The Meatpacking’s chic and trendy Bagatelle (409 West 13th Street, NY, NY 212-675-2400) will host a live art performance on Friday, January 29, 2010 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.
French artist Zaza Noah, sister of French tennis pro and pop-soul singer Yannick Noah, was first inspired by African paintings. By using exquisite color, her work is vividly soulful. Noah’s exhibitions have appeared in St. Barth, Paris and New York showcasing her four main series: “Kamasutra,” “Music Hands,” “Portraits,” and “Birds.”
Guests will have the opportunity to admire Zaza Noah’s work, as well as watch her paint live at Bagatelle next Friday.
During the course of the art performance, guests are welcome to enjoy a plateau de fromages or a charcuterie board paired with a glass of wine or one of Bagatelle’s signature cocktails, such as La Poire Royale or La Martini du Gipsy. After the performance, viewers are encouraged to stay and indulge in the classic, comforting Parisian fare that Bagatelle has to offer. From tartares of beef, salmon and tuna, to homemade foie gras, guests are sure to be inspired by Zaza Noah’s artwork and the delicious cuisine.