Ben Brown Fine Arts

Ben Brown Fine Arts Ben Brown Fine Arts The gallery has now been established as a point of reference in this arena for artists and collectors alike.
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Ben Brown opened Ben Brown Fine Arts, in January 2004 after spending 10 years as a director of Sothebys’ Contemporary Art department, and two years as co-managing director at Waddington Galleries. During his time at Sotheby’s Ben pioneered the now well-respected Italian Sale and his particular interest in 20th Century Italian Art has brought him to concentrate on this little-represented field in L

ondon. In 2005, shortly after opening the Cork Street space, he presented a seminal show of works by Lucio Fontana, curated by the eminent art historian Enrico Crispolti. The following year, Ben Brown Fine Arts opened a show of Alighiero Boetti, focusing on the artist’s embroideries, including Mappa, Tutto and Grande e Piccoli Arazzi. This was the first time that the works of Boetti had been brought to London since 1999. In 2007 the gallery mounted an exhibition of works by Mimmo Rotella, the first such show in a commercial gallery in London, which included some impressive early works lent by the Fondazione Mimmo Rotella. Aside from the gallery’s focus in this particular field, Ben Brown Fine Arts has also developed a strong exhibition program centring on contemporary German artists and photographers. The inaugural show at the Cork Street gallery in 2004 presented photographs by the renowned photographer Candida Höfer, whom the gallery represents. In 2006 the gallery was transformed with blacked out walls and windows for an installation of seven Thomas Ruff starry night photographs. Continuing with this program, during 2007-08 Ben Brown Fine Arts gave the German artist Heribert C. Ottersbach his first show in England and went on to exhibit a series of photographs of Venice by German photographer Matthias Schaller, also showing in England for the first time. In September of 2008, Ben Brown Fine Arts expanded into an exciting new exhibition space with paintings by the British artist, Tony Bevan. This large and contemporary venue, designed by Alexander Maybank of White Cube fame, is devoted to the primary market whilst the Cork Street premises continues to present seminal shows of important twentieth century figures. In Fall 2009, Ben Brown Fine Arts embarked on its first international venture with the opening of a new, permanent gallery in Hong Kong. This space was launched with an exhibition of works by internationally renowned artist Ron Arad. We are excited about the greater scope this new gallery will provide for our future collaborations with artists as well as the opportunities it will bring to further develop our exhibition program. Recent exhibitions include, Caio Fonseca, Candida Hofer, Pablo Picasso and now, Miquel Barcelo.

Happy Birthday ⁠ 🎂🎉⁠⁠Born in Pinar del Río, Cuba, Capote gained international acclaim for his innovative use of material...
03/02/2024

Happy Birthday ⁠ 🎂🎉⁠

Born in Pinar del Río, Cuba, Capote gained international acclaim for his innovative use of materials and techniques. His creations often explore themes of identity, migration, and the human condition.⁠

“The sea is an obsession for any island population… When I was a child, I looked to the horizon and would imagine the world beyond. The sea represents the seductiveness of the dreams, but at the same time danger and isolation.” ⁠

‘Requiem (Letargo)’ (2023)⁠











In 1912, Ludwig Meidner produced numerous ‘apocalyptic’ landscapes of Berlin. These paintings depict stylized visions of...
31/01/2024

In 1912, Ludwig Meidner produced numerous ‘apocalyptic’ landscapes of Berlin. These paintings depict stylized visions of an impending transformation in Germany before World War I. ⁠

The distorted perspective and thick application of paint instills a sense of dynamism and chaos which echoes the sentiment of the time and the subject matter. ⁠

The painting depicts a moment of social disintegration in the form of an apparent struggle between two central and contrasting figures on the outskirts of a city that, like so many of Meidner’s Apocalyptic towns, is seemingly under threat from an oncoming storm.⁠

Schiele, Klimt and Hoffmann in Their Time⁠
18 January - 4 February 2024 ⁠
Ben Brown Fine Arts⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach ⁠











Gustav Klimt is renowned for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other ‘objets d’art’. Many of his pieces are character...
29/01/2024

