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The Dejavu Gallery is greatly embedded in the rich artistic history of the building itself. Previously, it was the location of the prominent Bodley Gallery which opened in the 1940’s and closed in the 1980’s. Being the current residents of the Bodley Gallery is something that we at Dejavu, take as an honor. With that honor comes the responsibility to continue the long standing history of being a prominent force in the contemporary and modern art world. The Bodley Gallery gained significant notoriety for being one of the premier art galleries in New York City. It became the venue of choice for world-renowned icon Andy Warhol, the key pioneer of the POP Art movement that emerged in the United States and Europe in the 1950's and became prominent over the next two decades. The Bodley Gallery was also credited for being host to notable artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Helen Gerardia, Fernand Leger, Max Ernst, and many others...

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Until 1848, women's rights in the United States were limited. Women could not defend their own opinion. The public did not take the words of various representatives of the fair sex seriously.

Over time, the situation began to change and a movement for women's rights emerged. Every year women became more independent.

In the 21st century, we can see how women achieve great success in creativity, business, politics...

Women outperform men in many ways.

Today in New York there are quite a few worthy representatives of the fair sex.

We are happy to present the stories of some women:

The new issue of My New York magazine with actor Luis Da Silva is available in the gallery.

The Library of Congress has over 38 million books and other printed materials on its shelves. Here, in addition to our magazine, it is possible to find important records of those events that took place in the world long before our birth.In 1814, Washington was practically scorched by the British. Many priceless books burned down. Over time, the library was restored, but part of the history was already lost ...

New York Fashion Week was bright. Local designers pleased the audience with original and sometimes quite revealing outfits. Each image was thought out to the smallest detail.

On February 18, 2022, models in traditional black clothes could be seen on the podium. The whole collection of clothes looked stylish

On Saturday, an event dedicated to the release of a new issue of the magazine "My New York" was held. Actors and models for one evening dressed in luxurious costumes of the 20s. The heroine of the cover Katrina Chiovon appeared at the evening in a luxurious red dress, accompanied by a gentleman in a black tuxedo.

The evening was also attended by actor and model Amir Shaygann. Many bright and beautiful costumes with feathers and sequins were used. The event will leave a mark for a long time.

Katrina Chiovon featured on the cover of the February issue of My New York magazine. Katrina acts in films and leads her Instagram, where she pleases subscribers with bright and beautiful photos ...

Tell us about yourself

I am an actress, director, entrepreneur and founder of the Ovono @ovonoagency agency

How long have you been in New York?

This marks exactly 20 years!!!

Happy Anniversary!

What do you like about this city?

I love all the opportunities this city has to offer.

From studying with The New York City Ballet to my first role in the movie Friends with Benefits starring Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis to winning Astoria Film Festival 2020 to working as a brand ambassador and model for The Uno Agency, New York’s #1 Marketing Agency to now the creative director & social media manager for the agency. @theunoagency

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