Carriage Trade

carriage trade benefit

 

carriage trade’s 2012 benefit exhibition to raise funds for its upcoming programming will open on December 18 at 62 Walker Street. Artwork can be previewed Thurs.- Sat. from 2-6 pm, January 10-26. The benefit raffle will take place on January 29, 2013.

The number of tickets sold will equal the number of donated artworks. On the night of the raffle, ticket holders are entitled to choose an artwork once their numbers have been randomly drawn. The artworks will be presented anonymously, with the identity of the artist revealed after the ticket holder acquires the piece.

Raffle Tickets are $225 and are available now through PayPal (below) and at the gallery during regular hours. Each ticket will guarantee one artwork and two complementary drinks. Artwork will be available for pick-up at the end of the raffle event.

View images of the artwork on our Flickr page.

List of Contributing Artists:


Peggy Ahwesh
David Baskin
Martin Beck
Joianne Bittle
F.P. Boué
Ethan Breckenridge
Antoine Catala
Charlie Clough
Devon Costello
Lucky DeBellevue
Yolanda Del Amo
Chris Dorland
John Drury
Satoru Eguchi
Jose Gabriel Fernandez
Nicole S. Fernandez
Chambliss Giobbi
Terence Gower
Sara Greenberger Rafferty
Anthony Haden-Guest
Shirley Irons
Carol Irving
Dennis Kardon
Mathias Kessler
Elisabeth Kley
Nicholas Knight

Tom Kotik
Stephen Lack
Louise Lawler
Justin Lieberman
Pam Lins
Tolland Mansfield
Servane Mary
Mamiko Otsubo
Laura Parnes
J. Pasila
Rick Prol
Lee Ranaldo
Walter Robinson
Aura Rosenberg
Cynthia Ruse
Ethan Ryman
Heidi Schlatter
Trevor Shimizu
Lewis Stein
Nolan Simon
Sonita Singwi
Fedele Spadafora
Rirkrit Tiravanija
Sarah Vogwill
Julie Wachtel
Roger White

 

carriage trade benefit on artnet auctions

Jane Dickson, Dan Graham, Karl Holmqvist, Jacqueline Humphries, Udomsak Krisanamis, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Sarah Morris, Marcia Resnick, Sam Samore, James Siena

 

Benefit Committee:
Kathy Batista
Shannon Brunnette
Neil Logan
Oliver Newton
J. Pasila
Walter Robinson
Heidi Schlatter
Peter Scott
Amber Vilas

 

carriage trade is a 501(c)(3) arts organization. All tickets and donations are tax-deductable to the maximum extent permitted by law.