January 8, 2008 - Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions - GALA/AUCTION: HONORING MARIAN GOODMAN & WILLIAM KENTRIDGE…
January 8, 2008

GALA/AUCTION: HONORING MARIAN GOODMAN & WILLIAM KENTRIDGE…

BRODSKY CENTER GALA AND AUCTION
Saturday, January 19, 2008

Honoring MARIAN GOODMAN, WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, NINA MITCHELL WELLS in memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Beginning at 6:00 pm. Cocktails, auction, dinner, and dancing.

The Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions
Mason Gross School of the Arts
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
33 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Absentee bidding is encouraged!

To preview work visit www.brodskycenter.org To buy tickets, obtain an absentee bid form, information on the honorees and transportation, or for a full list of sponsors and honorary committee members, call 732 932-2222, extension 838, or email info@brodskycenter.org

Professional discounts and transportation available.

Join us on Saturday, January 19, 2008 for the Brodsky Center’s fun-filled annual gala and auction. Singers from Opera New Jersey will perform arias from Mozart’s Magic Flute and other operas throughout the evening and exciting new works hot off the presses of the Brodsky Center will be auctioned. The evening will conclude with desserts and dancing.

LIVE AUCTION

Major works published by the Brodsky Center. Absentee bids are encouraged. To see reserve prices and images visit www.brodskycenter.org For additional information: 732-932-2222, ext. 838 or info@brodskycenter.org

Featuring: FRED WILSON, portfolio of 22 museum floors plans entitled The Master Plan: Or In Between The Big Bang and Modern Art is the Restroom, TRENTON DOYLE HANCOCK, portfolio of 18 prints featuring the artist’s continuing saga of the Mound People, MONA HATOUM two over-size handmade paper works based on the Peters Projection, Rivington Place portfolio published to celebrate the new cultural center in London, featuring CHRIS OFILI, ISAAC JULIEN, GLENN LIGON, CARRIE MAE WEEMS, HEW LOCKE, SONIA BOYCE, Femfolio, works by 20 of the founding members of the Feminist Movement including NANCY SPERO, ELEANOR ANTIN, CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN, MARTHA WILSON, FAITH RINGGOLD, JOYCE KOZLOFF, MIRIAM SCHAPIRO, JOAN SNYDER. Two interactive prints embedded with electronics by LESLEY DILL, Two monumental handmade paper pieces by WILLIE COLE, a handmade accordion book by KIKI SMITH with poems by Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, and a handmade paper sculpture by CHAKAIA BOOKER. A suite of six photogravures viewed through a stereoscope by WILLIAM KENTRIDGE will be offered by private sale.

The Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions was founded in 1986 as an international forum for the exchange of ideas in print and papermaking. Its purpose is to enable groundbreaking artists to create new work in reproductive media through its artist-in-residence program. Diversity is central to its mission, and the center has consistently supported artists from under-represented groups who make challenging work, especially women and artists of color. The Brodsky Center is housed in the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

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