Please find a selection of publications, articles and features with Angeliki.
Angeliki is interviewed by Loughran Gallery in the run up to Angeliki’s curatorial project LOVE, a group exhibition curated by Dynamisk for Loughran Gallery and Kiklo Spaces. Angeliki discusses her inspirations, achievements, and the best piece of advice she has ever been given.
Angeliki talks to Phillips on the importance of storytelling and thinking global for the cutting edge in contemporary art, ahead of the opening of ‘Once Upon a Time in Mayfair’, a group exhibition curated by Dynamisk in collaboration with Phillips X.
Angeliki talks to Hannah Tappin, Freelance Lifestyle, Interiors, Beauty, and Fashion writer, and Founder of website HannahRoseInspired, about the links between the Art and Fashion industries and the influences they have on one another.
‘Blues’ Curator Angeliki Kim Jonsson Brings Together 5 Female Artists to the Dubai Art Scene.
They say blue is the warmest colour. Aiming to explore the emotions which surround the concept of the “Blues,” curator Angeliki Kim Jonsson brings together an online exhibition in collaboration with Four You Gallery in Dubai, featuring works from five powerful female artists: Annabel Faustin, Ania Hobson, Berit Louise Sara Grønn, Cho Hui-Chin and Tilde Grynnerup.
“Create! mag is pleased to be profiling Angeliki Kim Jonsson, who we’ve followed for several years via her inspiring art account @dynamisk. She is a multifaceted artpreneur whose work spans being an art historian, curator, art advisor, writer, and public speaker…”
Sending n00dz…. Today’s mood board is curated by Swedish art advisor Angeliki Kim Jonsson, who was inspired by depictions of the female figure from her travels to the islands of Sicily, including works by some of our fave art babes: Cassi Namoda, Julie Curtiss, Alice Tippit, and more.
“We had the pleasure of catching up with London based art curator Angeliki Kim Jonsson. She is also the founder of DYNAMISK, an independent curating and art advisory. Originally from Sweden, She is based in London and studied Art History and Visual Culture and graduated in 2017.”