Therapy exhibition by The Prodigy’s frontman, Maxim

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Therapy exhibition by The Prodigy’s frontman, Maxim

Frontman of The Prodigy, Maxim, launches brand new exhibition, Therapy, at ME London’s Marconi Lounge this January as its Resident Artist.

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ME London Strand London WC2R 1HA United Kingdom

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Contemporary British artist MM, commonly known as Maxim, also the frontman and founding member of British electronic band The Prodigy, presents Therapy at ME London’s iconic Marconi Lounge, launching on 19th January 2023.

Known for his mixed media work that explores paradoxical themes such as strength and weakness, beauty and horror, as well as consumerism versus individuality, MM is a fierce and self-taught individual, with an artistic process that is eclectic and hugely varied.

Adopting such a range of techniques, MM jumps from fine-detailed sculptures to eccentric canvases, even designing handmade bone china carefully embellished with 24-carat gold. Travelling the globe and collecting unorthodox objects for his work such as bullets, blades, skulls, pills and masks, MM’s pieces are often encased in a drenching of resin to keep the image locked away and untouchable.

A trailblazer in music as well as art, Maxim has achieved seven chart-topping albums, international tours and critical acclaim. His compelling stage persona has been the backbone behind multiple awards and universally acknowledged recognition in the history of modern music. Throughout the summer of 2023, Maxim will be touring Europe with The Prodigy, celebrating 25 years of the band's iconic album ‘Fat Of The Land’.

ME London and Gone Rogue are thrilled to be showcasing Maxim’s brand new exhibition, Therapy, with the first of their Resident Artists for 2023, with other upcoming exhibitions for the year ahead soon to be announced.

Maxim’s groundbreaking exhibition, Therapy, will be on display at ME London’s Marconi Lounge from 19th January 2023 for a limited time only, and is available to both residents and members of the public.