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Entertainment Sylvester Stallone's New York art show delayed

08:15  22 march  2020
08:15  22 march  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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Sylvester Enzio Stallone (/stəˈloʊn/; born Michael Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone , July 6, 1946) is an American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer.

Sylvester Stallone Getty Images. Sly Stallone ’ s spring art show at Georges Bergès Gallery in Soho has been re-scheduled till the first week of October, we hear. Bergès confirmed, “The show will go on … October will be well worth the wait.” The works hit Saudi Arabia in 2021.

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Sylvester Stallone's New York art show has been postponed until October due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Rocky star has long had a sideline as an artist, and was due to show his latest creations at the Georges Berges Gallery in Manhattan's SoHo district this spring.

However, with the city now in lockdown in an attempt to halt the spread of the virus, Berges has now confirmed the exhibit will now open in the autumn.

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"The show will go on," he told the New York Post's Page Six gossip column. "October will be well worth the wait."

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Artist in residence: Sylvester Stallone revealed his artwork to the world at the Art Basel Miami Beach Art Fair. The Hollywood legend held court in front of a number of his paintings which were being shown by Zurich based Gmurzynska Gallery. He also discussed his work, admitting he was intimidated to

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Stallone previously exhibited his art in Nice, France in 2015, and opened up about his love of painting to the Associated Press.

"My art isn't one that educates, you know, it's not making social statements, it's not drawing conclusions, it's not declaring what is right, it is not political," the actor shared. "It's just one man's struggle and success and all emotions you go along in life, ups and downs."

Stallone's latest works are due to be exhibited in Saudi Arabia in 2021.

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