Inside VIP Cocktail Opening Of Alec Monopoly And David Yarrow Galleries At Fontainebleau

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Alec Monopoly
Alec Monopoly

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

Haute Living joined forces with Art Life and the Maddox Gallery London for a VIP cocktail party to present the highly coveted artworks of famed street artist Alec Monopoly and fine photographer, David Yarrow, during Art Basel Miami. The exclusive event, which took place at the iconic Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, provided VIP guests with an exclusive preview of the gallery a day before it officially opened to the public.

Donovan Carter, David Yarrow
Donovan Carter, David Yarrow

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

The artists themselves made special appearances at the gallery, much to the delight of the art enthusiasts in the crowd, and garnered a lot of star power by way of the long list of A-listers who attended. Notable guests included reality TV star Scott Disick and his girlfriend, model Sofia Richie, Foodgōd Jonathan Cheban, Maddox Gallery owner Jay RutlandEduardo Serio of Black Jaguar White Tiger, Crime by Design‘s Ray Vanderbilt, Donovan Carter from the popular HBO series Ballers, fashion designer Philipp Plein, Fontainebleau President and Chief Operating Officer Philip Goldfarb, Josh Altman from E!’s hit show Million Dollar Listing and many more.

Sofia Richie, Scott Disick, Alec Monopoly
Sofia Richie, Scott Disick, Alec Monopoly

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

Eduardo Serio, David Yarrow
Eduardo Serio, David Yarrow

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

Both Alec Monopoly and David Yarrow presented some of their latest art pieces – Alec Monopoly used pop culture icons, such as David Bowie, as his latest subjects, while Yarrow introduced a series of prints with wolves, in his signature black-and-white coloring – as well as some of their more popular works, including Monopoly’s famed, fictional subjects Richie Rich and Mr. Monopoly, and Yarrow’s lions. Monopoly also showcased colorful, metallic sculptures, one of which he debuted earlier in the day in conjunction with his partnership with Tag Heuer.

David Yarrow
David Yarrow

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

As guests made their way around the large space, furnished by Equilibrium Group Inc., they perused the priceless pieces, many of which were purchased that evening, and enjoyed sips of Tattinger Champagne and cocktails made with Hangar 1 vodka and Botanist gin from the onsite bar.

Alec Monopoly, Philipp Plein
Alec Monopoly, Philipp Plein

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

Eduardo Serio, Jay Rutland, David Yarrow
Eduardo Serio, Jay Rutland, David Yarrow

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

Alec Monopoly, Philip Goldfarm
Alec Monopoly, Philip Goldfarb

Photo Credit: Romain Maurice

 

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