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Jennifer Guerrini Maraldi joins FANZA board

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We are delighted to welcome Jennifer Guerrini Maraldi to the board of FANZA. 

Jennifer is a leading specialist in the art of First Nations Australians. Following her years as a private dealer, where she exhibited regularly at The Saatchi Gallery and Masterpiece London, she founded JGM Gallery (London) in 2017. 

Born in Melbourne, Jennifer was the owner and director of the Powell Street Gallery in South Yarra during which time she advanced the careers of many artists, placing their work in significant public and private collections, including the National Gallery of Australia and various State Galleries. She was also appointed by the Australian Government as a valuation specialist for Contemporary Australian Art.

A spokesperson for FANZA said: “We are delighted to welcome Jennifer as a trustee. Her extensive experience, vision and relentless pursuit of artistic excellence will be invaluable to FANZA’s work in supporting and promoting the vibrant arts of Australia and New Zealand here in the UK.”

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