On September 11, 2016, Mr. Grey introduced Grey Space Art launching a new concept within the art community.
Mr Grey hosted a mix of artists, designers, models, media and NY’s elite at his west village townhouse where he showcased functional glass sculptures.
Guests included Mr. Grey, Parisian DJ Breakbot [Thibault Berland], Michelle Ouellet, Jeremy Pratt, Sophie Lasry, Phil Seigel, Joe Peters, Jeff Carvelho, Karen Gallo, Sarah Klausing, Hanksy, Charles Shedden, Domingo Zapata, Nick Hadad, Harif Guzman, Faust, Laurence Chandler & Joshua Cooper [Rochambeau], Hannah Elliot, Dexter Love and co-hosts Dria Murphy, Laura Baker & Christine Su.
Guests enjoyed cocktails by ESP & champagne from Tattinger 06, Chef Tasuku served sushi from Azabu and sound was provided by Soapbox Productions while Parisian DJ BREAKBOT kept the crowd entertained— all while purveying some of the most eye-dropping glass art sculptures on display throughout the house.
Grey Space Art is the brainchild of its founder “Mr. Grey“, at just 21-years of age, not much is known about “Mr. Grey” except for his tenacity and fresh approach to the art industry. Grey Space Art looks to exhibit artists that are daring, cutting-edge, rebellious and subversive; only showcasing the forefront of the contemporary art scene. Providing an individual experience for high profile art collectors, influencers, and tastemakers, “Mr. Grey” has created an atmosphere that not only includes high-end work but also indulges the senses with world-class accommodations.
As shifts in the industry occur, the medium in which “Mr. Grey” curates new talents will also change but for Grey Space Art’s first opening the chosen medium is Functional Glass Art. Featuring incredible artwork created by some of the best glassblowers in the world, such as Banjo, Joe Peters, Robert Mickelsen, and many more. While the common eye may only see the end use, “ Mr. Grey’s” foremost intention is to showcase these incredible achievements in the glass medium and for these pieces to live as sculptures. Presented at “Mr. Grey’s “ private NYC townhouse, the show will have a limited run as the collection plans to travel to new markets and cities around the world. These highly collectable art works are valued between $5k – $300k USD.
Select pieces will be available on FANCY.COM.