Gustav Klimt is renowned for his paintings, murals, sketches, and other ‘objets d’art’. Many of his pieces are characterized by a candid exploration of eroticism. This rarely seen study was created as a peparatory work for Klimt’s painting of the Beethoven Frieze, showcased at the 14th Vienna Secessionist exhibition in 1902, commemorating the composer.⁠

Gustav Klimt ‘Standing N**e Girl in Profile, Facing Left (Study for Beethoven Frieze)’ (1902)⁠

Schiele, Klimt and Hoffmann in Their Time ⁠
18 January - 4 February 2024 ⁠
Ben Brown Fine Arts ⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach ⁠










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An exquisite detail on the corner of a truly special games table.⁠⁠Karl Wittgenstein, a prominent figure in Vienna’s art...
27/01/2024

An exquisite detail on the corner of a truly special games table.⁠

Karl Wittgenstein, a prominent figure in Vienna’s arts and industry scene in the early 20th century, commissioned this remarkable games table by Josef Hoffmann in 1906. This piece is one of three created between 1905 and 1907 by the Wiener Werkstätte company that Hoffmann founded.⁠

Josef Hoffman & Carl Otto Czeschka ‘Games Table for Karl Wittgenstein (1906)⁠

Schiele, Klimt and Hoffman in Their Time⁠
18 January - 4 February 2024⁠
Ben Brown Fine Arts ⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach ⁠









Egon Schiele’s distinctive artistic approach delved into the realms of the human body, sexuality, and identity. His pain...
24/01/2024

Egon Schiele’s distinctive artistic approach delved into the realms of the human body, sexuality, and identity. His paintings capture raw emotions, forging a profound connection between the viewer and each piece. This particular work on paper depicts his younger sister, Gerti Schiele, who often sat for him as his model during his formative years. The piece focuses on her adolescent years, with her expressive countenance taking center stage. Executed in watercolour, gouache and black crayon, the portrait emanates a dreamlike quality, skillfully capturing Gerti’s youthful essence.⁠

The current exhibition ‘Schiele, Klimt and Hoffmann in Their Time’ at our Palm Beach gallery, showcases Egon Schiele’s brilliance through more than 20 works. Among them are numerous superlative pieces from his expressionist period, including this portrait of his sister, portrait of his early patron Carl Reininghaus and later rare examples of landscapes as well as his more famous erotic drawings.⁠


Egon Schiele ‘Portrait of Schiele’s Sister Gerti’ (1910)⁠

Schiele, Klimt and Hoffmann in Their Time⁠
18 January - 4 February 2024⁠
Ben Brown Fine Arts⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach⁠










Schiele, Klimt and Hoffmann in Their Time - We are bringing the avant-garde art of early 20th Century Vienna to Palm Bea...
17/01/2024

Schiele, Klimt and Hoffmann in Their Time - We are bringing the avant-garde art of early 20th Century Vienna to Palm Beach.⁠

Discover over 20 masterpieces by Egon Schiele, including rare landscapes and iconic erotic drawings. Gustav Klimt’s ‘Study for Beethoven Frieze’ is an exceptional work from 1902. These works are showcased alongside Wiener Werkstätte treasures by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser.⁠

Join us for a journey through the transformative art of the early 20th century!⁠

18 January – 4 February⁠
Ben Brown Fine Arts⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach⁠

Feliz Cumpleaños Miquel Barceló!🎂🎉⁠⁠Nature has been a recurring subject in Barceló’s work and he describes his white tex...
08/01/2024

Feliz Cumpleaños Miquel Barceló!🎂🎉⁠

Nature has been a recurring subject in Barceló’s work and he describes his white textural paintings as “seascapes that correspond to my previous series of white desert landscapes.” These works references the costal terrain of Barceló’s native Majorca. Employing a meticulous approach, he layers various mixed media to craft densely textured canvases, resulting in heavily impastoed compositions.⁠

‘Île’ (2013)⁠
‘Courant Central’ (2013)⁠










The countdown is over! Christmas is here and we wish you all well!🎄⁠⁠Pictured here is Robert Indiana’s ‘One Through Zero...
25/12/2023

