Thursday October 22, an energetic Maxwell—in a red suit—hosted opening night for Massimo Agostinelli's new "Anagrams" exhibition at Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery, New York's bold risk-taking gallery of the moment. Guests did a double-take at the smooth red Aston Martin DB9 parked outside the Chelsea art gallery. Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim, gallery director, greeted guests who mingled and moved around the interesting artwork to see the words on them morph into anagrams. ("JAMES BOND" turns into "SEND A JOB M"—brilliant, eh.) Music journalist Greg Tate's nutritionist daughter, Chinara Tate, posed in front of the Michael Jackson piece; "MICHAEL JACKSON" turns into "SLICK ON EACH JAM"—as precise as an MJ move. The P.Y.T.'s red smile was thanks to NARS Audacious Lipstick in a poppy-red called "Annabella." And the reserved but striking Luciana Miller, the artist's "future wife" intriguingly dressed in darker artistic colors, quietly displayed what we all are struck by—unchanging love and support for her partner.
Who was there: Guests included Luciana Miller, Robert Agostinelli, Pascale Gallais Agostinelli, Emilio Oribe, Diemante Guobyte, Frank Roberts, Chris Collins, Adam Dell, John Utendahl, Alexander Soros, Chinara Tate, Nicole Fuller, Alexander Yulish, Oly Bernardi, Alina Baikova, Anne Verhallen, Michaela Kocianov, Gregory Dewerpe, Joey B, and others.
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