Announcing the Latest Additions to Our Community and Membership Committee


We are proud to welcome three new businesses to the Cromwell Place Community, as well as new additions to our Membership Committee.

Our Newest Members


Dan Galeria 


Dan Galeria is a Brazillian born gallery, established in 1972 by Gláucia and Peter Cohn. Originally focusing exclusively on Brazilian Modern art and works of leading important figures from the 1920’s Modernist Movement, they have since expanded to represent artists from the Santa Helena Group (1930’s /1940’s), as well as Concrete and Neo-concrete Brazilian artists. 


Galerie Tanit


Founded over 40 years ago by Naila Kettaneh-Kunigk and Stefan Kunigk, Galerie Tanit is a Contemporary art gallery based in Munich and Beirut.  Named after a Phoenician goddess, the gallery originally played a pivotal role in introducing American artists to German audiences and beyond. Over the decades they have represented a broad spectrum of artists, from key figures of Minimalism, Conceptual art, and Art Povera, to emerging international artists. 


AEA Consulting


AEA Consulting is a global strategy and planning firm for the cultural and creative industries. Their advice draws on a deep knowledge of the cultural sector as well as research and analytical insight. Since 1991, they have successfully delivered more than 1,000 assignments in 35 countries, helping clients around the world plan and realize vital and sustainable cultural projects. 


Our Membership Committee


Rakeb Sile, Co-Founder, Addis Fine Art


In 2016, Rakeb Sile co-founded Addis Fine Art with Mesai Haileleul, creating the first white-cube gallery space for modern and contemporary art in Ethiopia. With her background in management consulting, she was well placed to take charge of the gallery’s commercial operations. Since then, the business has grown to become one of the leading galleries in Africa, establishing a prominent international platform for artists from the Horn of Africa. Rakeb was also recently chosen as one of Apollo Magazine's 40 Under 40 Africa in 2020, a project dedicated to 40 of the most influential and talented people in the art world born or based in Africa.


Tom Baring, Director, Baring Fine Art


Tom Baring is a dealer who specialises in Italian, English, Dutch and Flemish Old Master paintings, with an emphasis upon 16th, 17th and 18th-century pictures. After nearly a decade in Sotheby’s Old Master department, he founded Baring Fine Art in 2009. Baring Fine Art advises on the formation, management and dispersals of collections, as well as undertaking attributional research. Their unique digital archive represents a collection of over 125,000 images, which are organised in an innovative taxonomy system to aid with their research.


Florence Ingleby, Co-Founder, Ingleby Gallery


Florence Ingleby is a curator and author who founded Ingleby Gallery with her husband Richard Ingleby. Founded in 1998, Ingleby Gallery maintains an ambitious programme of on and off-site projects. Based in a historic Edinburgh space, Ingleby Gallery has secured a reputation as one of Scotland’s leading private galleries; renowned for the quality of its exhibitions, publications and support of early-career artists along with those of international standing. 


Matthias Arndt, Founder, A3 - Arndt Art Agency


Matthias Arndt is a contemporary advisor and founder of A3 - Arndt Art Agency, an advisory for select artists who seek strategic advice and management in today’s global art world and its markets. Previously, he founded Arndt Fine Art (1994-2017), a gallery that operated across Zurich, New York and Singapore. He was also Director of the guided tours and visitor services of DOCUMENTA X (1997) and created a dynamic arts management firm, artservices, and co-founded Kunstherbst Berlin, now known as Berlin Art Week. He is a member of the Tate’s Asia Pacific Acquisition Committee and was awarded Knight of the French “Ordre des Arts et des Lettres ” in 2002 by the French Ministry of Culture. He is also the Chair of the BERLIN MASTERS Foundation, a charitable foundation to support the area’s artists. 


Matthew Stephenson, Founder, Stephenson Fine Art


Matthew Stephenson is an independent art consultant, who specialises in 19th-20th century and contemporary art, with a particular interest in the art of Russia and Eastern Europe. He is Chair of The Board of Trustees of The Photographers' Gallery, an international representative for The Archipenko Foundation and Estate, as well as an Expert Advisor to the Arts Council, UK. Previously, he worked as the Managing Director of Christie’s Russia and International Senior Director at PACE Gallery in London.


Our Membership is open to UK and international galleries, dealers, collectors and art professionals across all specialisms.

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