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IN PICTURES: RLTY NYC sponsors Hoerle-Guggenheim exhibition event

Ben Benalloul, Philippe Hoerle Guggenheim==Let It Be @ Sixty Soho==60 Soho, NYC==July 15, 2015==©Patrick McMullan==Photo - Patrick McMullan /
Ben Benalloul, Philippe Hoerle Guggenheim


The Gordon Bar at The Sixty Soho Hotel hosted “A Night to Let It Be,” an art exhibit featuring the works of the Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery and sponsored by RLTY NYC, showcasing a selection of original drawings that were created for a Beatles short film entitled, “She Said So,” which was displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York many years ago. Benjamin Benalloul, co-founder of RLTY-NYC.  “Coming from a family of avid art collectors, I remain enthusiastic about pairing art and real estate, along with other meaningful brands in the community.  I look forward to continuing to host many similar events and bringing people together to celebrate these two exciting industries.” The exhibit will run until August 1, 2015 and is open to the public.

Photos by Patrick McMullan

Manny Amankwah, Remi Malca
Ashley Harris, Marino Havio, Jennifer Pina
Marino Havio, Gregory Havio
Larry Pomeranc, Debbie Pomeranc
Caroline Powers, Caroline Hodes, Jane Golotko, Emily Holuta
Maggie Kempner, Ian Kempner
Racine Sy, Mitch Adelstein
Michelle Verblow, Andrei Ingat
Philippe Hoerle Guggenheim, Ami Pomeranc, Ben Benalloul
Philippe Hoerle Guggenheim, Ami Pomeranc
Olvier Evans, Anne Verhallen
Ben Benalloul, Philippe Hoerle Guggenheim

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