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David Glick
David Glick is the founder of Edge Investments and is renowned as one of the creative industries' pre-eminent dealmakers.

David Glick is an experienced venture capital investor in the creative industries sector who has been involved in investment in, mentoring of, and the sale and purchase of, multi-million pound entertainment and media assets, with a particular emphasis on music, television, film, sport, theatre and fashion, and enabling technologies.

A former solicitor, he co-founded Eatons, a leading music and entertainment law firm, in 1990; in 2000, Eatons merged with law firm Mishcon de Reya where he became head of the entertainment and media group. In 2004, he formed the Edge group of companies as a specialist investment and advisory business for the entertainment and media sector, before selling the advisory business in 2011 in order to concentrate on venture capital investing. At Edge, he has brokered and advised clients on the sale and purchase of a range of entertainment and media related assets and businesses. He has also been both an executive and a non-executive director of Entertainment Rights (now part of DreamWorks), the UK media business which was quoted on the Official List and which, during the period of his involvement, grew from a startup to a market capitalisation of approximately £213 million, and subsequently to £380 million. He is the founder of Edge Performance.

Entries by David Glick

Can Architects Fix The Suburbs? Designers Visit Long Island To Find Out

(120) Comments | Posted June 2, 2011 | 5:03 AM

On a rainy Saturday in April, black clad city dwellers descended onto the quiet streets of Levittown, NY. Completely out of their element, and disoriented after an hour and a half bus ride following a symposium in Tribeca -- some began to wonder what they were actually doing there.

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Festival Of Ideas In New York Celebrates Sustainability, Neon Worms, Urban Farming, & Rem Koolhaas

(5) Comments | Posted May 12, 2011 | 12:47 AM


The famous Hell, Yes! rainbow was removed for a 30 foot tall steel rose to bloom... now another flamboyant installation has marked the entrance of the New Museum in the form of neon pink and cyan fabric arches. Designed by Family and Playlab, "The...

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Art and the Public Domain: Olafur Eliasson, Tomas Saraceno, and Ai Weiwei at the GSD

(2) Comments | Posted April 19, 2011 | 1:21 AM

The Divine Comedy, a current exhibition at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, features world renowned artists known for blurring the boundaries between art, architecture, and political activism. The press release explains the show's intention to engage the "public domain." But does a private university really qualify as public?

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Holding Patterns: Young Architects At P.S.1

(4) Comments | Posted March 8, 2011 | 9:29 PM

View from the entrance steps

Interboro Partners was recently announced as the winner of this year's P.S.1 Young Architect's Program. Their installation, Holding Pattern, will serve as a giant column free "outdoor room" backdrop for this summer's Warm Up concert series....

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