers, photographers, filmmakers and curators, 177 of her published interviews conducted for Audio Arts went online at the Tate in 2014.


Her international exhibitions include My Search for Andy Warhol’s Voice 2011 & 2012, Ship to Shore: Art and the Lure of the Sea, 2014, Gestures of Resistance, 2017, The Data Battlefield, 2017, Powerful Tides, 400 Years of Chatham and the Sea 2018, and Another Spring 2018.


Wainwright’s practice as an art critic most prominently features interviews with international artists, photographers, filmmakers and curators. Her interviews can be found in the numerous books and catalogues she has contributed to, and her work has been published extensively in the media, including Audio ArtsThe Art NewspaperThe Art Newspaper TV (for which she won an IVCA award), Art WorldThe GuardianArt Review and Hotshoe.


As a presenter and interviewer, Wainwright has covered all the major art fairs and events over the past 15 years, including Frieze (London), Art Basel in Miami and Basel, the Venice Biennale and The Armory (New York).


Wainwright has also collaborated on a number of corporate arts projects for Futurecity, including Heathrow Terminal 2 (Slipstream), Grosvenor Waterside, Gilt of Cain, Ebbsfleet Valley and BT Connected World. She is also a consultant for Quintessentially Art. She is also a committee member of Fast Forward Women in Photography.


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British Artist Deborah Azzopardi’s Playful Pop Fantasies Are Now On View In A New London Exhibition | Artnet News

The show at Cynthia Corbett Gallery is on view online and in person by appointment.

Red lips, stilettos, and comic-book-style thought bubbles define the work of artist Deborah Azzopardi, who has been infusing her works with a decidedly feminine language for over 35 years.

Now, London’s Cynthia Corbett Gallery is presenting “35 Years of Azzopardi,” a major retrospective of her work that will include a number of her most famous pictures, on sale for the first time.

The works are humorously sexualized, provocative, and full of art-historical references to Manet’s Olympia, Fragonard’s The Swing, and many other works. The artist’s recognizable style is reminiscent of Roy Lichtenstein, but her lines are more curvilinear and pointedly sensuous.

The style has won her some impassioned fans. “America has Lichtenstein, we have Azzopardi!” the art critic Estelle Lovatt once remarked. “Sometimes you just want to curl up under a blanket. With a good book. A piece of chocolate. A man. This is what Deborah Azzopardi’s pictures make me feel like doing.”

For the exhibition, Azzopardi will be donating 20 percent of the sales proceeds from a selection of works to the British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel.

See images from “35 Years of Azzopardi”.

Read full interview here.


Carry On Creativity Online Exhibition 4 May – 31 July 2020

At this time of separation and social-distancing, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery and Artsy are coming together virtually to raise much-needed funds for The Trussel Trust providing aid to the most vulnerable that are always impacted the hardest when a crisis happens. Click here to see this exclusive exhibition running 4th May – 30 June 2020. 25% of all sales will be donated to The Trussell Trust. The Trust is a nationwide network of food banks providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty as well as people suffering economic hardship in this current crisis.

I am delighted to present these two artworks: ‘Save the Date’, 2018 and ‘The Great Escape’, 2015. This is the last one available from ‘The Great Escape’.

View the online exhibition on Artsy.


‘Save the Date’ at Christie’s BFAMI Auction

British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel
Gala Dinner & Art Auction

‘Save the Date’ is now available to view at Christie’s London ( King St, SW1Y 6QT)

Event information
8 King Street
St James’s, London

24 Jan, 11am – 4pm
25 Jan, 2pm – 5pm
26 Jan, 2pm – 5pm
27 Jan, 9am – 4pm

28 Jan

Delighted to have donated this work to the BFAMI Auction, courtesy of The Cynthia Corbett Gallery. The proceeds from the sales will support multicultural projects, run by Art Museums in Israel, enabling children from underprivileged backgrounds to reveal the magic of art.

BFAMI 2020 Auction is now live and ready for online bidding. Click here to place your bid.


Photos Harrison Galgut

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A Decade of Deborah | 14 October – 14 November 2019 ⠀

A Decade of Deborah
Celebrating 10 Years of Partnership
15 October – 15 November 2019 ⠀⠀
“The art of Deborah Azzopardi is at once playful, humorous, popular, heartfelt and incredibly technically skilled. I continually ask Deborah how she has such a steady hand when composing her masterful drawings and she usually replies that her years as an illustrator for Disney gave her meticulous training as not even a line could be out of place. What is then extraordinary is how the constraints of drawing so perfectly never interfere with her unlimited imagination, subject matter and sheer joy of her painting. There is no question – she is a Pop Art Genius! “ Cynthia Corbett, Director The Cynthia Corbett Gallery​

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London Live Interview with Deborah Azzopardi

Thank you, Luke Blackall from  London Live for a great interview! Cynthia Corbett and me had the great privilege of being invited for the final London Go on London Live. Thank you all who made this possible!

The exhibition at Catto Gallery is open to the public till 29th April 2019.