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"Reflections: Art & Beauty," Exhibition Of Contemporary Art Center Hosted By Sherle Wagner & Fairweather Magazine Benefits The Watermill Center

Edward Callaghan
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Sherle Wagner's Albert Fierro and actress Aida Turturro. (Photo: Melvin Wright Photography)

The worlds of art, fashion, design, business and media came together for "Reflections: Art & Beauty," a one-night-only exhibition of significant contemporary art works to benefit Robert Wilson's internationally acclaimed arts incubator, The Watermill Center. Hosted by Sherle Wagner International, the premier source, world-wide, for luxury bath hardware, and bath accessories and the recently launched Fairweather Magazine dedicated to following La Dolce Vita world-wide, the Vernissage drew over 400 guests to the gorgeous showroom. A magnificent sculpture in painted and chromed steel, "Rev. E. Piscapalian Study" by the renowned John Chamberlain towered over attendees as they arrived and were greeted by Evan Geoffroy, CEO, Sherle Wagner, Alexandra Fairweather and Eric Goodman, co-founders Fairweather Magazine and Pinki Patel of The Watermill Center.

Sherle Wagner CEO Evan Geoffroy with Fairweather Magazine founders, Alexandra Fairweather and Eric Goodman. (Photo: Melvin Wright Photography)


While sipping exquisite Los Vacos Chardonnay from Les Domaines Barons Rothschild (Lafitte) and a festive Valdo Prosecco Brut courtesy of wine consultant Jacques Bissat of Nouvelle Lumiere, guests admired the works of several of the world's leading contemporary artists including Milton Avery, Tigran Tsitoghdzyan, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Robert Motherwell, Craig Poler, Guillaume Roemaet and Jeremy Wagner. The works were brilliantly placed in tableaux created by Sherle Wagner's design team and curated by Alexandra Fairweather, Katherine Vogel, Danyel Mahmood and Maria-Anna Goess.

Paola Bacchini Rosenshein and Jean Shafiroff. (Photo: Melvin Wright Photography)


Among the glittering assemblage were producer Wendy Federman, Joan and George Hornig, Anne Huntington, Sylvia Martins-Niarchos, Jean Shafiroff, Prudence Fairweather, Aida Turturro ("The Sopranos"), acclaimed portrait photographer Christophe von Hohenberg, artists Bradley Hart, Steven Brahms, Jeremy Wagner, Joanna Shelby and Suzanne LaFleur, Ann Rapp, designer Shauri Wu, Paola Bacchini Rosenshein & Arnie Rosenshein, Nicole Noonan and husband Steven Knobel, art dealer Anita Shapolsky, Dr. Penny Grant, Dawne Marie Grannum, publisher Suzanna Bowling, Gary Andreassen, interior designer Lutfi Yilmaz, Madison Square Garden's Kerry Callaghan, author Irene Aldridge with husband Steven Krawciw of Able Alpha, Errol Rappaport, Diana Kashan, Dr. Matt Kaufman, Julie Keyes, David Lotz, Kellen Svetov, Joanna Sterling, Dana Michele Prussian, Bill Goodman, Marcel Goodman and Chantel and scores more.


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