INNOVATIVE CONCEPT FUSES CONTEMPORARY ART
WITH THE BEST OF ENTERTAINMENT AND HOSPITALITY
From left to right: Alan Ganev, Brian Swarts, Charles Khabouth, Danny Soberano
November 22, 2021 – Taglialatella Galleries, a global leader in modern and contemporary art has partnered with Charles Khabouth and Danny Soberano of INK Entertainment Group, to form a gallery ownership group that includes President, Brian Swarts, and Creative Director, Alan Ganev.
With an eye for strategic partnerships grounded by passion, the gallery was originally brought to Toronto by the partners as a franchise, with the goal of giving the brand a unique and refreshing position in the market. “Today’s announcement is significant and speaks to how far we’ve come,” said gallery founder, Dominic Taglialatella. “Expanding our team to include varied perspectives is required to bring the gallery, sought after pieces, and global locations to future generations of collectors.”
The galleries’ much anticipated opening parties, special events, public art installations and remote activations like art fairs, mural festivals, and pop-up shows continue to be amplified through INK Entertainment Group’s network and leadership. Taglialatella remains at the forefront of the ever-expanding desire to collect, enjoy and experience art and culture.
“As art lovers and avid collectors for many years, venturing into this space was a natural progression for the company,” says Charles Khabouth, CEO, INK Entertainment Group. “The Toronto gallery was well received from the start. We’re looking forward to Taglialatella’s international expansion and introducing our next location in Miami, Florida.”
Established in 1978 with locations in New York City, Palm Beach, Paris, and most recently Toronto, the Taglialatella brand is synonymous with modern and contemporary art, offering expertise in a range of genres while specializing in the pop and street art movements. Taglialatella Galleries has become a destination for long-time art collectors and newcomers alike and recently co-created Yorkville Murals with INK Entertainment Group, a festival that celebrates public art.