Time & Date
ART MESO LA GENÈSE EXHIBITION OPENING NIGHT
SATURDAY, July 16, 2022
Showtimes 6:00PM -8:00pm AND 9:00pm-11pm
1155 Avenue of AmericasNew York, New York 10036
Lights! Camera! Fashion! Enjoy complimentary Wine and Cuisine by our Celebrity Chef, Carlos Brown Well-known for being featured in the Smithsonian African-American Museum for his authentic dish Shrimp & Grits, Carlos Brown has served A-list & Red Carpet favorites such as gospel singer & Stellar Award-winning Jekayln Carr, Golden Globe winner Jim Carrey, NBA Giant & multi-ring recipient Shaquille O’Neal, media mogul Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Danny Glover, Viola Davis, Ray Lewis, Whoopi Goldberg, Davis & Tamela Mann, President Barack Obama and many many more. *Enjoy Live Music and Signature Drinks for an Amazing Experience! *Participate in our silent auction that benefits non-profit Saprea.
Watch in awe as the Art Meso Exhibitions come to life! See the most beautiful and artistic Fashion and Artwork from our International Designers and Artists.
Enjoy this artistic expression of passages from the book of Genesis that is full of majestic, euphoric, and exhilarating experiences of the Arts. Enter into an Enchantment of beauty, art, imagination, creativity, and fashion!An Illuminating exhibit immersed in art and fashion from designers and artists from the Republic of Moldova, Spain, Turkey, Atlanta, Trinidad, New York, and many more in a museum-style setting!
Chef Carlos Brown, Andrea Heart-Trinidad and Tobago, Constanzia Yurashko-Republic of Moldova, Ece Ozalp-Istanbul, It Spain-SpainAlba Jimenez-Spain, Nicholas Lucius-USA, Richard Iwanski-USA, Rocio Villanueva- Mexico, Tamara Gammon-Jamaica, Jennifer Sutton-USA, Tony Trunzo- Italy, Arthur Ball- USA, Karina Medelean-Mexico
Art Meso gives back to non-profit organizations such as Make-A-Wish, One Arte, and Children Helping Children. This year's event supports Saprea.
Saprea is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping survivors of child sexual abuse find healing, empowering caregivers to protect their kids, and raising awareness around an epidemic that, in the US alone, impacts 1 in 5 children.”www.saprea.org