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Friday, May 1, 2015

35th Anniversary Benefit & Award Ceremony

Date(s): May 1, 2015

Time: 11:00 AM  EST - 2:00 PM  EST

Location:
583 Park Ave New York, NY 10065



Tickets
 
Members |  $300
Guests | $400


Sponsorship & Tables 

Patrons | $500
Individual Ticket 
Listing in all event materials 

Benefactors | $750
Individual Ticket 
Listing in all event materials 
Business card ad in printed journal

Leaders | $1,000
Individual Ticket 
Listing as member of the Host Committee 
business card ad in printed journal


Bronze Supporters | $5,000
Table for 10
Listing as member of the Host Committee 
Business card ad in printed journal

Silver Supporters | $7,500
Preferred table for 10
1/2 page ad in printed journal
Listing as member of the Host Committee 
Recognition at podium

Gold Supporters | $10,000
Preferred table for 10
Full page ad in printed journal
Listing as member of the Host Committee 
Recognition at podium

Platinum Supporters | $20,000
Premier table for 10
Front cover ad in printed journal
Listing as member of the Host Committee 
Recognition at podium


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Registrations will be held at the door and are nonrefundable.
The estimated fair market value of the luncheon is $195. 

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ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization. All programs are non-refundable and tax deductible in the amount allowable by law. 
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SOUTHERN CA | Artist Walkthrough and Brunch: David Maisel and Stephanie Washburn

Date(s): May 1, 2015

Time: 11:30 PM  PST - 1:00 PM  PST

Location:
Mark Moore Gallery, 5790 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232


David Maisel, "The Fall" (Borox 1), 2013
 
 
FREE
Members and Guests
A light brunch will be provided

 
 
Join fellow ArtTable members at an artist-guided walkthrough of two photography exhibitions by David Maisel and Stephanie Washburn in celebration of Paris Photo LA weekend. Guests will be treated to a light brunch prior to the program, with the exhibition tour starting promptly at 12 noon. 
 
"The Fall” is a recent series of large-scale color photographs by California–based artist David Maisel. For over two decades, Maisel has rigorously photographed aerial perspectives of landscapes affected by industry, agriculture, urban sprawl and other forms of human intervention. Despite the political underpinnings of these images, Maisel’s work refuses didactic interpretation, arriving instead at a surreal and abstracted intersection of beauty, mystery, and horror that the artist has referred to as the “apocalyptic sublime.” Maisel’s work has been exhibited globally, including such institutions as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA); International Center of Photography (NY); Palais de Tokyo (Paris); Fotografie Forum International (Frankfurt); American Academy (Rome); Musée des Beaux Artes (Bordeaux); and Seoul Arts Center (Seoul) among many other venues. Maisel’s works are in major public collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY), the Getty Museum (CA), the National Gallery of Art (Washington D.C.), the Victoria and Albert Museum (London), the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (CA), and many others. He received his BA from Princeton University, studied at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and received his MFA from California College of the Arts. Maisel is the recipient of a 2011 grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation, a 2008 Artist Residency from the Headlands Center for the Arts, and a 2007 Scholar/Artist Residency from the Getty Research Institute. He has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Center for Cultural Innovation. He was appointed a Trustee of the Headlands Center for the Arts in 2011. The artist lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
Stephanie Washburn (1980, MA) works in various media including drawing, painting, photography, and video. Her practice explores the material digital interface and the persistence of the body and human touch in pictorial space. Washburn combines everyday materials and televised imagery to stage a series of photographs. The images that result generate a range of painterly abstractions and counter narratives to the programmed content flickering beneath. With references to Abstract Expressionism, feminist art practice, and early performance, they pose a real physicality as the dramatic player in the fictive space of both the digital spectacle and her own hybrid image making.
Washburn received her MFA from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her work has been exhibited at The University Art Museum (CA), The Palms Bar (CA), Atkinson Gallery (CA), Santa Barbara Museum of Art (CA), Eagle Rock Center for the Arts (CA), Los Angeles Municipal Gallery (CA) and Davidson Art Center (CT). Washburn's photographs have been acquired by the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (CA) and Sweeney Art Gallery at UC Riverside (CA). She currently lives and works between Ojai and Los Angeles.
 
There is ample, free street parking on Washington Blvd. by the gallery. This program has been sponsored by Mark Moore Gallery, and is free of cost to all members and guests with registration.

 
ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization. All programs are non-refundable and tax deductible in the amount allowable by law. 
 
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