The countdown is over! Christmas is here and we wish you all well!🎄⁠

Pictured here is Robert Indiana’s ‘One Through Zero (The Ten Numbers)’ that was taken at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in 2022. The work is immediately recognisable as pure Indiana: simultaneously biographical and universal, each numeral represented a moment or memory in Indiana’s life, and the artist took great interest in a system whose symbols never changed but could be endlessly rearranged to create new meanings. ⁠










Wishing for another Lalanne from Father Christmas this year🎅🎁⁠⁠Repost from  ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠
24/12/2023

Wishing for another Lalanne from Father Christmas this year🎅🎁⁠

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Happy Birthday  ⁠🎈⁠⁠Muniz has long been fascinated by the revolutionary ways in which the Cubists disrupted traditional ...
20/12/2023

Happy Birthday ⁠🎈⁠

Muniz has long been fascinated by the revolutionary ways in which the Cubists disrupted traditional notions of perspective and perception, bringing tactility, sensation and multi-dimensionality to one surface, and through his latest series ‘Surfaces’ lauds their innovations with reverence, playfulness and contemporary thought. ⁠

‘The Bottle of Banyuls, after Juan Gris (Surfaces)’ is on view at our current exhibition ‘Vik Muniz: SURFACES’ in our Hong Kong gallery. ⁠

Vik Muniz: SURFACES⁠
22 November 2023 - 27 January 2024 ⁠
201 The Factory, 1 Yip Fat Street, Hong Kong ⁠












Parlá is celebrated for his arrestingly energized paintings and installations that offer an abstract, visceral form of s...
20/12/2023

Parlá is celebrated for his arrestingly energized paintings and installations that offer an abstract, visceral form of storytelling through layers of mixed media and dynamic calligraphic writing, accessing memory, history, language, and the universality of the human experience.⁠

‘Resonant Light (Diptych)’ exemplifies Parlá’s characteristic style of painting. The vibrant calligraphic lines and expansive impasto give rise to a centrifugal force suggestive of pathways in the body. This dynamic composition propels the viewer’s gaze outward, conveying a connection to the organic and natural world.⁠

Double Take: Contemporary Redefined ⁠
December 1, 2023 - January 6, 2024⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach ⁠








Today’s the last day of  Miami Beach. Don’t miss out the opportunity to see this beautiful work by  ⁠🌊⁠⁠Masked by breezy...
10/12/2023

Today’s the last day of Miami Beach. Don’t miss out the opportunity to see this beautiful work by ⁠🌊⁠

Masked by breezy layers of oil paint, the figure emerge as ghost-like contours, suspended in dream-space. ‘in the ocean’ captures a refracted sense of time and space, where frail figures inhabit a world that is treacherously emotive and unstable.⁠

Follow the to view our fair preview☝️⁠

Ena Swansea ‘in the ocean’ (2022)⁠

Art Basel Miami Beach ⁠
Booth D8⁠
December 8-10 ⁠
Miami Beach Convention Center ⁠









#⁠ArtBaselMiamiBeach

‘I love that this seemingly simple motion can generate such an intense energy and unveil these sculptural figures.’ ⁠⁠We...
09/12/2023

‘I love that this seemingly simple motion can generate such an intense energy and unveil these sculptural figures.’ ⁠

We are pleased to present for the first time Amoako Boafo’s works Miami Beach this week - find us at Booth D8🇺🇸⁠

Baofo employs a unique approach in depicting heavily expressionistic and sensitive portraits of friends and acquaintances. He applies mellow layers of colour with his fingers in a completely gestural way. The resulting effect is truly astonishing, showcasing how his fingers serve as a multidimensional brush to construct the faces, capture their intense expressions, and shape hands into intricate patterns of blue and brown oil paint. The subtlety of each stroke is remarkable, evoking the vibrant energy pulsing from these colour saturated figures, while the colours of the body soften almost to abstraction.⁠

Follow the to view our fair preview☝️⁠

Amoako Boafo ‘Blue Suits’ (2019)⁠


Art Basel Miami Beach ⁠
Booth D8⁠
December 8-10⁠
Miami Beach Convention Center⁠









In Enoc Perez's recent works, he explores the complicated beauty and 'half-truths' found in the advertisements of the Pu...
07/12/2023

