June 28th, 2018 (Toronto, ON) – INK Entertainment and Taglialatella Galleries are pleased to announce the gallery’s first Canadian location will officially open Friday, July 13th at 99 Yorkville Avenue in Toronto’s coveted Yorkville neighborhood.
Canada’s first Taglialatella Galleries will feature works from world-renowned artists Banksy, Jeff Koons, Warhol and more!
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Taglialatella Galleries and INK Entertainment are pleased to announce they have partnered to launch Canada’s first Taglialatella Galleries location this June in Yorkville, Toronto. Adjacent to INK Entertainment’s new fine-dining Italian restaurant Sofia, the space is an elixir of fine art, design and entertainment, transcending the usual gallery experience.
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Gang’s all here! That was the sentiment shared last night at an intimate dinner celebrating the new Off-White x Jimmy Choo collaboration as every major model of the moment from Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid to Kaia Gerber and Hailey Baldwin came out to the Taglialatella Galleries in Chelsea to fete the most exciting new thing to happen below the ankle in quite some time.
Sunday, February 12, Taglialatella Galleries located in Chelsea, New York hosted a celebratory event, which honored the recent collaboration between two iconic fashion labels: Off-White and Jimmy Choo. In the middle of New York Fashion Week, the star-studded guest list included names like Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Naomie Campbell, Kaia Gerber and Hailey Baldwin, among others.
Considering the people whose portraits Nancy Ellison has shot, it’s no surprise that she has a fund of stories to tell. Sting. Sharon Stone. Jack Nicholson. Mick Jagger. Grace Jones. They’re not all in Nancy Ellison: Nancy - Off Color, the show with which Taglialatella Galleries will celebrate the grand opening Thursday through Jan. 17 of Taglialatella Galleries Due, its new second space in Via Bice. Whether or not the subjects are juicy, the stories always are.
Last month, Taglialatella Galleries hosted an opening reception at its flagship New York City location for Burton Morris’ “Painting Playboy,” the latest in the artist’s Icon Series. “Usually my message has been based on what is going on in pop culture,” the artist told Playboy ahead of the exhibition’s opening.
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Playboy is likely naked ladies, not art. But the magazine’s historical ties to the art world—specifically within the realm of pop art—are actually quite rich, with artists from Keith Haring and James Rosenquist to Patrick Nagel and Salvadore Dalí (who once posed for the rag in 1973) having created work for Playboy‘s pages. Founder Hugh Hefner, who passed away in September, was a cartoonist himself before launching his empire in 1953, and Art Paul, Playboy’s founding art director and the man behind the iconic bunny logo, commissioned tons of illustrators and artists to contribute works to the publication throughout his 30-year career. Now, Playboy, currently helmed by Hefner’s son, Cooper, can add another artist collaboration to its roster: Burton Morris.
Burton Morris is many things—an American pop artist in the tradition of fellow Pittsburgh native and Carnegie Mellon alum Andy Warhol, a former advertising art director and a lifelong devotee of comic superheroes, which he taught himself to draw at the age of three, when a well-intentioned attempt to imitate Tarzan on the monkey bars put the budding artist in a full-body cast for two and a half months. And come this fall, Morris can add “Playboy artist” to the list. On November 9, the artist will debut an original collection of Playboy-inspired work at Taglialatella gallery in New York City.
Taglialatella Galleries is pleased to present Zevs: Liquid Assets, an exhibition of iconic original and limited edition works by influential graffiti and pop artist Cristophe Schwarz, aka Zevs. Featuring paintings on canvas and board, sculpture, and select works on paper, the exhibition will open on September 14th, 2017 at the gallery location in Chelsea, NY.
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