Mark Keshishian, is Londons youngest art dealer. At 20 years old, he is an emerging art dealer and curator based in London, specialised in bringing the past and present together, in response to his passion for both the works of the old masters and contemporary artists of today. Mark has set up Karnik Gallery in 2019 is a new platform that represents contemporary artists whose approach draws from or refers to the artistic traditions of the past, while producing work that is innovative and challenging within todays market. Mark has worked on sales at Mayfair’s Hignell Gallery, on art auctions by Banque-Libano-Française and Sotheby’s at the Saatchi Gallery. In extension to his gallery endeavours, Mark has been heavily involved within the special make-up effects world, garnering the attention of several academy and Bafta award-winning studios, for his sculptural talents. In September of 2019, Mark opened his first gallery endeavour, part one: resonance x relevance, which is an extension of his familys legacy but also a launch pad for his own curatorial vision.
Itteshad has been with WinkBall since its early incarnation. He studied film at Queen Mary, University of London and his love of film has transferred into his reports for WinkBall. Itteshad has filmed some of our best reports including the BFI film screening of Ingrid Goes West and the ITV gala in both London and Manchester. Before working for WinkBall he was a freelance videographer and worked as a production runner for several companies.