Established in 2012, Private & Public Ltd is a fine art dealership specialising in modern and contemporary international art in all mediums. The company is also a leading public art consultancy with over 20 years of experience of working with developers, architects, artists and designers on high value projects in the public realm.
Based in Jersey, Channel Islands, we research, source and broker the acquisitions of artworks for a local and international client base, with a focus on value buying. Through our network of connections in the art world, our program of exhibitions and our commitment to market building into the future we can extend the opportunity to acquire and sell modern art and function as a showcase for new art as it emerges.
Whether through a visit to our gallery spaces or a private consultation at your home or business we offer an excellent way to expand your collection whether building a large museum quality holding or just acquiring one piece for an empty wall.
We hold a regular programme of public exhibitions and private viewings are available by appointment at our gallery spaces in Sommerville House, Phillips Street, St. Helier, Jersey.
The founder of Private & Public is Chris Clifford who was educated at Victoria College, Jersey, and went on to study Fine Art & Contemporary Critical Theory at Goldsmiths College, London University before completing his academic studies with a Master’s Degree in Arts Management & Cultural Policy at City University, London.
Chris has worked exclusively in the creative industries for his entire professional career spanning 25 years before establishing Jersey’s first bespoke fine art consultancy business. Over the last decade Chris has built a network of high value private and institutional clients and is regularly asked to contribute to academic study programmes at leading universities with a specialist focus on art investment and offshore markets.
Please contact Chris Clifford, Director, at email@example.com
or by phone on either +44 (0) 1534 859093 or +44 (0) 7797 714186