Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary was spotted with his wife Saturday at STK Miami. The couple, who are frequent guests of the steakhouse, enjoyed wine and a filet dinner while talking about attending the Madonna concert. O’Leary, meanwhile, along with Nick Korniloff, Founder and Partner of Art Wynwood, announced the debut of a contemporary photography exhibition featuring original images taken by O’Leary himself.
The curated installation launches Presidents Day Weekend during the fifth edition of Art Wynwood. All profits from the sales of the photographs will benefit aspiring teenage entrepreneurs and the Perry J. Cohen Foundation created after Korniloff’s and Cohen’s 14-year-old son went missing at sea. O’Leary’s exhibition will be open to the public from February 12-15 and he will be on site at select times to speak about his works in person.
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“Shark Tank has been a lightning rod for entrepreneurial culture in this country, and I’m lucky to be a part of that. Every day, I meet bright, motivated, young people who want to become entrepreneurs. I want to do something to encourage them,” said O’Leary. “Partnering with the Perry J. Cohen Foundation was natural after I got a chance to meet Perry’s parents, Pamela Cohen and Nick Korniloff, and understand what an amazing and passionate life that this young entrepreneur and art lover lived.”
For more information, go to www.artwynwood.com