Taglialatella Gallerie Toronto Opening at Sofia

Taglialatella Gallerie Coming Soon!

INK Entertainment and Taglialatella Galleries are pleased to announce the gallery’s first Canadian location will officially open Friday, July 13th at 99 Yorkville Avenue in Toronto’s coveted Yorkville neighborhood.

A partnership between legendary entrepreneurs Charles Khabouth and Danny Soberano of INK Entertainment and New York based Taglialatella Galleries, the Toronto location will showcase some of today’s finest pop and street art works.

“We are striving to set the bar high for contemporary art galleries north of the border,” says Dominic J. Taglialatella, Founder, Taglialatella Galleries. “After observing a vested interest in pop and street art genres from Canadian clientele at our US locations, we have worked tirelessly to curate a collection of exceptional paper, original painting and sculpture works by some of the world’s best and emerging artists for Toronto to enjoy.”

Artists to be featured at time of opening include the anonymous graffiti master Banksy, the precociously talented Jean-Michel Basquiat, the legendary Keith Haring, American contemporary artist Logan Hicks, the famed Mr. Brainwash, the French pixelated genius Invader, the iconic Jeff Koons, commercial and pop culture pro Roy Lichtenstein, the trailblazing female mixed media artist Swoon, pop art pioneer Andy Warhol and many more.

Internationally recognized pop artists Rubem Robierb and Russell Young are attending the private grand opening on July 12th as honourary guests available for interview, with works featured in the gallery and INK Entertainment’s adjoining fine-dining Italian restaurant, Sofia.

“We cannot wait to open the gallery doors to the Yorkville community,” says Charles Khabouth, CEO, INK Entertainment. “The works displayed and the curated experience closely linked with our neighbouring restaurant Sofia is fantastic.”

Designed by award-winning interior design firm Studio Munge, the gallery is connected to INK Entertainment’s newest restaurant Sofia by a shared lobby encouraging of exploration between the venues. A destination of upper-tier dining and classic Italian cuisine, an impressive collection of art is displayed throughout the restaurant and available for purchase.

Upon launch, Taglialatella Galleries Toronto will be open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm.Contemporary art specialist and gallery director Alan Ganev will oversee the venue.


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