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“Like a Steve Rubell with Studio 54, or Glenn Birnbaum, of New York City's Mortimer's restaurant, Johnny Kan just happened to strike gold doing all the right things in the right place at the right time with his restaurant in Chinatown.”
“I was introduced to the owners, Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager.”
“A press release from the gallery -- which is displaying additional works by Rubell -- summarized the concept: The ensuing picture of royalty and its subject rests somewhere between an official portrait and seaside entertainment.”
“The Telegraph quotes Rubell as saying: When I studied the photographs of the engagement announcement, it struck me how staged the occasion was, with Prince William standing there almost sculpture-like so that Kate could slide her arm through his to show off the ring.”
“The museum could be similar to the Rubell Family Collection museum in Miami, which opened at a former Drug Enforcement Agency warehouse in 1994.”
“Because of what he sees as this new trend, for the summer of 2011, Mr. Notar, who was once a bus boy at Studio 54 and an assistant to Steve Rubell, decided to open a Nobu at the newly renovated Capri Hotel in Southampton.”
“LG: When I first got here, Mera Rubell offered to let WPA use the Capitol Skyline Hotel for programming.”
“Outside of the museums, Performa's Red Party is inspired by the artists of the Russian Revolution, but "sweetly" features the dessert creations of artist Jennifer Rubell.”
“The early frenzy over the Stills helped stoke the competitive energy in Sotheby's York Avenue saleroom, which included everyone from Miami collectors Don and Mera Rubell to tabloid favorite and oil heir Brandon Davis.”
“The mood in the Sotheby's salesroom started out upbeat, its seats packed with collectors like Los Angeles billionaire Eli Broad, designer Valentino Garavani, Dallas collector Howard Rachofsky and Miami collectors Don and Mera Rubell.”
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