Reflections at Maestro Arts features new works by stage director Patrick Kinmonth an artist who fits well under the Maestro Arts umbrella. The gallery aims to unite outstanding performers from the world of classical music with innovative visual artists. Described by Anna Wintour at Vogue Italia “as a true renaissance man”, Kinmonth works in many disciplines, creating artworks and working as a designer and stage director for ballet, and opera in addition to curating exhibitions.
He is currently curating Vogue 100, a Century of Style at the British National Portrait Gallery, a celebration of Vogue’s last 100 years. The exhibition will run between 11 February and 22 May.
In Brussels he is currently working on a new production of L’Opera Seria by Florian Leopold Gassmann, opening on the 9th February at Theatre Royal de la Monnaie. In April, Kinmonth will be designing a new commission, Life at Sadlers Wells, performed by the Ballet Boyz and directed by Pontus Lidberg. With Northern Ballet he is designing a new production of Jane Eyre which will tour the UK. The Premiere will take place on the 19th May in Doncaster.
Patrick’s joins artists: Alexander Polzin, Claude Troin, Joan Dubique, George Nama, Lizzie Thurman and Jane Farrington in an exhibition highlighting the cross disciplinary works.