Basel Paris set the trend this year with the world opening up post pandemic PP as they say in gay Paree. From gallery hop to name-drop, there definitely was enough.
Did I give a choice this year for the most fun exhibit? Dahlinks, it definitely must go to Meloy Art Movement’s Zoia Skoropadenko. This blonde superwoman is the brain behind all my Parisian trendy events Art-y farty affair.
For Art Week, she curated seamlessly attention scream Keith Haring Party to Champagne.Snail.Art.pop-up to sold-out Icelandico-Ukranico definitely sent waves to both connoisseurs and academe.
Drummer gurl Japanese doll Eva Kursner and sexy US dude Kevin Bowers blew my mind going down the cave-exhibit. Leaving me breathless, I winded down a tunnel that led me to more Art.
Yes, palangginging, lil ole me put on his Paris boots and crossed the river Seine on this perfect Indian summer in the city night. It was a Keith H. Night when natives were restless and in the mood for a stroll inside the most beautiful city in the world.
Monaco based Zoia is the only only link between all these multidisciplinary artists around the world but also an art curator and person behind this exhibition.
She premiered her renown series of “Notre Dame Brule” – the development of reconstruction of the Cathedral from her studio window.
“If you want to start your art collection – 99.9 Exhibition is great start.” says my fav blonde art impresario. And I’ll spend all of this long weekend following Tamara Falco who I last saw was wearing a nun’s headress! Btw, she’s the daughter of Isabel Preysler.
In you, Lord, I have taken refuge; let me never be put to shame; deliver me in your righteousness. Turn your ear to me, come quickly to my rescue; be my rock of refuge, a strong fortress to save me. Psalm 31:1–2, NIV*