The Story of the Creative

Artists and guests around the world waiting for the official Opening.

Artists and guests from around the world before the official Opening

July 25, 2013  – The Story of the Creative, a large exhibit has been opened at Angel Orensanz Foundation for Arts, Manhattan, NYC. The Opening itself gathered artists and their guests from various states and countries. It took about two hours to enter the Opening Exhibition for so many visitors were eager to see the diverse artworks presented on digital large screens located at the perimeter of the former cathedral converted into an exhibition space. It added mystery and excitement to the whole show.

At the Opening Event| Angel Orensanz Foundation  for Arts

At the Opening Event| Angel Orensanz Foundation for Arts

re:artiste is proud to announce that our art curator and artist, Natalie Burlutskaya, were among the artists whose works have been selected to participate in the exhibit as well as be a part of the Opening Event.

Natalie's artworks demonstrated during the Opening

Natalie’s artworks demonstrated during the Opening

From the exhibition organizer, William Etundi Jr.: “…historians of the future will base their conjectures about us on the contemporary art, fashion, and music that is happening at this very moment… The work showcased in The Story of the Creative speaks to the diversity of voices so crucial to our international cultural dialogue.”

The artworks are presented in a very contemporary style – on digital screens, and you can view the show at the See Exhibition Space, Long Island City, through September 10th.

Artists Natalie Burlutskaya and Alvaro Montagna

Artists Natalie Burlutskaya and Alvaro Montagna at the Opening

Maria Kordova and Natalie Burlutskaya of re:artiste

Maria Kordova and Natalie Burlutskaya of re:artiste

Official Letter of Inclusion of Natalie's artworks | The Story of the Creative

Official Letter of Inclusion of Natalie’s artworks | The Story of the Creative

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