Photo Gallery: Artists Wanted’s Night Event

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In honor of Scope Art Show‘s tenth year in New York City, Artists Wanted took over the Angel Orensanz Foundation to put on The Night Event. During this event for Armory Arts Week, the oldest standing synagogue in New York City was animated with live musical performances from Gang Gang Dance, La Realit (featuring Didi Gutman of the Brazilian Girls), DJs Andrew Andrew, and a curated selection of video from 15 artists. From the VIP lounge, burlesque aerialists performed in hoops and white silk sheaths hanging from the rafters wearing art-couture headdresses by Lainie Love Dalby. And all of the proceeds went to benefit The Elysium Project, a philanthropic organization that supports artists while providing therapeutic art experiences for disabled children. Click through for a selection of photos from the night.

Andrew Andrew take a break from spinning to bring you a word from the sponsors.

La Realit perform

Art installation

Art installation

Art installation

Lainie Love Dalby in one of her own creations. Dalby designed the headdresses for the aerialists.

Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance