Wednesday, Aug 5, 2009 3:10PM / Event
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On July 25th 2009, Galleri Magazine plus artists selected from Issues 1-4 were invited to take part and attend a major fashion show production held at the Jing Yuan Art Museum in Beijing.
The event "The Art of Life" for multi-label brand SIU featured dance performances, an elaborate fashion show starring supermodel Liu Dan and an exhibition of Galleri artists' work.
Galleri artist's in attendance at the lavish bash were Scott Chan, Kalun, Ike, Emily Eldridge, David RE and Jesper McIlroy as well as Galleri founders Jay FC and Timon Wehrli.
Thanks to Ricky Lo and all the lovely ladies at SIU for the invitation and for making us so welcome in Beijing. This is just the start of many forays into Greater China for the magazine and its mission.
Another great magazine and another epic launch party for GalleriFOUR... Over 500 people showed up to DADA Lounge to get an exclusive first view of the magazine, check out the CLASSY DIRTY Exhibition, down some serious Belvedere cocktails and shake their bootys to some fine tunage courtesy of Simon Pang and the boys from Stattus.
A very big thank you to our sponsors - Belvedere Vodka, DADA Lounge and of course alivenotdead.com for helping to make this one of the best Galleri events so far... And thanks to all those that made it all the way to TST for the party to show their appreciation and support.
Thanks to our very own Steve Wong over at Red Dog for these images. And for more pix of the night check out these links: RED DOG, HKCLUBBING and LIFESTYLE.
A very big thank you to the 700 or more folks who turned out and queued round the block on April 10th to help celebrate the launch of GalleriTHREE. We had a great mix of people and a very appreciative crowd who all seemed genuinely interested in what we're doing – they weren't just there to be seen and get a free drink.. Result!
Also a special thank you to our event sponsors GAS, Kee Club and Bombay Sapphire. And not forgetting a big up to the chunky sounds provided Vinnie and the mighty Kulu.
We were lucky enough to get an invite from Chanel to hold a private reception at the Mobile Art Container on March 29th. Here's a few pix of the event - a veritable feast of ANDers, including Daniel Wu, Andrew Lin, Terence Yin, Lisa S, Michael Wong, Drafus Chow, Damon Howe, Patrick Lee, Min Yoo, Simon Birch, Liza Lebeda and of course Galleri honchos Jay FC and Timon Wehrli and their crews from ChinaStylus and Red Dog.
A very big thank you to Kaye Shu at Chanel for making this happen and for all her support.
It seems everyone was waaay to busy having a good time at this party to get many decent shots - which is probably just as well considering the way the night ended up... And a BIG shout to our event sponsors Racks, Tiger Beer, Pravda Vodka, Mancura and Leap of Faith.
Thanks to William Furniss and Liza Lebeda at hiphongkong.com for the party pix... And a big shout to our event sponsors Kee Club and Bombay Sapphire.
- Galleri Magazine is a ChinaStylus and Red Dog Studio project. Its purpose is to show that Hong Kong’s creative community is alive and well and ready to be seen by the rest of the world....Galleri Magazine is a ChinaStylus and Red Dog Studio project. Its purpose is to show that Hong Kong’s creative community is alive and well and ready to be seen by the rest of the world.
The 148 page magazine celebrates creativity of all kinds across the board without fear or favour. It provides an outlet for ALL artists, particularly those without the means (or inclination) to immerse themselves in the traditional art world.
The magazine has a numbered, limited edition print run of 3,000 copies funded solely by ChinaStylus and Red Dog Studio. It is our way of giving back to the creative community that has been so good to us and it is hoped that it will become a trusted bridge between creators and end-users. The magazine is a non-profit making enterprise and is not an elaborate foil to sell advertising space. There are no fees for contributors and no fees for the viewers, thus leveling the field for all artists and those who appreciate artists’ work.
We are constantly looking for contributions from creative people of all kinds. So if you've got some work that needs a good audience, please get in touch...
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