In Enoc Perez's recent works, he explores the complicated beauty and 'half-truths' found in the advertisements of the Puerto Rican and wider tropical 'paradise'. It is a beauty that exists, but it is often used to sell an idealised version of the Caribbean that also has a negative or darker side to it. Similarly his paintings inspired by rum advertisements present an image that is again somewhat celebratory of beauty and fits into a tradition of still life and Pop art, but also they are somewhat critical of a product that has a dark side. ⁠

As someone who grew up in Puerto Rico and now lives in New York Perez has a vantage from which to consider for whom the optics of tropical paradise serve and for whom they exclude.⁠

Follow the to view our fair preview☝️⁠

'Blue and Yellow Macaw' (2023)⁠
'Condado Beach, Puerto Rico' (2023)⁠
'Great Unmixed' (2023)⁠

Art Basel Miami Beach ⁠
Booth D8⁠
VIP Preview (Invitation Only): December 6-7⁠
Public Days: December 8-10⁠
Miami Beach Convention Center⁠








“I think of land, sea, sky. And they always make a massive connection. I try to paint this, this sense of the elemental ...
06/12/2023

“I think of land, sea, sky. And they always make a massive connection. I try to paint this, this sense of the elemental coming together of land and sea, sky and land…stacked in horizon lines endlessly beginning and ending….” ⁠

Marked by bold, expressive brushstrokes of horizontal colour overlapping, this work is part of Scully's 'Landline' series; a body of work that has preoccupied the artist since 2013. This work is currently on view at our booth (D8) at Art Basel Miami Beach. ⁠

Follow the to view our fair preview☝️⁠

⁠Sean Scully 'Landline Bloom' (2016)⁠

Art Basel Miami Beach ⁠
Booth D8 ⁠
VIP Preview (Invitation Only): December 6-7⁠
Public Days: December 8-10⁠
Miami Beach Convention Center⁠









'Candida Höfer: Epic Gaze' opening tomorrow at Macao Museum of Art🎉🇲🇴⁠⁠Throughout her career as a conceptual artist, Höf...
05/12/2023

'Candida Höfer: Epic Gaze' opening tomorrow at Macao Museum of Art🎉🇲🇴⁠

Throughout her career as a conceptual artist, Höfer has gained international acclaim for her large-format photographs, capturing public and institutional spaces devoid of human presence. Her work often explores the intersection of architecture, culture, and memory, prompting viewers to reflect on the significance of the spaces we inhabit.⁠

'Candida Höfer: Epic Gaze' is a curated selection of 60 works developed by Höfer over the last 20 years and it is organised in six major themes: ‘Passages’, ‘Theatres’, ‘Museums’, ‘Libraries’, ‘Worldview’ and ‘Unseen Works’. Through re-envisioning these architectural masterpieces through the medium of photography, Höfer rekindles the question of how they will continue to shape and weigh in the collective memory for the generations to come.⁠

Candida Höfer: Epic Gaze⁠
6 December 2023 - 3 March 2024⁠
Macao Museum of Art ⁠


Works pictured:⁠

1. Iglesia de San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya I 2015⁠
2. Biblioteca Vasconcelos Ciudad de México I 2015⁠
3. Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf I 2012⁠
4. Real Gabinete Português de Leitura Rio de Janeiro II 2005⁠
5. Reggia di Portici Portici I 2009⁠
6. Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Herzog & de Meuron Hamburg II 2016⁠
7. Palácio do Itamarati Brasília I 2005⁠
8. Schloss St. Emmeram Regensburg XXVIII 2003⁠

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In Miami for ?🌊🇺🇸⁠⁠Ben Brown Fine Arts is excited to announce our return to Art Basel Miami Beach, taking place from Dec...
29/11/2023

