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IMG_0924If you follow my blog, you will remember I gave you a first look at Liquid Art House. They are now open and taking reservations! Monday night we attended the LAH opening party. Their premier exhibition, “Outside In” features street artists from around the world. This exhibit will run until June 17th.

IMG_0925The artists included are: L7M (Sao Paulo), Tammam Azzam (Damascus), ICY and SOT (Tehran), Adrian Sonni (Buenos Aires), MOR (Brooklyn), Yazzan Halwani (Beirut), Antoine Paris (Paris), Dale May (NYC), Jennifer Merchant (NYC), John Houshmand (NYC), Fabio Fornasier (Venice), Cuba Skate (Havana), Coyote Painting Walls (Boston), Dainius Macikenas (Vilnius) and Con Art Collective (NYC).

IMG_0927All the work on display is for sale.

IMG_0928A piece by Tammam Azzam.

IMG_0929With art on every wall, every table feels special.

IMG_0930ICY and SOT are stencil artists from Tabriz Iran, who are currently based in Brooklyn. The two brothers have held exhibits all around the world. This piece is entitled “water pollution”.

IMG_0931“Hope”. Follow them on Instagram.

IMG_0932I think this was my favorite ICY and SOT piece, titled “The Hunger”.

IMG_0934You can enjoy a full dinner in the dining room or small bites at the bar. Either way, chef Rachel Klein will not disappoint you.

IMG_0935With all the different styles of art on display, there is something that is bound to speak to you.

IMG_0940This rice paper piece hanging in the window can be seen inside and outside – giving passers by a little preview of what the expect inside.

IMG_0943This Coyote Painting Walls piece divides the room.

IMG_0949There were all mediums of art on display – they are even set up for digital art (can’t wait to see that). Above are the old portrait series by ICY and SOT.

IMG_0950Amazing skate boards in bright colors by Lauren and Miles of Cuba Skate.

IMG_0957The “Compared to What” mural is the focal piece behind the bar.

IMG_0955The chef’s table.

IMG_0937The evening featured light bites. Chef Ensan Wong and Kylee Anderson were busy in the kitchen making sure everything was ready for Tuesday’s opening night.

IMG_0978It was a wonderful evening, there was a great turn out. So who showed up? The fabulous Janet Wu, The Good Ones co-founders Jennifer Brooke and Carolyn Kim – looking stylish as ever, stylist Erica Corsano, PR maven Diane Mantouvalos, Chris Haynes from CBH Communications, and editor and publisher of Food Service East, Susan Holaday.

IMG_0987The very stylish Ana Katarina Vinkler Petrovic, Liquid Art House’s curator.

IMG_0965Peter, a server at Liquid Art House, was killing it with his leopard pants.

IMG_0975Marissa and her sister, who write the blog Dangellama, were in attendance and they were both looking quite stylish.

IMG_0968The AMAZING Doris Yaffe, at 85 years young, told me her secret to staying young is having  a great attitude! Yaffe, a publicist for non profits, is a style icon.

IMG_1009Adrian Sonni, was born in Buenos Aires and he currently resides in Brooklyn.

IMG_1011ICY and SOT.

IMG_1026ICY and SOT.

IMG_1029Ivan Fernandez Gonzalez, the “independent art warrior” of Coyote Painting Walls. Ivan was so personable, with a secret grin on his face, he loved having his photo taken.

Looking forward to stopping in for dinner one night soon!

Liquid Art House

100 Arlington Street, Boston, MA

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