Jonathan Carver Moore is the founder and director of Jonathan Carver Moore, a contemporary art gallery that specialises in working with emerging and established artists who are BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and women. As the only openly gay Black male gallerist in San Francisco, Jonathan is dedicated to advocating for the arts and is an active member in the Bay Area’s creative community. He is the Development Chair at arts education non-profit, Root Division and he also serves on the advisory board at Black [Space] Residency.
"Art Money is quite valuable in helping level the playing field of who can collect and who has buying power. Using Art Money gives people access to funds immediately to buy in the moment so that they don't miss out on a work to either start their collection or add to it."
Nkosi Ngiphile (they/them)
16 x 24 inches
Untitled is one of my favourite works in my collection. Ngiphile's over the shoulder gaze is striking and demands your attention. The blurred details in the reflection in the mirror are subtle but quite informative, which makes me want to know more about the image.
Namita Paul (she/her)
Textile with mixed materials (canvas, thread, gold leaf, paint, lentils, wheat berries, assorted textiles)
82 x 185 inches
USD $2,500 x 10 months with Art Money Interest Free or $25,000
Testimony is one of my most favourite pieces from Namita Paul. Her work draws from a collection of personal and political histories, engaging with themes of rupture and repair, memory and time. Testimony is an exploration of the ways in which the physical spaces we have inhabited stay with us longer after we have left them. This work is a direct reference to the home she grew up in.
Jonathan Carver Moore will be presenting Testimony at Untitled Miami, 6-10 December 2023.