NEW YORK, February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The evening will begin with a live performance segment that will include a set of original music by brooklynMargot & The Midnight Tenants, dance-based indie pop/rock band, a dance piece by award-winning artists Elena Binder and Zeki Maviyildiz, a short theatrical scene featuring the actress Amy Stiller (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Bull, HBO Divorce, Love lifeAt Home With Amy Sedaris) and SKG directed by the independent filmmaker Matthew Kohnand a special healing sound meditation by Tiffany Adams. The performance elements will dialogue with the works on display and offer guests an immersive experience that appeals to all the senses. A portion of the paintings sold will be donated to an association helping orphans of Ukraine.
CEO and Founder of Maxdi, Mahdi Haghzadeh, said: “Maxdi Gallery is delighted to present Sasha K. Gordon inspiring and moving work. Her art really resonates with the ‘Flow’ brand we’re creating at Maxdi and she’s bringing that vibrant new energy back to SoHo.”
Artist SKG said: “It’s a dream come true and an incredible honor for me to make my debut at Maxdi Gallery. Making art has been cathartic for me and I’m incredibly grateful to now have a such a beautiful space to share with people seeking healing and hope in today’s turbulent world.”
About the Gallery: Maxdi Gallery designed and developed by Maxdi, Inc. is a brand new gallery located at 412 West Broadway in SoHo. He currently represents artists who work with traditional media, such as paintings and sculptures, and who seek to explore new and growing digital and NFT markets. The gallery’s inaugural exhibition at November 2021 was a powerful selection of bronze sculptures by French sculptor and multidisciplinary artist Aima Saint Hunon.
About the artist: Sasha K. Gordon is a Ukraine-born, New York-based freelance film actress and intuitive painter. She is best known for her work in the title role of the critically acclaimed independent film “Natasha” by David Bezmozgis, for which she received a Best Actress nomination at the Canadian Screen Awards. The film was successful on the international festival circuit and premiered in new York and Canadian theaters to rave reviews from numerous publications, including The New York Times. Other film roles include Craig Singer’s award-winning psychological thriller “6:45”, “Zulu Wedding” and by Matthew Kohn “Luxe Hotel” which recently had its world premiere at the NYC Indie Theater Film Festival at the New Ohio Theater. At the start of Covid, SKG began creating custom healing paintings through their new art project, Wav8motion (Wavemotion). SKG recently wrote a personal essay on popular online publishing platform Medium about how she turned to art after a traumatic experience she suffered in 2015. The article can be found here: https://medium.com/@sashakgordon/per-aspera-ad-astra-382c4f41c873
For more information, visit:
Sasha K. GordonWav8motion, 1 240-688-8524, [email protected]
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