The Liberty Entertainment Group has announced the grand opening of the Coral Gables Country Club with a private launch party on Nov. 30 and a public art exhibit Dec. 2-5.
This spectacular event and exhibit will introduce the world to the newest jewel in the Liberty Entertainment Group’s crown. For more than two decades, Liberty Group has distinguished itself from all others primarily through its distinct design approach, and continues to increase public awareness of important heritage through the dramatic transformation of original historical sites into brilliant settings for the hospitality industry.
Historical prolific examples include: Rosewater, situated in the original Consumers Gas building (Toronto) constructed in 1873; Courthouse, in Toronto’s original courthouse building constructed in 1852, and Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex, Toronto’s most prestigious event facility, originally the home of the Ontario Government, built in 1926.
Hosts Nick and Nadia Di Donato, who also hold the official annual launch party for the famed Toronto International Film Festival, are world renowned for their distinctive venues and chic style.
To celebrate the opening of the newly renovated Coral Gables Country Club, Liberty Entertainment Group, together with the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum and Robin Rile Fine Art, announce the inclusion of an exclusive art exhibit to launch Art Basel Miami.
The Coral Gables Country Club, which has been restored and dramatically transformed by the Toronto-based Liberty Entertainment Group, has enlisted Reed V. Horth from Robin Rile Fine Art to curate the private launch party and a four-day art exhibit to celebrate Art Basel week in Miami, Dec. 2-5.
The exhibit will consist of selected original sculpture, photography, drawings and print works from Spanish Master Salvador Dali, American Masters Frederick E. Hart and Richard MacDonald, and Hungarian Master Martón Váró, as well as several other emergent artists.
The public art exhibit will re-introduce the community to the Coral Gables Country Club, which was once a members only facility. This event will open the doors of the country club to the public and establish it as a viable and active participant within the community of Coral Gables.
Aportion of the proceeds will benefit the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum. Throughout the event, speakers from the University of Miami will highlight aspects of the master Salvador Dali’s impact on 20th-21st Century thought, and other topics of interest to guests. This event will bring together scholarship, philanthropy and connoisseurship all under one roof and will kick-off the Art Basel Week in sophistication and elegance. The Coral Gables Country Club is located at 997 N. Greenway Dr. in Coral Gables. For more information, visit online at <www.coralgablescountryclub.com> call 305-392-0819, or send email to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.