Celebrating
Lawrence Weiner

 

Hosted By
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April 11, 2018

Location
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New York City

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cocktails and Silent Auction  6:00pm-8:30pm

Seated Dinner and Live Auction 8:30 pm

Food By
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Auctioneer
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Dinner & Live Auction Tickets 

$15,000 – Premium dinner seating for 10; Sponsorship of 3 artists to join dinner; Name or logo on invite, event materials & wall listing; Full-page ad in program; Dedicated social media tribute; One work of art by a Free Arts youth

$10,000 – Premium dinner seating for 8; Sponsorship for 2 artists to join dinner; Name or logo on invite, event materials & wall listing; Half-page ad in program; One work of art by a Free Arts youth

$5,000 – Premium dinner seating for 4; Sponsorship for 1 artist to join dinner; Name or logo on invite, event materials & wall listing; Quarter-page ad in program

$2,500 – Premium dinner seating for 2; Name or logo on event materials & wall listing

$1,000 – Individual dinner seat

 

Cocktail & Silent Auction Tickets

$1,000 – Two Silent Auction and Cocktail Tickets; Name on event materials

$350 – Individual Silent Auction and Cocktail Ticket

 

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Lawrence Weiner is an American artist and an integral figure of the Conceptual Art movement of the 1960s alongside Sol Lewitt, Joseph Kosuth, and Robert Barry. Best known for his text-based work, Weiner creates subversive installations that alter an existing space or environment. His early piece Declaration of Intent (1968), created during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism, brings a wry criticism of the nature of art by creating a list of simplistic written terminology. One such line, “The piece may be fabricated,” addresses whether the imagined gesture or actual creation of a work have any hierarchal difference in regard to the assessment of art. Born on February 10, 1942 in the Bronx, NY, he went on to briefly study at Hunter College in New York before dropping out and traveling the country. Weiner was the subject of the retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York from 2007–2008. Today, his works are in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, and the Tate Gallery in London, among others. Weiner lives and works in New York, NY.

 

 


Thank you to our contributing artists, for generosity that is equal to their talent

Justin Adian
Sarah Aibel
Herman Bas
Gina Beavers
Oliver Clegg
Matthew Day Jackson
Rebecca Dayan
Carroll Dunham
Sheree Hovsepian
Leelee Kimmell
Curtis Kulig
Sadie Laska
Glenn Ligon
Eddie Martinez
Joel Mesler
Alex Prager
Rob Pruitt
Elliott Puckett
Olympia Scarry
Jason Schmidt
Taryn Simon
Agathe Snow
Kasper Sonne
Pat Steir
Claire Tabouret
Charline von Heyl
Chloe Wise Andy Woll
Allison Zuckerman

 

 

Thank you to our Benefit Committee for being a part of an amazing night that will truly make a difference

 

Bryna Butler
Alyson Cafiero
Sukanya Rajaratnam and Nicholas Callaway
Chiara Clemente
Delphine de Causans
Kate Bolduan and Michael Gershenson
Sarah Hoover
Stephanie LaCava
Fran Lebowitz
Gina Nanni
Andi Potamkin
Polina Proshkina
Doreen Remen
Cindy Sherman
Annelise and David Winter
Terry Zucker


more names to come

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SPECIAL THANKS

AMH
BFA Images Matter
Gagosian Gallery
Michael K Chen Architecture
Skurnik Wines
Sotheby’s
Taryn Simon Projects

Kate Bolduan
Anchor, CNN

Daniel Ehrmann
King Street Capital Management, L.P.

Garrett Fail
Partner, Business Finance & Restructuring, Weil, Gotshal & Manges

Nohra Haime
Director, Nora Haime Gallery

Daniel Levine
Managing Partner, Tenfore Holdings

Jon Meyers

David Mielke
Partner, PwC Transactions Services

Courtney Robinson
Partner, Advance Venture Partners

Linda Schaps
Ma, MSW

Richard Schaps
CEO, Van Wagner Communications

Leslie Slover
Managing Director, Regional Head of Jacksonville and Cary, Deutsche Bank

Trina Storfer
Co-Founder, Orchard Street Ventures

Carol Suchman

Lindsay Taylor
Taylor Art Advisory

Matthew B. Taylor
Managing Partner, Kortright Capital Partners LP

Jon P. Venetos

Marlies Verhoeven Reijtenbagh
CEO and Co-Founder, The Cultivist

Jordan C. Zaken
Founder and CO-CIO, Gamut Capital

Liz Hopfan
Founding Executive Director, Free Arts NYC

Michelle Hellman Cohen & Adam Cohen
Art Advisory Board

 

MISSION

All proceeds benefit Free Arts NYC’s mission to empower underserved youth through art and mentoring programs to develop their creativity, confidence, and skills to succeed.

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