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    Jeremy Michael " Jay " Jopling (born June 1963) is an English art dealer and gallerist. [1] . He is the founder of White Cube . Early life. Jeremy Michael Jopling is the son of Michael Jopling, Baron Jopling, a Conservative politician who served for some time as Minister for Agriculture in the Conservative Government led by Margaret Thatcher. [2] .

  2. The official website of Jay Jopling. Jay Jopling has established himself as a key figure in the art world and has been instrumental in repositioning London as the leading international centre for contemporary art over the past two decades.

  3. › wiki › White_CubeWhite Cube - Wikipedia

    Early beginnings. White Cube is a gallery owned and run by the art dealer Jay Jopling (an Old Etonian and son of a Conservative MP) who, until September 2008, was married to artist Sam Taylor-Wood. It was first opened in a small, square room in May 1993 in Duke Street, St James's, a traditional art dealing street in the West End of London.

  4. 5 de jul. de 2018 · From project space to mega dealer: Jay Jopling celebrates 25 years of White Cube. Hong Kong show features rarely seen archival material, while 23 artists have made new works for an exhibition...

  5. 8 de oct. de 2011 · Jay Jopling: portrait of the perfect gallerist. The glamorous art dealer, who made household names of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, is launching a huge showroom in London, which he will surely...

  6. 6 de oct. de 2023 · Jay Joplings White Cube Opens in New York. What Took Him So Long? The normally press-shy gallerist, who has been synonymous with the London art market since he helped usher in the Young...

  7. Established in London in 1993 by founder Jay Jopling, the first decade of the gallery’s wide-ranging programme was unique in the fact that no artist was ever shown more than once. Between 1993-2001, the gallery presented 75 shows by 75 artists from a townhouse in London’s most traditional art dealing street, Duke Street, St. James’s.