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The Kitchen Benefit Art Auction

Tuesday, November 19, 2013
at The Kitchen 512 West 19th Street, NYC


 

7–9pm Cocktails and Silent Auction

8pm Live Auction with Gabriela Palmieri of Sotheby’s

Tickets $150. Auction proceeds are shared with the participating artists and support artists' fees for The Kitchen's 2013-14 season.

A preview of available works can be viewed by visiting Paddle8Online bidding for silent and live lots will begin at 10am EST on Monday, November 4. Bidding for the live lots will end at 12pm EST on Tuesday, November 19th. Bidding for the silent lots continues through the end of the live event at 9pm EST on Tuesday, November 19th.

Auction Committee

Ruthie Abel David Kordansky
Marla Mayer and Chris Ahearn Knight Landesman
Jacqueline Reses and Matt Apfel Mia Jung and Scott M. Lawin
Augusto Arbizo / Eleven Rivington Anna Verdi and John MacIntosh
Winsome Brown and Claude Arpels James Mancuso
Fernanda Arruda Barbara and Howard Morse
Kyra Tirana Barry and Dave Barry Clara and Alf Naman
Rhiannon Kubicka and Theodore Blackston Sukey and Mike Novogratz
Tanya Bonakdar  Catherine Orentreich
Tanya Traykovski and Carlo Bronzini Elizabeth Valleau and Benjamin Palmer
JK Brown and Eric Diefenbach Katie Rashid
MT Carney Mark Roppel
Mina Jung and Sungmin Choi  Diana and Jonathan Rose
Judith L. Church Cecile Barendsma and Tracey Ryans
Andrew Clark Tuan Huyn and Jonathan Schorr
Paula Cooper Tanya Selvaratnam
Katie Cusack Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros
Selby Drummond and Matthew Doull Melissa Schiff Soros and Robert Soros
Rebecca and Marty Eisenberg Jeremy E. Steinke
Cristina Enriquez-Bocobo Hilary Klotz Steinman and Robert Steinman
Sima Familant Rob Teeters
Melanie Shorin and Greg S. Feldman Sam Tsao
Jeanmarie and Billy Fenrich Mila and Tom Tuttle
Alison Fox and Zach Feuer Sofia and James von Moltke
Marci Field Illya Szilak and Chris Vroom
Heather Flow Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner
Charlotte Ford Kate Werble
Julie and Robin Graham Suzy Coue-Wilson and Edward Wilson
Dany Levy Hand and Douglas Hand Debra Singer and James Worthington
Hilary and Peter Hatch Begum Yasar / Dominique Lévy Gallery
Sarah Kanes Christine A. Zehner
 

Participating Galleries

47 Canal, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Algus Greenspon, Altman Siegel, The Apartment, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Mary Boone Gallery, Gavin Brown's enterprise, Bureau, Campoli Presti, CLEARING, Clifton Benevento, Lisa Cooley, Paula Cooper Gallery, Elizabeth Dee, Eleven Rivington, Derek Eller Gallery, Leslie Fritz Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, Laurel Gitlen, Gladstone Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery, Greene Naftali Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, JTT, Casey Kaplan, Anton Kern Gallery, Koenig & Clinton, David Kordansky Gallery, David Lewis, Lombard Freid Projects, Luhring Augustine Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery, Kamel Mennour, Metro Pictures, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, Peres Projects, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, Andrea Rosen Gallery, Joe Sheftel Gallery, Sprüth Magers, UNTITLED, WALLSPACE, and David Zwirner.

For more information contact Caitlin Gleason at (212) 255-5793 ext. 10 or caitlin@thekitchen.org.  If you are unable to attend the event, but would like to make a tax deductible donation, please click here.


 

Special Thanks

Image: Carsten Höller, Rentierkopf (Reindeer Head), 2010, courtesy of the artist.

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