No Longer Showing.
The Kitchen Spring Gala Benefit
Honoring ANOHNI and Robert Gober
Thursday, May 16, 2019
512 West 19th Street, NYC
Laurie Anderson, James Esseks, Glenn Ligon, Yoko Ono, Emily Rales
Charlotte Feng Ford, Robert Soros, Mila and Tom Tuttle
6:00pm Cocktails and Hors d’Oeuvres
Polaroids by Alice O'Malley
7:30pm Dinner and Performances
Menu designed by Jean Adamson of Vinegar Hill House
Performances by Gang Gang Dance, Nomi Ruiz, Mina Tindle, This is The Kit, and Bryce Dessner and Aaron Dessner of The National
9:30pm – 12:00am
After-Party with DJ, Drinks, and Dancing
Co-hosted by Red Bull Arts
DJ set by Total Freedom and LE1F
Kevin Beasley, Meriem Bennani, Eliza Callahan, Eliza Douglas, beck haberstroh, Eliza Ryan, and Eliza Soros
DINNER TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT. AFTER-PARTY TICKETS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AT 9:30PM.
Signed photogravure print by Robert Gober
On the occasion of The Kitchen's Spring Gala, honoring Robert Gober, Matthew Marks Gallery and the artist have made available this untitled photogravure print to benefit The Kitchen.
The print’s image was originally produced by Gober for a postcard announcing performances by choreographer Johanna Boyce, “Out of the Ordinary,” which took place at The Kitchen in 1980. In this work, Gober himself performed Boyce, juggling coins while wearing flip-flops.
Gober is one of the most celebrated artists working today. The Kitchen is proud to celebrate his work and legacy that has been so impactful on our history
Prints will be sold in the order payments are received, and as such we cannot guarantee a particular number within the edition. To purchase this edition, please contact Rayna Holmes, (212) 255-5793 ex.10 or email@example.com.
|303 Gallery||Simone Leigh|
|Marla Mayer and Chris Ahearn||Ralph Lemon|
|Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros||Lévy Gorvy|
|Augusto Arbizo||Robert Longo|
|Kevin Beasley||Meg Malloy / Sikkema Jenkins & Co.|
|Marie Abma and Dike Blair||Matthew Marks|
|Tanya Bonakdar Gallery||Robert Molnar|
|Judith L. Church||Frank Monterisi / Related Companies|
|Paula Cooper||Morgan Stanley|
|Katie Cusack||Nico Muhly|
|Polly Motley and Molly Davies||Oliver Newton|
|Angelique Dawson||Dr. Catherine Orentreich|
|Debevoise & Plimpton LLP||Petzel Gallery|
|Bryce Dessner||Brian Phillips|
|Eliza Douglas||Andrea Rosen|
|Karen Eckhoff||Cecile Barendsma and Tracey Ryans|
|Melanie Shorin and Greg S. Feldman||Melissa Schiff Soros|
|David Friend / Vanity Fair||Tanya Selvaratnam|
|Marian Goodman Gallery||Cindy Sherman|
|Julie Graham||Sam Tsao|
|Agnes Gund||Sofia and James von Moltke|
|Wade Guyton||Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner|
|Douglas Hand||Hal Willner|
|Hilary and Peter Hatch||Christen and Derek Wilson|
|Hauser & Wirth||Debra Singer and Jay Worthington|
|Cristina Enriquez-Bocobo and Michael Kantrow||David Zwirner|
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unable to attend? Please consider making a fully tax-deductible donation.
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