Emily Tsingou

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Emily Tsingou (b. 1968, Athens, Greece) is a private art dealer[1] who lives in London, England. She is the former proprietor of Emily Tsingou Gallery which was open 1998 through 2007.[2] Tsingou attended the Courtauld Institute of Art.[3]

Career[edit]

An artwork by Gregory Crewdson who exhibited at Emily Tsingou Gallery in 1999.

Emily Tsingou Gallery was a contemporary fine arts gallery that presented an ongoing series of exhibitions of contemporary art between 1998 and 2007, in London, England. The gallery was described by Jonathan Jones, the chief art critic of The Guardian as "a posh West End gallery."[4] The art gallery programme, which was selected by the Tsingou, introduced the work of certain internationally recognized contemporary artists to London.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Tsingou is married to the writer and photographer Henry Bond.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Artnet News, "Emily Tsingou Goes Private," January 8, 2008.
  2. ^ Artnet News, "Emily Tsingou Goes Private," January 8, 2008.
  3. ^ See, for example, Sarah Wilson, "Pierre Klossowski: Epiphanies and Secrets." In Sarah Wilson (ed.) Pierre Klossowski (London: Whitechapel Art Gallery and Hatje Cantz, 2006), p. 5, footnote 33—i.e., Wilson's citation: "Klossowski to Emily Tsingou; see her Acéphale, MA thesis, Courtauld Institute of Art, 1991, p. 46." A .pdf of Wilson's essay is available online.
  4. ^ Jonathan Jones, Keith Coventry: Emily Tsingou Gallery, The Guardian, 26 September 2000.
  5. ^ Mark Irving, Innocence Lost: Paradise Found — Justine Kurland at Emily Tsingou Gallery, The Times, 19 November 2005.[broken citation]

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