Vanity Projects: Nail Art Atelier

January 20, 2014

Vanity Projects, sponsored by Perrier, will be offering complimentary manicures onsite at ALAC.

Vanity Projects, a New York based video and nail-art salon, sets up shop at Art Los Angeles Contemporary offering complimentary manicures sponsored by Perrier starting at 12pm from Friday, January 31 through Sunday, February 2.

Vanity Projects is a luxury concept that merges a high-end nail art atelier with video art programming with the vision to re-shape the way patrons perceive and experience video art by placing it in an engaging environment. It is a creative hub where visitors can discover and develop a real connoisseurship of the video medium.

Directed by independent curator Rita de Alencar Pinto, who is also a licensed nail technician, the video program spans all genres and includes international artists and curators.

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