In Miami for ?🌊🇺🇸⁠

Ben Brown Fine Arts is excited to announce our return to Art Basel Miami Beach, taking place from December 6 to 10, 2023. Join us at Booth D08, where we will proudly present a curated selection featuring the diverse talents of our esteemed international contemporary artists, including Yoan Capote, Awol Erizku, Vik Muniz, Nabil Nahas, José Parlá, Enoc Perez, Ena Swansea and Hank Willis Thomas. Our booth will explore the vibrant and varied expressions of these influential creators, defining the forefront of contemporary art.⁠

Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 ⁠
December 6 - 10, 2023 ⁠
Miami Beach Convention Center⁠











Our Palm Beach Gallery is re-opening!!!🌴🇺🇸⁠⁠We are thrilled to announce the grand re-opening of our Palm Beach gallery w...
25/11/2023

Our Palm Beach Gallery is re-opening!!!🌴🇺🇸⁠

We are thrilled to announce the grand re-opening of our Palm Beach gallery with the exhibition 'Double Take: Contemporary Redefined' on December 1, 2023. Join us for an exclusive presentation featuring new works by gallery artists, alongside a curated selection highlighting influential post-war masters. 'Double Take' invites us to reconsider representation through a fresh lens, sparking a dialogue between tradition and innovation.⁠

Double Take: Contemporary Redefined ⁠
December 1, 2023 - January 6, 2024 ⁠
244 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach ⁠









'Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads' ⁠at our London gallery is now open!🥂⁠⁠⁠The exhibition showcases Bevan’s latest seri...
22/11/2023

'Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads' ⁠at our London gallery is now open!🥂⁠

⁠The exhibition showcases Bevan’s latest series, 'Epistrophies', in which the artist explores the rhythmic, abstract, infinite possibilities inspired by a singular motif, a tree, which he encountered near his home over many winters. These works will be presented alongside Bevan’s 'Heads' paintings, with which he has taken on a looser, more abstract approach as this series progresses. Exhibited together, the repeated forms and complex structures of these works offer a meditation and myriad associations to the viewer, suggestive of the human form and its intricate internal, external and psychological systems.⁠

Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads ⁠
⁠23 November 2023 - 13 January 2024 ⁠
12 Brook's Mews, London ⁠













Vik Muniz: SURFACES at our Hong Kong gallery is now open!🥂⁠⁠The exhibition features new works from Muniz’s most recent s...
22/11/2023

Vik Muniz: SURFACES at our Hong Kong gallery is now open!🥂⁠

The exhibition features new works from Muniz’s most recent series, 'Surfaces', which explores concepts of perception, reality, representation and materiality. The 'Surfaces' works invite the viewer to question what lies beneath the surface and explore the dichotomy between the physical object and its depiction, stimulating and expanding the expectations of one’s visual repository. ⁠

Vik Muniz: SURFACES⁠
22 November 2023- 27 January 2024⁠
201 The Factory, 1 Yip Fat Street, Hong Kong ⁠










‘Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads’⁠ will be opening in two weeks time at our London Gallery 🇬🇧 Join us on 22 November ...
10/11/2023

‘Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads’⁠ will be opening in two weeks time at our London Gallery 🇬🇧 Join us on 22 November for the exhibition's private view from 6.30 - 8pm🥂⁠

Ben Brown Fine Arts presents ‘Epistrophies and Heads’, an exhibition of recent paintings by British artist Tony Bevan, at our London gallery. This will be Bevan’s twelfth exhibition with the gallery and marks the second part of our comprehensive exhibition, following the earlier works from this series on view at our Hong Kong gallery through September to November 2023. ⁠

'⁠Epistrophy Orange Red' (2022)⁠
'Head' (2022)⁠
'Epistrophy Grey White' (2022)⁠
'Head' (2021)⁠
'Epistrophy Red White' (2022)⁠


Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads ⁠
Private View: Wednesday, 22 November 2023⁠
23 November 2023 - 13 January 2024 ⁠
12 Brook's Mews, London⁠







'The texture is a combination of color and building up the surface, but a lot of the gestural mark-making is writing...'...
08/11/2023

'The texture is a combination of color and building up the surface, but a lot of the gestural mark-making is writing...' - ⁠

