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Le Baron wasn’t the only New York opening by nightlife entrepreneur André Saraiva this month. Lil' Andre is also an artist, and his first NYC exhibition, “Love Letters,” opened at Half Gallery last Saturday, luring a crowd of the city’s beautiful and damned at the unusually early hour of 6:00 p.m. The tiny gallery space was packed with fashionable bodies, many speaking foreign languages, commenting on the art, and scanning the well-lit room for faces familiar under darker circumstances. More»
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Last night, nightlife impresario and graffiti artist Andre Saraiva held the kind of screening for his directorial debut The Shoe that most critically lauded directors dream about long after filling their trophy cases with various awards. The third floor of the Standard was packed tight with his friends, socialites, and the sort of people who look oddly familiar in the glossy, impeccably tousled way that makes you think you saw them in a Ray Ban ad or in one of the photos that streamed endlessly out of Coachella. More»
via guestofaguest.com Graffiti artist and International nightlife impresario Andre Saraiva seems to be taking on every project except opening his highly anticipated New York outpost of Le Baron. His latest short film, The Shoe, starring girlfriend Annabelle Dexter Jones has premiered, but the Chinatown spot was scheduled to be ready by February for Fashion Week, but remained closed. MORE>>>
Graffiti artist and International nightlife impresario Andre Saraiva seems to be taking on every project except opening his hotly anticipated New York outpost of Le Baron. His latest: short film, The Shoe, for luxury footwear brand J.M. Weston starring girlfriend Annabelle Dexter Jones and the guy who played Telly in Kids. More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.