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Reflections at Maestro Arts, Wandsworth

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Reflections, the new exhibition at Maestro Arts, features new works by acclaimed artist and stage director Patrick Kinmonth including ‘Involuntary Reflex I’ shown here courtesy of Maestro Arts. Kinmonth is a true example of a Maestro Arts artist, in the words of Anna Wintour at Vogue Italia, a ‘true renaissance man’, he works in many disciplines creating artworks, designing and directing ballet and opera, in addition to curating exhibitions. For more information click here or contact Maestro Arts,

A new group show opens this week at Maestro Arts, Wandsworth Riverside

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Maestro Arts presents a new group show featuring paintings and sculptures by Alexander Polzin, Patrick KinmonthClaude Troin, Joan DubiqueGeorge Nama and Jane Farrington. The exhibition opens with Christmas drinks and preview on 9th December and will then run until 23rd February. For more information about theexhibition or to attend contact Maestro Arts.

Maestro Arts inaugurates a brand new gallery space with Alexander Polzin’s solo exhibition ‘Remains – Art, Opera, Music’

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015


Image: Alexander Polzin’s Flying Robert (Courtesy of Maestro Arts)


Maestro Arts has inaugurated its brand new gallery space earlier this month with Alexander Polzin’s solo exhibition ‘Remains – Art, Opera, Music’. Designed by architects, McLean Quinlan, the new space provides an exciting platform to showcase the work of the innovative visual artists represented by Maestro Arts, and to find fresh ways of weaving music and visual art.

”…music can change the way people look at a work over time, a material object can transform how people listen to a piece of music”

Alexander Polzin

Between January and March, Alexander Polzin’s work is being exhibited at the Grand Théâtre de Genève, to coincide with his stage designs for Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride and his collected works, Hommage an Thomas Brasch, are being shown at the Kunstmuseum Ahrenshoop.

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