Haute Living hosts the Gary Nader Fine Art exhibit launch.
By Philippa Ellis
December 4, 2007, boasted a vast array of the who’s who in the elite social scene of the world, as the One Man Show Exhibit at Gary Nader Fine Art gallery unveiled masterworks from some of the most renowned artists of all time.
With a guest list of 600 of the world’s foremost VIP’s, this invitation-only dinner party had jetsetters from New York, Europe, and Latin America flocking to the shores of Miami to view the gallery’s four remarkable exhibitions: Pablo Picasso “Important Paintings 1920-1972”; Fernando Botero “New Sculpture”; Fran Stella “Five Decades of Paintings and Sculpture”; and Guillermo Muñoz Vera “Eight Days in Havana.”
Maintaining the theme of ultra-exclusivity, event sponsor Grey Goose, along with Haute Living and Rolls-Royce, introduced a new signature drink, a pink cocktail evoking the signature color associated with Art Basel Miami Beach, and appropriately named The Grey Goose Artiste. Attendees included author Tom Wolfe; music producer Emilio Estefan; developer Jorge Perez; internationally renowned artists Frank Stella and Guillermo Muñoz Vera, who discussed their works with guests; pop artist Romero Britto; Adrienne Arsht; former Miami Heat player Rony Seikaly; Cigar Aficionado’s Marvin Shanken; author and TV personality Teresa Rodriguez; developer Ugo Colombo; Tony Goldman; Perry Ellis international’s George Feldenkreis; and Terra’s David Martin.