Spotlight on the ‘Street Art Outside In’ Opening at Liquid Art House

Scenes from the restaurant-gallery hybrid's celebration of its inaugural exhibit.

Liquid Art

Photo by Debbie Grubstein

On Monday, new restaurant and gallery Liquid Art House hosted the opening event for their first-ever exhibit, “Street Art Outside In,” which features renowned mural artists from around the world. The international art installation was curated by Ana-Katarina Vinkler-Petrovic, a local artist, jewelry designer and curator.

Artsy types mixed and mingled with the usual Boston party-going suspects, including media specialists, retail folks, culinary insiders, and more.

Of the group, we chatted with the likes of Liquid Art owner Ruta Laukien, ballerina food blogger Rachel Cossar, real estate development consultant Gustavo Quiroga, Frenchman Eric Jausseran and his BFF Andy Levine, event planner AJ Williams, the ever-fabulous octogenarian Doris Yaffe, and Clio pastry chef Monica Glass.

Although the new locale nabbed the lovely and talented chef Rachel Klein, this event was certainly not about the food or beverages; a small buffet of cured meats and breads was provided, and drinks were hard to come by. We’ll have to go back for a proper dinner.

The most stylish of the bunch:


Exhibit curator, Ana Katarina Vinkler-Petrovic in a vintage tutu skirt and her own jewelry designs.

Liquid Art Ana Katrina

Photo by Debbie Grubstein


Liquid waiter, Peter Baldwin in a jacket of his own creation, graphic T, leopard print pants, and Converse kicks.

Liquid Art Peter Baldwin

Photo by Debbie Grubstein


Student blogger, Marissa D’Angelo in a top and shoes from Forever 21, BCBG skirt (another tutu!), Rachel Zoe purse, and J.Crew baubles.

Liquid Art Marissa D'Angelo

Photo by Debbie Grubstein


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