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  • Karla Uriarte

Collaboration sparks between Billionaire Patrick Carroll and NBA player Tyler Herro

Miami billionaire Patrick Carroll sponsored the debut of SOLARIS, a new art exhibition curated by local artist, Johnny Robles, and the launch of Miami Heat’s Tyler Herro's Boy Wonder World lifestyle clothing brand at THE OFFICE art gallery on Thursday, May 4.

Carroll is a successful real estate mogul, investor and philanthropist, with a portfolio of $11.5 billion in acquisitions and $6.7 billion in dispositions for his company, CARROLL. In addition to sponsoring the event, Patrick Carroll expressed his passion for art and charity, stating that he was happy to give back in the name of art, with 100% of the proceeds going to a charity of his choice.

“I love both Charity and Art, so to have a chance to give back in the name of Art makes this all worthwhile. I’m an art collector and the Gallery owner Matt is a good buddy of mine who felt Tyler Herro and I could join forces to make a difference.”

The centerpiece of the exhibition was Jonny Robles' latest art installation, which took viewers on a journey through a unique fusion of various disciplines, incorporating a mind-bending use of color theory that blends art, technology, and nature together to create a captivating and psychologically engaging experience. The event also marked the launch of Tyler Herro's new lifestyle clothing brand, Boy Wonder World, which showcased Herro's unique perspective and style featuring an astonishing capsule collection which reflected his full immersion into this realm of creativity and personal expression.

It sounded like the event was a huge success with a lot of high-profile guests in attendance. The culinary offerings from Tablé and Mister O1, as well as the selection of drinks provided by Blue Run Spirits, added to the immersive experience in the world of art, fashion, and charity. The presence of celebrities like Patrick Carroll, Tyler Herro, Johnny Robles, Dallas Mavericks' Tim Hardaway Jr., and and pro tennis player Reilly Opelka helped to draw attention to the event and the charitable cause it was supporting.

The event showed how the worlds of art, fashion, and philanthropy can come together to make a positive impact.

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