The Kitchen’s Benefit Art Auction
Monday, November 26, 2012
7–9pm Cocktails and Silent Auction
8pm Live Auction with Gabriela Palmieri of Sotheby’s
512 West 19th Street, NYC
To purchase tickets or to view all 70+ artworks,
please visit www.thekitchen.org/auction2012.
To place a proxy bid or to charge tickets by phone, please contact Caitlin Gleason at 212 255 5793 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Always essential for The Kitchen’s continuing programming, this annual benefit is especially significant in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, which severely damaged our building. The fundraiser will be the first event to take place in our repaired theater and lobby spaces. Auction proceeds are shared with the participating artists and support artists’ fees for The Kitchen’s 2012–13 season.
Participating artists include:
Doug Aitken, Richard Aldrich & Ei Arakawa, Trisha Baga, John Baldessari, Alisa Baremboym, Uta Barth, Huma Bhabha, Sebastian Black, Dike Blair, Carol Bove, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Dan Colen, Anne Collier, Tacita Dean, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Ida Ekblad, Jeronimo Elespe, Sam Falls, Brendan Fernandes, Keltie Ferris, Morgan Fisher, Jason Fox, Ellen Gallagher, Andrew Gbur, Amy Granat, Wade Guyton, Richard Hawkins, Frank Heath, Adam Helms, Lothar Hempel, James Hoff, Alex Hubbard, Nathan Hylden, Glenn Kaino and Derek Delgaudio (a.bandit), Nina Katchadourian, Lauren Kelley, Denise Kupferschmidt, Leigh Ledare, Jim Lee, Margaret Lee, Zoe Leonard, Sam Lewitt, Scott Lyall, Michael Mahalchick, Bjarne Melgaard, Dave Miko, Matt Mullican, Alice O’Malley, Virginia Overton, Philippe Parreno, Jenny Perlin, Lucy Raven, Emily Roysdon, Analia Saban, David Scanavino, Dana Schutz, Davina Semo, Erin Shirreff, Taryn Simon, Josh Smith, Meredyth Sparks, Marc Swanson, Mamie Tinkler, Josh Tonsfeldt, Daniel Turner, Danh Vo, Michael Wetzel, Hannah Whitaker, Roger White, Chris Wiley, Christopher Williams, Joe Winter, Terry Winters, Jordan Wolfson, Viola Yeşiltaç, and more…
About The Kitchen
The Kitchen is one of New York City’s oldest multidisciplinary nonprofit spaces, showing innovative work by emerging and established artists. Programs range from dance, music, performance, and theater to video, film, and art, in addition to literary events, artists’ talks, and lecture series. Since its inception in 1971, The Kitchen has been a powerful force in shaping the cultural landscape of this country and has helped launch the careers of many artists who have gone on to worldwide prominence.