Anna Delvey was back on the Manhattan art scene Thursday night — literally — as the fake heiress remains in federal custody fighting an attempt to send her to Germany.
Delvey, whose real name is Anna Sorokin, addressed her patrons on video during their one-night art exhibition at the Public Hotel in Nolita, according to the Sun.
The exhibit, titled “Allegedly,” shows art created while being detained by US Customs and Immigration Enforcement.
The former con artist and current cast member spent nearly four years in prison out of $275,000 by pretending to be someone else to friends and businesses around New York.
The 31-year-old subject of the Netflix drama remains in ICE custody over Orange County as lawyers appeal to deport him to his native Germany.
“Hi everyone, Anna Delvey here,” her video appearance reportedly began.
“I’m so excited to unveil my first art collection titled ‘Alliedly.’ This is a collection of sketches I created at the ICE Orange County Detention,” explained the wannabe socialite in her unattainable European accent.
“I studied fashion administration in Paris and haven’t really sketched until my test.
“You’ve heard a lot of voices already, but this is just the beginning of telling my story, from my point of view.
“I hope you guys enjoy the show.”
Reportedly the event featured an open bar and a special cocktail called “Anna on ICE”.
It’s the infamous SoHo grifter’s second attempt at the downtown art scene, following his “Free Anna” show at a pop-up on the Lower East Side in March, which featured his prison art.
She told Page Six earlier this week, “I wanted to capture some of the moments of past years—both never-before-seen and iconic—by using the limited tools at my disposal.”
“Some pieces are straightforward, others are more abstract and will be unique in meaning and appearance to the observer.”
His art salesman Chris Martin said his 9×12 sketches cost around $10,000.
“Many times the artwork is more than the visual element, but the story behind it is what people really buy into,” Martin told Page Six. “If you look at his sketches, he has legitimate talent.”
Delvy sold the rights to his hoax story to the Netflix series “Inventing Anna” for $320,000.