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Wandsworth Art Wednesday on 16th September (11am-9pm) with Maestro Arts and Caiger Contemporary Art

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Wandsworth Art Wednesday is taking place on 16th September from 11am to 9pm and has been organised by AWAD Members Maestro Arts and Caiger Contemporary Art who are popping up at the Oil & Water Gallery this month.

This special day of events also counts with the participation of Kristin Hjellegjerde and all galleries will stay open to 9pm, giving you the opportunity to join us after work and attend talks, sipping on a glass of Prosecco, looking at some exciting, great quality artworks.

Claude Troin’s ‘36,000 Years Later’ at Maestro Arts this summer (2/Jul-17/Sep)

Monday, June 29th, 2015

This summer Maestro Arts presents Claude Troin’s ‘36,000 Years Later’. As well as holding the private view for the upcoming exhibition of Troin’s work, Maestro Arts will be hosting the UK premiere of a collection of 15 short films entitled ‘36,000 Years Later’.  These films, produced by Folimage with ARTE and the support of the Rhône-Alpes region, include the resulting film Camera Obscura a film by Izú Troin with artwork by Claude Troin. For more information click here.

London – AWAD Monthly Meeting (June 2015)

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015


The Members’ meeting this month takes place on Wednesday 24th of June from 4 to 6pm at the Maestro Arts Gallery in Wandsworth Riverside during ‘Poetic Images – Portfolios, poetry and prints with Alfred Brendel and Charles Simić‘ featuring work by George Nama (image above courtesy of Maestro Arts).

Note the best way to arrive at Maestro Arts is via Putney Bridge tube (nicest walk crossing the Fulham Railway Bridge & following the riverside through Wandsworth Park) or East Putney Tube or Wandsworth Town British Rail (nearest). The return trip can be made by they City-bound Ferry that stops at Chelsea Harbour, Embankment & Blackfriars. Map below or via this link.

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Guest Speaker: Mary-Alice Stack, Chief Executive of Creative United

Note the Members’ Monthly Meeting will be followed by AWAD Members’ Drinks from 6 to 7pm also kindly hosted by Rachel van Walsum and Vikki Nelson who are AWAD Members.

Men and Women working professionally in the arts are welcome to attend from 6 to 7pm but space is strictly limited so to request your place, contact 

If you are not a Member of AWAD but are interested in AWAD Membership, click here.

Find out more about AWAD Members worldwide via this page.

Note changes to date, venue and guest speaker may occur. Please check this page on the date of the event.

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The Poems of Charles Simić read by Ruth Rosen at Maestro Arts on 18/June

Friday, May 22nd, 2015
Images from an earlier event at Maestro Arts & courtesy of the gallery


The Poems of Charles Simić will be read by Ruth Rosen at Maestro Arts on 18/June at 7pm  exploring the portfolios, poetry and prints produced by George Nama with Alfred Brendel and Charles Simić.

To attend click here

The British Council has described Ruth Rosen as one of England’s leading poetry and prose performers.  She has devised and delivered a series of lunchtime performances at the Tate, that have received the following press reviews:

 “She has cornered the market in poetry reading” 

The Sunday Times

 “A splendid evening, a fascinating programme… She held the audience enthralled”

 The Evening Standard

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Maestro Arts presents George Nama’s ‘Poetic Images’ (16 Apr-24 Jun)

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

Maestro Arts presents George Nama’s ‘Poetic Images’ an exhibition at their Wandsworth gallery space from 16th April to 24th June. For more information, contact Maestro Arts.

American artist George Nama makes books and paints in books.  In this, his first exhibition in the UK, he has collaborated with poet and pianist Alfred Brendel and with the 13th American Poet Laureate, Charles Simić, to produce limited edition portfolios of poems with original artworks.  Each is a boxed, handmade collection of limited edition etchings on Arches Vellum paper, prints are signed by Nama, with each volume being signed by the author; typically thirty-two are produced.

In preparing for a portfolio, Nama produces a series of original artworks, responding to the poems through drawings and gouaches.  His works, like poetry, send thoughts in unexpected directions, connecting remote layers and associations.  The resulting artworks, reflect the diversity of these two great poets; Charles Simić and Alfred Brendel.

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