'José Parlá: Phosphene'⁠ is currently exhibited in our London gallery and it explores Parlá's instinctual practice of calligraphic and gestural painting. It is a meditative, rhythmic process that taps into his subconscious and these layers imbue his paintings with both literal and metaphorical depth. ⁠

José Parlá: Phosphene⁠
12 Brook's Mews, London ⁠
11 October - 16 November 2023 ⁠








'Actually, the world around us seems to be getting even more abstract... Phosphene is the most ambiguous thing because i...
27/10/2023

'Actually, the world around us seems to be getting even more abstract... Phosphene is the most ambiguous thing because i'm literally thinking of light, coming through my eyes when they're closed.' - ⁠

'José Parlá: Phosphene', currently exhibited at our London gallery, takes its title from the visual phenomenon that gives the impression of seeing light with eyes closed. The meditative sensation of letting the sun briefly pe*****te one's retina, producing an effect of hues, images and shapes appearing behind closed lids, was immediately translated to his paintings, creating mysterious, evocative landscapes of light and shadow. ⁠

José Parlá: Phosphene⁠
12 Brook's Mews, London ⁠
11 October - 16 November 2023⁠








Happy World Pasta Day, fellow pasta enthusiasts!🍝⁠⁠⁠Vik Muniz is renowned for his complex photographic works and unique ...
25/10/2023

Happy World Pasta Day, fellow pasta enthusiasts!🍝⁠

⁠Vik Muniz is renowned for his complex photographic works and unique employment of a wide range of unconventional materials, including dust, sugar, chocolate, diamonds, caviar, toys, junk, scrap metal, dry pigment, vintage postcards, and magazine shreds. In this work, Muniz reimagines the visage of Medusa from Caravaggio’s c. 1597 painting using only pasta marinara to craft the image.⁠

He created this work just before an exhibition deadline and it created a stir in the media: 'It was so funny that the plate of food made it so quickly to mass media'. ⁠

Vik Muniz 'Medusa Marinara' (1997)⁠








We are excited to announce that 'Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads' at our Hong Kong Gallery has been extended until 11...
23/10/2023

We are excited to announce that 'Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads' at our Hong Kong Gallery has been extended until 11 November. ⁠

The exhibition introduces Bevan’s latest series 'Epistrophies', in which the artist explores the rhythmic, abstract, infinite possibilities inspired by a singular tree which he encountered near his home over many winters. The 'Epistrophies' works will be presented alongside Bevan’s iconic 'Heads' paintings, with which he has similarly taken on a looser, more abstracted approach as this series progresses. ⁠

'Head' (2020)⁠
'Epistrophy Grey White' (2022)⁠
'Head' (2021)⁠
'Epistrophy Red White' (2022)⁠
'Epistrophy Red Orange' (2022)⁠


Tony Bevan: Epistrophies and Heads ⁠
16 September - 11 November 2023 ⁠
201 The Factory, 1 Yip Fat Street, Hong Kong ⁠









Join us for a book signing with José Parlá⁠ this Friday at our London gallery from 6-8PM⁠. This catalogue was created al...
12/10/2023

Join us for a book signing with José Parlá⁠ this Friday at our London gallery from 6-8PM⁠. This catalogue was created alongside the exhibition 'José Parlá: Phosphene' that runs until November 17th⁠.⁠

The significance of the Phosphene paintings lies, in part, in the inspiration that followed Parlá's near-death experience with Covid. This exhilarating and poignant exhibition draws on themes in the artist's practice including memory, energy, urban space, and mark-making. The accompanying text highlights the accomplishments that Parlá has achieved through these 11 new richly textured and layered canvases.⁠



José Parlá: Phosphene opens tonight at our London gallery!🥂⁠⁠'Through ‘Phosphene’ I envision a community of memories to ...
10/10/2023

José Parlá: Phosphene opens tonight at our London gallery!🥂⁠

'Through ‘Phosphene’ I envision a community of memories to both stimulate and provoke questions in the imaginations of people seeing my paintings. This is a universal language for all human beings, so that it unifies, not separates, us.'⁠

⁠José Parlá: Phosphene ⁠
Private View 10 October 6-8pm⁠
12 Brook's Mews, London ⁠
11 October - 17 November 2023 ⁠









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