White & Rosé Gala Miami 2018'

 

Special collaboration with Lina Condes

'Love Me'

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Bradley Theodore

Based in New York City, Bradley Theodore is a multi disciplinary artist whose iconoclastic approach to art can be found internationally, from 10 foot murals on the streets of New York, Tokyo, and Milan, to sold out solo exhibitions in London. With roots in graphic design, Theodore began his artist career by adorning the streets of New York City with vibrant, chromatic murals of skeleton crews depicting contemporary pop culture and fashion “royalty.” The artist has become a staple in the art and fashion scene in New York City.

Bradley Theodore will be making a special piece of art for this specific Gala driven by the feeling to give the joy and opportunity to create to the most underprivileged children of Haiti and Mexico. 

 

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Participating Artists:

 Tali Almog

 

  "Wave" 48"x48" mixed medium, ink, oil and 3 layers of resin    

"Wave" 48"x48" mixed medium, ink, oil and 3 layers of resin

 

Jean Martin

 

  "Power Balloon" by Jean Martin

"Power Balloon" by Jean Martin

 

 

Host Committee Miami

Gina Wright,  Aura Copeland,  Alicia Hall, Yoeli Goldstein, Justin Lees, Mariano Sopena-Irala, Kris Graham, Dave Sol, Anna Serova, Lisa Abitova, Lenka Leskova, Martina Tasevska, DJ Aloona, Bonnie Calean, Michelle Tidor, Adrew Damian Forbes, Shera Kaan-Lilly, Maxie Kaan-Lilly, Zena Ayoub, Malena Vasquez, Izabela Korcmarosova, Angela Moore

 

 

   Hosted by: Anna Serova

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Speech by  Gina Wright

Music performance by Tyler Gerena

 

Our Sponsors

 

 

 

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Our Events

Les Couleurs co-founders, Aura and Raminta, started the charity by organizing color-themed events that connected young professionals from various social circles in New York with one goal: party with a purpose, make an impact. The color theme relates to child's crayons in a box that always offer the promise of a playful artistic endeavor. 

Nowadays our events are elegant soirees in beautiful venues with accomplished local artists, yet we still keep the playful color-theme true to our spirits. 

Host your own "color" event, spread the word!

Hosting your own Les Couleurs "color" event is a great way to support the work we are doing as well as to have fun while doing it! By hosting an event you will build awareness, increase our base support and raise money to support out students in Haiti.

You can host a gala, a music soiree, a gallery opening, arts picnic or  - any color-theme event that respectfully promotes arts education program for underprivileged children. Download the application form here (Word).

info@lescouleursnyc.org

 
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Host Your Own "Color Event"

You can do it and we will assist you