BETHPAGE, N.Y., Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Grumman Gallery's soft opening in October celebrated the exclusive exhibit of internationally renowned expressionist painter Giovanni DeCunto. The official grand opening on November 21, 2013 at 6pm will pair his work with popular landscape photographer Asia Lee. The Gallery is located in Suite 1 of Grumman's Suites.
DeCunto's "The Spirit & The Modern," the centerpiece of Grumman Gallery, explores the duality of our innermost selves and our nearly fanatical obsession with celebrity, the afterlife and technology.
"Grumman Gallery will be a hub for exhibitions of all kinds and all mediums: photography, digital art and more. The variety of selected artists and pieces will create 'must see' exhibits. We want people to be blown away," said Vanessa Ferrelli, Grumman Gallery owner.
Villarini Maclean, a digital marketing firm located in Suite 2, aims to connect the dots for businesses, brands and events. Some of their clients include: rock n' roll hall of famer and xl Recordings artist Bobby Womack, Hyundai, Grumman Gallery and Grumman Studios.
"People talk about art and tech as if they're so different, but I think they're more similar than people care to admit," said Kristina Villarini, founder of Villarini Maclean.
"'The Spirit & The Modern' is both transformative and provoking, while Asia Lee's landscapes, show us the beauty of a non-digital environment. Those are two completely different experiences that we're inviting our guests to have," said Ferrelli.
Asia Lee's landscapes and "The Spirit & The Modern" will be available to view with RSVP at Grumman Galley on November 21, 2013. Grumman Gallery is showing both collections by appointment-only. For art inquiries, to schedule a viewing or to RSVP, contact: Michelle Chorney, 917-387-7277.
Suite 1 and 2 are currently available to rent for private and corporate events. For inquiries, contact: Nikki Zuccaro, 516-732-8017.
For more information regarding Villarini Maclean, please visit: www.villarinimaclean.com.
Contact: Michelle Chorney
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