Street Artist George Nicolas-Nader Shares His Haute Secrets

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george naderGeorge Nicolas-Nader, better known as Mister George, is a street Artist that started his artistic career after picking up a Jean-Michael Basquiat book. His knowledge from fashion school lead to his collaboration with luxury men’s and women’s designer Fabrice Tardieu during Art Basel 2016. Following that, he has been focusing on the Latin Music Industry painting clothing and creating paintings for musicians like Juanes, J Balvin, Nicky Jam, Arcangel, among many more. He has characterized his own emoji, influenced by Mister Nice Guy. Currently, Mister George continues to work with the Latin musicians, and expanding to the rap industry and focusing on this year’s upcoming Art Basel.

Where were you born: I was born and raised in Miami, FL

How long in Miami: I have lived in Miami for twenty-two years

Neighborhood: I have lived in Coral Gables & Brickell. Now I’m living between Downtown & the Dominican Republic.

Occupation: I am a Visual / Street Artist

Favorite Restaurants:  Zuma, Komodo, Bazaar Mar, Matsuri, SBG

Best Sushi: Matsuri

Best Italian:  Bar Pitti in New York

Best dessert: Fireman Derek’s and The Salty Donut in Wynwood

Best place for a romantic date: Coney Island

Best Sunday brunch: Zuma

Best place for a power business meeting: At my representative’s house

If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend? The Faena or The Edition

Favorite shopping venue / boutique: Bal Harbor, Barney’s, Balmain, Yeezy, Gucci, Givenchy

Favorite place to buy jewelry / watches: David Yurman, Versace, Alexander McQueen.

Best spa: The spa at the Viceroy

Favorite charity event: Refuge in Paint

Favorite cultural event: Art Basel Miami / Design Miami

Favorite cultural institution: La Zona Colonial in Dominican Republic, it is where my deceased grandfather’s hotel is, the area holds a lot of African and native Taino influences which have also influenced me in my work.

Best Steakhouse: Peter Luger, NYC

Best Pizza: Lucali

Best Lunch: SBG café, Dominican Republic

Best Massage: A Chinese foot massage after a lot of walking in NYC.

Best Gym/ Athletic Facility: Equinox

Best Limousine/Driving Service: NYX

Best Museum / Exhibit: Metropolitan Museum, Whitney Museum, Jean – Michael Basquiat’s The Unknown Notebooks

Describe your city in three words: A fast, adventurous, eclectic city.

Favorite historic / legendary place to see or explore: Los Roques in Venezuela

All-around favorite spot in Miami: Wynwood for sure.  Great restaurants, bars, and of course art

Best Aspect of Miami: The growing influence of the art scene in Miami.

 

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