Jacquelyn Jubert co-founded Anise Gallery in 2012 with her partner Joseph Robson. After extensive renovations of the historic Thames side warehouse the space is a testament to her appreciation of architecture, design and beauty.
Having studied History of Modern Art at the University of Manchester, Jacquelyn went on to work in several galleries before becoming executive assistant to renowned architect Piers Gough, a position that she left earlier this year in order to focus on the work of the gallery.
Anise Gallery curates exhibitions throughout the year that promote the link between art and architecture and that celebrate traditional artistic disciplines. With annual charity auctions, graduate shows and participation in architectural events such as the London Festival of Architecture and Open House London the gallery is quickly creating a name for itself within the niche field of architectural art.