Two Record Industry Vets Build A Visual Arts Management Roster
September 30, 2014 at 11:47 AM (PT)
Longtime GREEN DAY and GOO GOO DOLLS manager PAT MAGNARELLA along with former major label A&R executive ROGER KLEIN, who signed the INDIGO GIRLS to EPIC RECORDS, have quietly spent the past eight years building a visual arts management roster.
The pair have staged a number of highly visible sold-out art shows in LOS ANGLES, NEW YORK CITY and LONDON. Last year's 'pop-up' show with English painter CHARMING BAKER at MILK STUDIOS attracted more than 2,000 people on opening night, including members of THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, AFI, ATTICUS ROSS and OSCAR-winning "12 Years A Slave" director STEVE McQUEEN along with some of the world's most prominent art world super collectors including HARD ROCK CAFE founder PETER MORTON
Last Tuesday (SEPTEMBER 23rd) in LOS ANGELES, MAGNARELLA and KLEIN presided over a private dinner hosted by property developer and art collectors TEDDY KARATZ and wife HEATHER to preview last SATURDAY night's gala opening for famed BRITISH urban artist D*FACE's "SCARS & STRIPES" show at 315 SOUTH ROBERTSON BLVD.