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Costumes by Laurent Pelly on show at Maestro Arts until 19th September

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

This summer Maestro Arts is exhibiting the costumes of Laurent Pelly in the gallery. The exhibition features stage costumes and designs, drawings and film from Pelly’s highly acclaimed opera productions, including Cendrillon (Royal Opera House), Le Roi Carotte (L’Opéra de Lyon), Platée (Opéra national de Paris), L’étoile (Dutch National Opera) and others. For more information click here.

The Maestro Arts purpose built gallery showcases the work of the visual artists, designers and directors they represent through a rolling programme of exhibitions. Maestro Arts also stage one-off exhibitions by visual artists whose work crosses genre into the classical music world.

Kjell Folkvord’s exhibition Nine Paintings at Maestro Arts

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016


Image: Kjell Folkvord’s Fifth Symphony (Courtesy of the artist and Maestro Arts Gallery)


Nine Paintings, an exhibition by Kjell Folkvord just opened at Maestro Arts.  When Folkvord realised that he could harness music as auditory inspiration and express it through his painting, he decided to work with what he considers to be some of the greatest symphonies ever written – Beethoven’s nine symphonies.

Each painting is inspired directly by the music of the particular symphony, which he listened to as he painted – and represents the artistic expression of the feelings evoked, how he experienced and was moved by the music.

My paintings are profound, emotional expressions that emerge from my investigation of mind or memory.

Colours are the letters that make up part of the language of my paintings. They come together somehow to form ‘words’. When I paint or work with a colour, this colour might call for a ‘friend’ and I have to find it, or mix it. This is perhaps humanising the colours, but this is how it sometimes feels as I work.

Abstraction is my preferred means of expression. It gives me huge freedom – and what better tool to express complex and concentrated emotion than the abstract language of colour and form.

Kjell Folkvord, 2015

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.

Gregoire Pont’s Cinesthetics at Maestro Arts Gallery, Wandsworth (23/Sep-3/Dec)

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Cinesthetics is a performance concept developed by the prodigious illustrator and animator Grégoire Pont.  Working with musicians, Grégoire draws creating a unique, non-repeatable experience where music and motion interplay in a synaesthetic dance where sound is embodied and image is brought to life.  The exhibition is Grégoire’s first in the UK. For more information contact Maestro Arts. (more…)

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