Monday, May 28, 2012

Latin Art Exhibition @ Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar, Bangsar Village I

During last Mother's Day (May 13, 2012), Garibaldi Italian Restaurant and Bar at Bangsar Village I held a Latin Art Exhibition featuring a famous Venezuelan artist, Tony Palacios. The above picture shows the artist and Venezuelan ambassador in Malaysia a few years back for the Venezuelan Week 2008.

I'm lucky to be the photographer of the day, while having the chance to admire the magnificent masterpieces by this talented young man. Garibar, located at the corner overlooking the busy street at Bangsar, is a pleasant place to hangout and I find it relaxing to enjoy the arts here.





 There are many happy faces I meet there, all very friendly with smiles craved on their faces. 




The themes in his works relate to mysticism, the universe and the world of humans with traces of the sky, stars, planets and outer space. The circle and geometric shapes are central to his works and his use of colours show a power of expression.

Recently Tony Palacios is pursuing his own fashion line, with his deep understanding towards arts. And this piece of man's attire is currently priced at RM400, with Tony's watermark on its sleeve.

Garibar serves each of us bottomless glass of Fruity Cocktail. The sweetness first enters your throat, followed by a burning sensation from the alcohol. You can enjoy the watermelon fruit cuts in it as well.

Some finger food for the guests to munch on.

The bar also places petite servings of Alcoholic Tiramisu for us. Maybe I am just not used to it, because it tastes strong for my liking.


Some filling and very cheesy Canapé would be good for me along with the house specialty sauce. Each piece of sliced baguette bread consists of shrimps and generous amount of cheesy which is served really warm that I can feel the cheese oozing in my mouth immediately!

Brought to you by Tony Palacios.

It's really an eye-opening event (so literally!) and I hope to have more opportunities of being the event photographer in future events! :) 

Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar
LG10 & G22, Bangsar Village I,
Jalan Telawi 1,
59100 Bangsar,
Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 603-2282 3456 


23 comments:

  1. cheesy Canapé taste once.. never forget about this..

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  2. Garibaldi is pretty decent, been there a couple of times but not something I can afford to eat every week. :)

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  3. All the pictures are beautiful.... lots of pretty girls too =)

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  4. i could say art is really beautiful...

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  5. i never had alcoholic tiramisu, everything looks so tempting and the paintings have that power to draw you in

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  6. What beautiful art! Looks like you had fun :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  7. Everyday food food makan makan :P HAHAHAHA so nice la i wanna eat!

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  8. Wow great event and great food!

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  9. oppss...me no know appreciate art :p

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  10. A fantastic exhibition with matching food my friend :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  11. Interesting - art and food. I guess those are finger foods. I wonder what their cuisine would be like... I like the shirts - but I guess they do not have my size. Sobssss!!!!

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  12. Nice event! U should try the Garibaldi when u visit S'pore next time. Food is really quite good :)

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  13. The painting are very abstract but colorful.

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  14. What is appealing to the heart?
    To me, it's not the abstract art
    But the drinks and the food
    Which looks tasty and good
    Other than the girls so charming
    And the place cozy and relaxing

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  15. Thanks Fish for these lovely pictures, I hope we have a new chance to bring more Art & Fashion from this
    Venezuelan Artist " Tony Palacios" to South East Asia"
    Thanks everyone for being so supporting
    Regards
    Caning J.

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  16. RM 400 pricing may be raise to sky high if many rich fella interested in that shirt

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  17. Cannig excelente como siempre , Acribillado !!

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