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Zelda Cheatle

In collaboration with Marina Ribera Iñigo, director and consultant at IñigoArt, we present the new video series “Collectors at Home” where the London-based art advisor speaks to collectors in their residential setting.

“Collectors at Home” is an intimate view into private art collections through the eyes of the personal force behind them, revealing their passions and motivations for collecting and living with art.

For the second instalment in the series, IñigoArt meets with London-based photography curator, editor, lecturer and photography consultant Zelda Cheatle. Since beginning her photography-career at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, in 1982, Cheatle went on to open her own gallery that specialized in photography for over fifteen years, and is now widely regarded as one of the leading photography experts in Europe.

Here, Cheatle speaks to IñigoArt about her obsession for photography, why the medium of a photograph means as much to her, and why she doesn’t regret purchasing any photograph in her collection.

 

I think that somehow photography was born in my soul.

Zelda Cheatle