House of the Nobleman is a multi-faceted organization comprising art advisory, curatorial practice and private dealership. Its work ranges from large-scale curatorial projects and events, to art and design sourcing and the nurturing of artistic talent.
House of the Nobleman believes in the transformative power of the arts. It creates bespoke environments, responding to the unique architecture of each building it inhabits. Through collaborating with experts in the fields of art history and design, its dramatic exhibitions celebrate art from both past and present.
Victoria Golembiovskaya founded House of the Nobleman in 2010, its first project launching in London to great critical acclaim during Frieze Week 2010. She has gone on to produce and curate a number of high-profile exhibitions both in the UK and beyond.
Travelling frequently between Europe, America and Russia, Golembiovskaya has a valuable understanding of different cultures and markets, enabling her to bring together collectors, collaborators and artists from all corners of the globe in enterprising and committed spirit.
Anastasiya Siro is the key figure in developing the New York branch of House of the Nobleman. Dynamic and multifaceted, her approach to implementing curatorial projects combines a keen artistic aesthetic and an eye for new talent with a fluency in connoisseurship. Recent projects include Logical Guesses (Driscoll Babcock Galleries, New York, 2014), Breathless (Rush Arts Gallery, New York, 2104), Paper Vernacular: drawings and constructions (New York, 2013), The Oakes Twins: Lines of Sight (New York 2013), New Re-Visions (FRIEZE London, 2012), and Fresh Basel, in collaboration with The Hole Gallery (Art Basel, Miami Beach 2012). As an innovative curator Anastasiya expands upon the concept-driven approach to a hybrid appreciation of artistic expression that is a hallmark of House of the Nobleman’s global presence.
Jessica Carlisle is a London-based curator and gallerist. A qualified solicitor, she practised art law before moving to an artist agency where she provided business support and legal advice to visual artists, working with many notable YBAs. In 2014 she established her own gallery programme which represents mid-career UK-based artists. Jessica has worked for House of the Nobleman since its inception at in 2010 and continues to assist with project management and private sales.