PURCHASE TICKETS

FREE ARTS NYC 18TH ANNUAL ART AUCTION

Honors

‌Taryn Simon

April 26, 2017

Cocktails & Silent Auction

6:00-8:30PM

VIP Seated Dinner & Live Auction

8:30PM

2 East 79th Street

New York City

 

 

TICKETS

Dinner Tables & Tickets

includes cocktails & silent auction

$15,000 Gold Patron Table

+ Ten seated VIP dinner tickets
+ Prime seating
+ Sponsorship of three artists to join dinner
+ Name or logo on event materials & wall listing
+ Full-page ad in event program
+ Dedicated social media tribute
+ One work of art by a Free Arts youth

 

$10,000 Collectors Patron Table

+ Eight seated VIP dinner tickets
+ Priority seating
+ Sponsorship of two artists to join dinner
+  Name or logo event materials & wall listing
+ Half-page ad in event program
+ One work of art by a Free Arts youth

 

$5,000 Patron Table

+ Four seated VIP dinner tickets
+ Prime seating
+ Sponsorship of one artist to join dinner
+ Name on event materials
+ Quarter page ad in program

 

$2,500 Pair of VIP Dinner Tickets

+ Two seated VIP dinner tickets
+ Prime seating
+ Name on event materials

 

$1,000 Individual Dinner Ticket

+ One seated VIP dinner ticket
+ Name on event materials

 

Cocktail Tickets

 

$1,000 Two Silent Auction & Cocktail Tickets

+ Name on event materials

 

$350 One Individual Silent Auction & Cocktail Ticket

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ABOUT TARYN SIMON

Taryn Simon (b. 1975) is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, text, sculpture and performance. Guided by an interest in systems of categorization and classification, her practice involves extensive research into the power and structure of secrecy and the precarious nature of survival. Simon’s works have been the subject of exhibitions at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen (2016-17), The Albertinum, Dresden (2016), Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague (2016), Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2016), Jeu de Paume, Paris (2015), Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2013); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2012); Tate Modern, London (2011); Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (2011); and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2007).

Permanent collections include Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, the Guggenheim Museum, Centre Georges Pompidou, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Her work was included in the 56th Venice Biennale (2015). Simon’s installation, An Occupation of Loss (2016), co-commissioned by the Park Avenue Armory and Artangel, premiered in New York in 2016. The sculpture will be installed in an outdoor space in London in 2017. Simon is a graduate of Brown University and a Guggenheim Fellow. She lives and works in New York.

 

 

ARTISTS

*to date

Marina Adams
Andisheh Avini
Gina Beavers
Jean-Baptiste Bernadet
Cecily Brown
Petra Collins
John Currin
Todd DiCiurcio
Tara Donovan
Freeman & Lowe
The Haas Brothers
Eric Haze
Stephanie Hirsch
Sheree Hovsepian
Debby Hymowitz
Matthew Day Jackson
Alex Katz
Karen Kilimnik
Elisabeth Kley
Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos

Shio Kusaka
Austin Lee
Pryce Lee
Tali Lennox
Tony Lewis
Robert Longo
M aka Michael Chow
Andrea Mary Marshall
Ryan McGinness
Elizabeth McIntosh
Sam McKinniss
Josephine Meckseper
The Estate of Joel Mesler
Landon Metz
Mia Moretti
James Nares
Yoko Ono
Enoc Perez
Jean Pigozzi
Jennifer Rubell

Sterling Ruby
Andre Saraiva
Richard Serra
Taryn Simon
Josh Smith
Bosco Sodi
Ken Solomon
Kasper Sonne
Sarah Sze
Claire Tabouret
Rirkrit Tiravanija
The Philippe Vandenberg Estate
Cleo Wade
Lawrence Weiner
Jonas Wood
Christopher Wool
Rob Wynne
Dustin Yellin

At Free Arts, I learned that you can be yourself throughout anything you do or make.

-- Imani, Age 12 --

 

COMMITTEE

*to date

Waris Ahluwalia
Almine Rech Gallery
Sarah Arison
Benjamin Bashein & Christian Langbein
Francesca Bodini & Zack Sherman
Kate Bolduan & Michael Gershenson
The Brant Foundation
Susan Cappa
Grace Cha
Alexandra Chemla
Pippa Cohen
The Cultivist
Rafael de Cardenas
Delphine de Causans
Laura de Gunzburg
Nathalie de Gunzburg
John Demsey
Mary Gail Doerhoefer
Casey Fremont
Gagosian Gallery
Thelma Golden
Loic Gouzer
Christine & Sandy Heller
Michelle Hellman Cohen & Adam Cohen
Sarah Hoover
Simon Hornby
Sheree Hovesepian & Rashid Johnson

Heather Hubbs
Anne Huntington
Marissa Jartcky & Alex Marshall
Stephanie LaCava
Chriswell Langhorne
Fran Lebovitz
Rachelle & Sean MacPherson
Victoria Major Gore & Ben Gore
Maria Giulia Maramotti
Elizabeth Margulies
Gina Nanni & Glenn O’Brien
Claire and Michael Olshan
Amy & John Phelan
Polina Proshkina
Sukanya Rajaratnam
Doreen Remen
Amanda Ross & Zack Bacon
Kelly Rutherford
David Schrader
Cindy Sherman
Suzanne Siano
Elizabeth Swofford
Lindsay & Matthew Taylor
BJ Topol & Jon Blum
Inez & Vinoodh van Lamsweerde
Marlies Verhoeven Reijtenbagh & Jacco Reijtenbagh

 

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SUPPORTED BY

 

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SPECIAL THANKS

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

DESIGN

constructlondon.com

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Kate Bolduan
Anchor, CNN

Daniel Ehrmann
King Street Capital Management, L.P.

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

Daniel Levine
Managing Partner, Tenfore Holdings

Jon Meyers

David Mielke
Partner, PwC Transactions Services

Amanda Ross
Editor, Stylist, Designer

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

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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