Corcoran and GTIS Partners hosted an elegant art opening in a brand new residence at 101 West 78th Street, a beautiful, pre-war building on the Upper West Side that has been tastefully restored by AD-100 designer Stephen Sills.
“Winter Fire” is a self-curated group exhibition featuring the works of New York City based artists Paddy Cohn, Laurent Elle Badessi, Jeremy Silva and David Paul Kay. In collaboration with GTIS Partners, artists merged sculpture, photography and painting into a harmonized show at 101 West 78th Street in a 4th floor residence overlooking the Museum of Natural History. The exhibition “Winter Fire” will be on display through the rest of the season and available for viewing by appointment.
All of the artists were in attendance, as were high-profile guests such as Kate Miller, Alison Rosen, Heidi Lanino, Michael Chen and Amie Deutch.
Originally constructed in 1886 and designed by Belgian-born architect Emile Gruwe, 101 West 78th Street was transformed into a timeless, modern property. It includes a boutique collection of 21 grand and elegant residences that range from two- to five-bedrooms. The luxury homes are exquisitely appointed with custom finishes by “AD100” designer Stephen Sills and classic layouts that include well-proportioned living spaces flooded with natural light.
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