LifeArt & The Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica are thrilled to invite you to join us for a memorable evening celebrating the opening reception of Giuliano Bekor's newest art exhibit, featuring a stunning collection of butterfly-themed artworks.
On April 6, 2023, from 6-9 PM, please join us at our elegant art gallery for an exclusive opportunity to meet the renowned artist, Giuliano Bekor, and experience the captivating beauty of his latest creations.
Bekor's butterfly-themed artworks have garnered international acclaim for their vibrant colors and intricate patterns, As the winner of the LifeArt Festival photographer award, Bekor's work embodies LifeArt's commitment to sustainability and the protection of our planet's biodiversity.
The exhibit, titled "Butterfly Beauty," is a tribute to the enduring appeal of these magnificent creatures, and is sure to inspire and delight art enthusiasts and collectors alike. The evening will also feature a cocktail reception, hors d'oeuvres, and the opportunity to engage with other art enthusiasts and environmental advocates who share LifeArt's vision for a more sustainable future.
The winner of the LifeArt Festival photographer award: Giuliano Bekor
Internationally recognized photographer, Giuliano Bekor, holds a portfolio that includes work from the realms of fashion, beauty, celebrity, advertising, and fine art.
Giuliano’s photography has been featured in top publications around the globe, and his client list includes an endless file of beauty industry leaders, advertising agencies, celebrities, producers, and artists.
With 30 years in the industry, Giuliano has perfected his craft to an exceptional level of expertise. Composed of light, color, space and form, Giuliano brings ideas conceptualized in his own imagination into reality throughout his work.
Currently living between New York and Los Angeles, Giuliano is often on the move traveling for work and inspiration. Always the restless visionary, he ceases to continually express his fresh and nuanced style.
For Giuliano Bekor, a photograph is an image that comes into being consciously, composed of light, color, space and form. Like a painter, he sketches, refining ideas through pen and pencil well before the shutter clicks. A camera is strictly a means to an end, a way of making a palpable visual record of an idea that gestates in his mind, gains shape by his hand, and resolves through his eye as it peers through the lens.