Sunday, 8 December 2013

LIBERATUM's GALAXY STARS

In the garden of Soho Beach House, I was given the most incredible time.  Liberatum and Samsung Galaxy hosted an evening to remember to finish off the week at Miami Art Basel. The new Samsung's are stylish and easier to use than the iPhone, bigger, more glamorous, and with a watch that takes photographs, stores memory, contacts, videos, it is more useful. I am now a fully fledged technical wizard of a  woman.
STACY EMIN AND AMANDA ELIASCH
Liberatum know how to give parties, the flowers, the artistic content, the people, Pablo Ganguli certainly has the talent to stimulate. Showing us a film he had made with Tomas Auksas on culture, he has high standards that he likes to meet. Amongst artists the conversation was stimulating, such a difference when you are with people you admire. Michael Nyman was there and I am a huge fan, of music, everybody loved him last night, and Tracey Emin too. With JR  and the glamour of Stacy Engman, and the quiet intelligence of Diana Picasso, Leigh Lezark, Kesh, Martha Fiennes, Marcel Wanders, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Marc Quinn, standards were high. No riff raff here. Pablo selects his friends carefully, making sure that there is balance in everything. We were fortunate to have rain because it meant that everything wrapped up slightly earlier than normal. This was good because outside we bumped into Baz Luhrmann, director of The Great Gatsby and spent 15 minutes getting to know him. Much better than meeting him at a party, it was more meaningful and nobody interrupted us.  He was definitely the best dressed man on the street.
TRACEY EMIN

Three days ago Pablo generously gave me a viewing of my film, The gun the cake and the butterfly at The Colony, a huge beautiful art deco theatre attended by Michele Lamy, Tim Noble and Sue Webster among other dear friends who travelled from different parts of the world to support me. My film shone. I like a big screen, and an intimate audience. I would like that at home.
Also it has been jam packed with events and stunning pieces of art.
AMANDA ELIASCH AND DIANA PICASSO

PABLO GANGULI
IN MIAMI WE ALL NEED HELP AND HOPE
MARTHA FIENNES LOOKING RAVISHING

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