New York.- KAMARR the magician, began his magical career at age 10, and earned his keep doing nothing but magic. The Discount Magician of Greece is one of the greatest magicians ever. He was a 49-time guest of Joe Franklin show. Mr. Franklin discovered KAMARR as a busboy doing coin tricks at the 1964 World’s Fair. His big break came when David Letterman’s producers called him to be a guest on the show. KAMARR was subsequently embraced by “Late Night with David Letterman”. He became one of the longest running guests ever: over 50 appearances on that show earned him a cult following.
The Greek artist Rania Mesiskli is an accomplished performer, winner of a singing competition in Greece, and she brings the theatricality of her profession on the canvas, producing vivid, dynamic works evoking spectacle and provoking the imagination to dream of the impossible.
The magical artistry of KAMARR and the spectacular paintings of Rania Mesiskli conjured up a radiant whimsical world for the reception of Rania’s exhibition and created a fanciful atmosphere at Agora Gallery, a world where absurdity runs rampant. The illusions took flight and these two silk artists, with style and grace, amused the audience. Concentration and quick reflexes: Illusions so real…They seemed so outrageous and they happened so quick! KAMARR is smart and funny and performed a variety of magical delights for the occasion. Rania Mesiskli intimately knows where dreams and discipline meet and presents it to us with exquisite and moving details. She lived the particularities of instances, she wore the bright costumes, she received the acceptance and the enthusiasm of the audiences. Great part of her life belongs to a world where everything is possible, where, what you consider to be impossibility, and the ones you consider to be non pragmatic. KAMARR, an audience favorite, has branched out into commercials, television and film and continues to astound young and old alike in fabulous live shows. Who can forget the great magician cutting David Letterman in half, levitating him in thin air, setting his head on fire and sticking swords on through his neck. Recently KAMARR became the recipient of the coveted Pioneer Award at the 2005 Magic Olympics, held in Athens.
At the heart of the show business lies the moment. People use strength, daring and artistry to overcome even for a moment, human limitations.
KAMARR: 1 – 212 – 591 – 0066
www.raniamesiskli.com studio: 1 – 862 – 202 – 5334