Saphira & Ventura Gallery in partnership with Artitude Galerie are honored to invite you and guest for the Reception of Vive La France, I Love NY Art Exhibition.
Curated by Alcinda Saphira, Jean Pierre Lorriaux and Louis Ventura
Come and joy us a special Soiree evening and toast to ART
Artists: Laurence Bourdon, Anne Broitman, Calo, Régine Caudwell, Marie Chardiny, Laure Charvet, Pascal Coignard, Christine Dumas De Rauly, Annie Galipot, Sylvie Gesbert de Linea, Aurélien Hild, Falola, Stella Kaloudis, Jacques Ligoureaud, Nicodi, Philippe Pagani, Vera Steel, Anypol, Mary Chaplin, Collete Gimie Collin, Nicole D’Arexy, Nicole Decote, Beatrice Gaucher, Eliane Hurtado, Mariza Jonath, Sylvie Julkowsky, Seak Kae, A Nana, Paula, Jean Pierre Querin, Mercedes Soret, Pascal Stutz, Wablex, Gregoire de Mont-Marin, Fabienko, Sofia-Christina Lanteric, Carole Le Pers, Mabris, Tran Nam, Jotape, Marcos Amaro, Fátima Campos, Ricardo Raposo, Isabela Couto, Marita Wolff, Stalleikem, Doris Geraldi, Acacio Pereira, Pietrina Checacci, Gregory Fink, Beatriz Deruiz, Julia Equi, Vera Hermano, Berenice Valverde and Judite Pimentel.
FRENCH / BRAZIL/ USA RECEPTION NIGHT Music / Poetry & Silent Auction Tuesday, September 22,2015 Soirée From 6- 9:30 PM R.S.V.P by September 22 firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday,26 September, 2015 LIVE ART by RENE NASCIMENTO MUSIC by LILY LION PERFORMANCE by GISELE RIBEIRO Saturday, 26 September 2015 From 2 - 8 SAPHIRA & VENTURA GALLERY: 4W 43 Street Ground Floor and Suite 415- NY -NY 10036 Between 5º & 6º avenues Supported by NYICAS, ARTITUDE GALERIE, SAPHIRA & VENTURA Gallery Brasileirinho News Paper
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