THE LEONARDO QUESTION is premiered in London
Following huge audience acclaim Caroline Wiseman’s new play The
Leonardo Question will be premiered at The Rosemary Branch Theatre,
London N1 from 4th to 24th June 2010.
The question - where can modern art go from here is explored with
historical insight. We are taken on an enlightening and entertaining journey
through the story of modern art from Cubism to now.
The key players in the history of modern art re-enact, in their actual
words, the important moments of the story of modern art. We meet the
artists: Picasso, Duchamp, Pollock, Warhol, Bacon, Gilbert and George,
Barney, Koons, Murakami, Hirst and Emin as well as the influential people
around them including the legendary Peggy Guggenheim and the powerful
Hans Ulrich Obrist. Leonardo da Vinci provides timeless wisdom.
“The Leonardo Question revolutionizes the art world because, by re-
living art history, we can all understand it. And it stimulates debate about
who will lead us into Post-Conceptualism,” says Caroline Wiseman. “So,
simultaneously in June at The Rosemary Branch Theatre we will hold a ‘Who
is the next Picasso?’ contest, similar to Peggy Guggenheim’s quest when she
discovered Jackson Pollock”.
Most evenings after the performance a leading contemporary art
thinker will lead a discussion over dinner. All are welcome to attend, please
telephone 0207 622 2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for
The Leonardo Question performance dates:
The Rosemary Branch Theatre, 2 Shepperton Road
London, N1 3DT, Friday 4th- Thursday 24th June 2010,
Box office: 020 7704 6665, Tickets £16, Concessions £12
During the Aldeburgh Festival, Early July 2010, Contact: 020 7622
20/21 British Art Fair at the Royal College of Art
Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2EU, Saturday 18th September 2010,
Tickets £16, Concessions £12, Contact 020 7622 2500
During the St Ives Festival
Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th & Saturday 25th September 2010,
Tickets £18, Contact: 020 7622 2500
See the Trailer viewable on YouTube: type ‘The Leonardo Question’.
The Leonardo Question has just been published as a book by Strawberry Art
Press, available at £8.
For more details contact:
26 Lansdowne Gardens, SW8 2EG, London, 020 7622 2500