Celebrated art dealer encourages creative sixth form students

Top London art dealer Sadie Coles visited pupils at Farlingaye High School to speak about the art wo

Top London art dealer Sadie Coles visited pupils at Farlingaye High School to speak about the art world - Credit: Archant

A top London art dealer inspired creative students at a Suffolk school when she visited to discuss her career in the industry.

Leading gallery owner Sadie Coles was invited to Farlingaye High School, in Woodbridge, where she meet aspiring art, photography and art-textiles students currently in years 12 and 13.

A former art student herself, before entering the industry and opening Sadie Coles HQ contemporary art gallery in central London in 1997, she now represents more than thirty living artists and two estates.

Her gallery, which is renowned for presenting the work of emerging and established artists, currently operates three exhibition spaces in Mayfair and the West End and runs off-site projects throughout London.


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