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Joel Wachs (president, Andy Warhol Foundation), Doreen Remen (co-founder, Art Production Fund) and Andrew Kreps (gallerist, Andrew Kreps Gallery) at the Frieze Party at Soho Mews. Photo by:  Patrick McMullan

Joel Wachs (president, Andy Warhol Foundation), Doreen Remen (co-founder, Art Production Fund) and Andrew Kreps (gallerist, Andrew Kreps Gallery) at the Frieze Party at Soho Mews.
 Photo by:  Patrick McMullan







A galaxy of art world luminaries, invited by the internationally renowned Frieze Art Fair organization, gathered at the luxurious and distinctly modern penthouses of Soho Mews in downtown Manhattan for cocktails and conversation on a sparkling night in June.

Artists, gallery owners and collectors talked of the upcoming Frieze Art Fair in London while taking in the panoramic skyline view of the Empire State Building from Soho Mews.  Notable guests from the world of contemporary art who enjoyed the terrace breezes included Tobias Meyer, worldwide head of contemporary art at Sotheby's,

Lisa Philips, director of The New Museum, collector/entrepreneur Adam Lindeman, art consultant Mark Fletcher, artist Olafur Eliasson, creator of the New York City Waterfalls, painter Elizabeth Peyton, and Yvonne Force Villareal and Doreen Remen, co-founders of the Art Production Fund.

“We were delighted to host Frieze’s gathering at Soho Mews.  The association between Soho and contemporary art is indelible and was an influence on the design of Soho Mews,” said developer Albert Laboz of United American Land.

“Soho Mews provided the perfect location in New York for Frieze and its friends to celebrate the start of summer.  Soho Mews is an outstanding example of the synergy between art and architecture,” said Amanda Sharp, co-director of the Frieze Art Fair.

Frieze Art Fair is held every October in Regent’s Park, London.  It features more than 150 of the most exciting contemporary art galleries in the world.  As well as these exhibitors, the Fair includes specially commissioned artists’ projects and an ambitious talks program.

At Soho Mews, acclaimed architects Gwathmey Siegel & Associates have created two magnificent, modern buildings that recall Soho’s classic cast iron designs.  Graceful proportions imbue its 59 lofts, 5 townhouses and 4 penthouses with unparalleled sophistication.  The buildings are joined by 6,000+ SF of lush greenery - Soho’s largest private park.  Exceptional amenities include onsite attended parking, a state-of-the art fitness center, a public art gallery curated by Soho’s Art Production Fund and exclusive benefits at cantina and vintner Centovini and iconic design products and furnishings retailer Moss.  

 Soho Mews homes range from 1,225 - 3,900 SF with prices from $2.425 - $11M.  Occupancy is anticipated late 2008.  The Sales and Design Center is located at 72 Wooster Street in Soho, New York.  For more details, please call 212-226-0020 or visit


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