James Lindon


James is the Founder of Lindon Gallery, a private art dealership and advisory business in London with a particular focus on American Post-War and Contemporary masterworks. He was previously the International Director of PaceWildenstein, New York and before that the Head of Sales and Special Projects at Victoria Miro Gallery, London.

He has curated numerous exhibitions at Private Foundations and commercial galleries and has worked closely with artists Claes Oldenburg, James Turrell, Sterling Ruby, David Hammons among others. Mr. Lindon is a board member of Goldmith& CCA, London; the Development Trust for Studio Voltaire, London; a member of the Tate North American Acquisitions Committee, a Founder member of the Serpentine Gallery & Future Contemporaries Panel and a member of the International Council of the Tamayo Museum, Mexico City.

James received his Masters degree in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art in London after graduating in History from Pembroke College, University of Cambridge.

Sasha Morgan


Sasha has held a number of roles in policy and cultural sectors. She has worked as an adviser to No. 10, a senior adviser for the Department of Communities and Local Government, and as Chief Operating Officer of the National Infrastructure Commission.

Sasha is passionate about creative education and believes that the arts are an important tool to allow young people to unlock their potential. She is currently Director of the Social Mobility Commission and oversees the education work of Bold Tendencies, an Arts Commissioning organisation based in Peckham. She also serves on the board of the Chisenhale Gallery, London.

Andria zafirakou

Founder | Artist in Residence

In 2018, Andria Zafirakou won the Global Teacher Prize in recognition of the extraordinary contribution she has made to education in London as a teacher of arts and textiles.​

Andria teaches at Alperton Community School, a secondary school academy in the inner city borough of Brent. Brent is one of the most ethnically diverse places in the country and 130 languages are spoken in its schools. Its pupils come from some of the poorest families in Britain, many sharing one house with five other families, many exposed to gang violence.

Working as an art and textiles teacher, and as a member of the senior leadership team, Andria redesigned the curriculum across all subjects from scratch – carefully working alongside other teachers – to have it resonate with her pupils. Andria’s determination to move beyond an identikit school curriculum has seen Alperton awarded the Institute of Education’s Professional Development Platinum Mark, an honour fewer than 10 British schools have ever achieved.

Alicia Norman-Butler

Senior Advisor

Alicia is a Partner at Lindon & Co, Ltd., a private art dealership and advisory business in London with a particular focus on American Post-War and Contemporary masterworks. Combining a deep knowledge of art history with market intelligence, Alicia works to develop and refine world-class collections of art for a select number of established and emerging collections.

Prior to joining Lindon & Co., Alicia held positions at Christie’s and Hauser & Wirth in London and at Magazzino d’Arte Moderna in Rome. She graduated with distinction from The Courtauld Institute in London with an MA in History of Art, and from Duke University in Durham, NC with a BA in Art History and Public Policy.