Mauro Perucchetti Confronts the World with His Art

Artist Mauro Perucchetti. Photo credit Rochelle Brodin
Artist Mauro Perucchetti. Photo credit Rochelle Brodin
The De Re Gallery debuted Mauro Perucchetti’s Pop Fiction exhibition on Thursday, September 10th in West Hollywood. Mauro and his stunning wife Lorena Perucchetti, who is also his PR manager, both arrived elegantly dressed and accessorized with miniature pieces of Mauro’s artwork in the form of necklaces. With Peroni Nastro Azzuro as sponsor, the night was filled with special guests including esteemed art critic Peter Frank, actresses Marie Cleopa, Jessie McLauchlan, Melia...

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