Over the years the world has begun to find out there’s little territory that Anna Sorokin hasn’t explored.
Sorokin is better known to the public by her moniker Anna Delvey, an identity she has built an entire narrative around, and has since faced legal consequences from her actions.
The formerly incarcerated and currently detained Sorkin recently received widespread attention as a result of the popular Netflix series “Inventing Anna.”
Sorokin’s Latest Project
Sorokin’s story and quasi-celebrity status have propelled her into “one to watch” status as of late.
For those following the latest developments in her life, Sorokin has begun to experiment in the career department by selling and displaying her own art!
Flexing her creative skills isn’t a new practice for Sorkin. She has openly displayed her artistic talent through posting her own sketches on Instagram over the last two years.
Sorokin is now bringing her art from her Insta-feed to the art gallery: Some of her personal pieces can now be seen as part of a collaboration called “Free Anna Delvey.”
The project features 32 artists, according to The Cut, and the featured pieces all contain a nod to Sorkin.
Sorkin has provided the finishing touches on the project. The project includes five of her own personal pieces.
From The ‘Gram To The Gallery
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Sorokin’s contributions to the “Free Anna Delvey” art show aren’t the only strides she is making in the art world as of late.
The public will soon be able to get more of a glimpse into the art she has created to keep herself busy while detained.
Sorokin, who faces a deportation to Germany, will have the spotlight shone on her art through an art show exclusively containing her pieces next month!
Inquiring minds will have to wait a bit before the display is officially ready to go. According to ART news, an official location has not been confirmed for the showing.
There will be an opportunity for fans to open their pocketbooks and own a piece of Sorkin’s collection. The pieces are set to be available for purchase for 10,000 dollars, according to Chris Martine, who spoke to ART news.
Martine has the inside scoop on Sorkin’s art endeavors. He is “A representative for [Sorokin] and the cofounder of Founders Art Club,” as per ART news.
Every Picture Will Tell Anna’s Story
Sorokin’s upcoming art pieces will give her the opportunity to put her own spin on the well-known saying “Every picture is worth a thousand words.”
The pieces featured in Sorkin’s show won’t only be included for aesthetic purposes. The pieces are intended for Sorkin’s art to be a means for her to exert some control over her controversial narrative.
Martine endorsed the idea of Sorokin having the chance to share her thoughts through her art.
He told Forbes Sorkin’s art “Will give viewers a glimpse into her side of the story.”
Viewers will have multiple chances to get to know Sorokin in a new light through the “15 to 20” different pieces of art that will be featured in the upcoming show.