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Dulwich Picture Gallery
Dulwich Picture Gallery is England's first public art gallery: it was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters "for the inspection of the public". To find out more please visit our History page.
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We are delighted that the Director, ...
We are delighted that the Director, Ian Dejardin, has agreed that, for the first time, the works will be displayed in the temporary exhibition space of the Gallery rather than in the Linbury Room.
I think the South London Women Artists is a marvelous initiative, and long overdue...' Ian Dejardin, Director Dulwich Picture Gallery
The Brixton Open, 2005 the judges
Ian is Director of the Dulwich Picture Gallery - and was previously the Senior Curator at English Heritage (London region), which included the Kenwood Collection.
is a Brixton boy and enjoys all aspects of the arts - in 2001 he
was on the panel for the Hunting Art Prize at the RCA.
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McMichael Canadian Art Collection > Media Releases > Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection for ten weeks only!
The art of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven is at the core of the McMichael's collection, and this outstanding exhibition lets us appreciate the artists' mastery and vision from a fresh perspective, thanks to curator Ian Dejardin's unique insights.
Ian Dejardin, Director at Dulwich Picture Gallery, said, "These artists produced some of the most vibrant and beautiful landscapes of the 20th century.
"We are delighted that a British admirer of the Group of Seven, Ian Dejardin, chose to mount an exhibition of Canadian art to mark the Bi-centenary of the Dulwich Picture Gallery," said NGC Director, Marc Mayer.
The three-person curatorial team for Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven includes Ian Dejardin, with partners Dr. Anna Hudson and Katerina Atanassova.
Ian Dejardin has spent twenty-five years working in museums, spending a year with English Heritage before starting as curatorial assistant at the Royal Academy in 1987.
Between 1990 and 1998 he
was back with English Heritage
, as Senior Curator and Head of the Historic Team (London Region) before accepting the post of Curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery
He became the Gallery's Director in April, 2005.
has organized countless exhibitions over the years.
Essays by curator Ian Dejardin and co-curators Katerina Atanassova and Anna Hudson explore various aspects of the Group of Seven's practice, consider the artists' relationship with the Arctic north, and analyse Thomson's art through the prism of the prevalent scientific theories of the day.
(l-r) NMAI Founders Laurence & Judy ...
(l-r) NMAI Founders Laurence & Judy Cutler, Dulwich Museum Director Ian Dejardin & Chairman James Lupton
Below: Gallery Road Entrance Banner, DPG Director Ian Dejardin with Visitors, Father & Daughter examining Post covers, Couple viewing Russian Schoolroom, DPG's Dejardin Opining, DPG Museum Shop Display, View of Gallery 8 w/Post covers, View of Gallery 9 w/Rockwell Masterworks, Opposite Wall in Gallery 9 w/Post covers.