Giuliano’s fine art portfolio is getting a host of exposure lately, with exhibitions in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.
Kicking off the calendar was the Los Angeles Antiques Art + Design Show, an interiors showcase co-presented by LACMA on October 10-14. The event took place at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica and featured an opening night gala attended by some of the most prestigious collectors in the world.
A related event, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, will be on view from October 25-28 at Fort Mason Center in the Marina District. Giuliano’s work will be exhibited in the Habité Décoration space. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Rounding out the month will be Portrait of America, Commemorating Visions of Hope, Loss and Celebration: 2008-2012, at the Joy Wai Gallery in New York City. Curated by LA-based conceptual artist Ramses Granados, the show’s opening reception is thoughtfully scheduled for the eve of Election Day and promises to bring together the work of an eclectic international group of visual artists, musicians, photojournalists and cultural luminaries including Daniel Ash (painter/musician of Bauhaus) and Will Sergeant (painter/musician of Echo and the Bunnymen). For more information or to RSVP to the opening November 5 at the Angel Oresanz Foundation, click here.