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A night with the Art

By Marc-Henri J. Kijner - Broker | Published on June 21, 2016 at 12:00AM
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Summer nights in New York are vibrant and filled with cultural and social events. This is what makes this city so attractive to millions of creative minds, artists and art lovers around the globe.
 

 

KSI Realty New York Inc.’s Broker and President Marc-Henri J. Kijner, was invited on June 21st, 2016 to discover iconic British born Shantell Martin's latest exhibition Gone, at 3 Howard Street Gallery in the heart of Nolita. This private, invite only reception announced the visual artist imminent departure from New York City, and celebrated the impact it had on her practice over the past 7 years. Shantell is best known for her stream-of-consciousness drawings and lights projections.  

 

 

The event was impeccably hosted by a funky DJ, several Bombay Sapphire cocktails bars, and trays of French cheeses and sweet Beignets like in New Orleans. The Art displayed on white walls allowed the artist's inner feelings to be expressed to a diverse audience.

 

 

This is another testimony of the influence that New York has on the world's culture scene. It is a constant reminder of the source of inspiration and the "Muse" that this grandiose city plays for many recognized and acclaimed artists such as Shantell Martin. 

 


KSI Realty New York Inc., has several commercial and residential properties available for rent or sale that are suitable for artists such as live/work lofts. Please contact us with your requests. One of our expert licensed salespersons will be delighted to assist you as well as share your passion for art, and everything that it encompasses.

 

 

 
Tags: Art, New York City, New York, Manhattan, New York Lifestyle, Culture, NOLITA

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