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Pride and Joy at Fotografiska

with performance selections by Art Bath

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About the Event

Art Bath, New York’s hit immersive performance salon, teams up with Fotografiska to curate performance selections for Pride 2024.

Part concert, part art party, the event will take place in Fotografiska’s 6th floor Loft beginning with a cocktail hour featuring appearances by the legendary ballroom house Royal House of Nina Oricci, cabaret artist Kim David Smith (labeled the "male Marlene Dietrich by the New York Times), as well as dancers Maxfield Haynes and Isaiah Newby, drag artist David Puck, and others.

Founded in 2022 by two dancers from Metropolitan Opera, Art Bath is an immersive performance salon series held at the Blue Building, a transformed warehouse space in Midtown East. Art Bath brings together a spectrum of world-class artists in music, dance, opera, and visual art and fosters forward-thinking creation and experimentation.

In addition to salons, Art Bath collaborates with a range of partners to realize performance events at the Blue Building and beyond.

"Tonight’s salon program was 21st century-multimedia at its finest, but with the intimacy of the Parisian salons made famous by the likes of Gertrude Stein, Gustave Courbet, and Franz Liszt.”

- Edward A Klizsus, Opening Night Review

www.artbathnyc.com

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Julz Owens and Skoolz Oricci of the Royal House of Nina Oricci at Art Bath:

photo credit Juan Patiño