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Thursday, November 11, 2010

7th Annual Transformer Silent Auction & Benefit Party Catalogue is online

Take a look and BID BID BID! 

Transformer's pdf of catalogue  is online for upcoming
7th Annual Transformer Silent Auction & Benefit Party 
taking place this
Saturday, November 13, 2010
at the Mexican Cultural Institute

To view the works being featured in this year's Auction, please click here.

Many thanks to all of the participating Artists & Gallery Sponsors who have included work in this year's Auction event.

Tickets to this year's Auction are no longer available. The event is sold out. We are unfortunately no longer able to accept any additional registrations. Only currently registered attendees will be accommodated at the event.

For further information about the Auction or Transformer, please contact 202-483-1102, or info[at]transformergallery.org. www.transformergallery.org

Images: Sampling of upcoming auction artworks, left to right: Bryan Whitson, Untitled, 2.10.2010; Kerry Kolenut, Swimming Pool; Joseph Barbaccia, BLAMe; Bridget Sue Lambert, I Enjoy Being Charmed; David Jung, Connie; Valerie Molnar, Pan-Seared Scallops, Broccoli Puree, Pan Fried Quail Eggs, Crispy Bacon



transformer is a Washington, DC based 501 (c) 3 artist-centered non-profit visual arts organization, providing a consistent, supportive, and professional platform for emerging artists to explore and present experimental artistic concepts, build audiences for their work, and advance their careers.  A catalyst and advocate for emerging contemporary artists and emergent expression in the visual arts, Transformer connects and promotes emerging visual artists based locally, nationally, and internationally through exhibitions and programs partnerships with artists, curators, commercial galleries, museums and other cultural institutions.

Transformer's 2010/11 exhibition series and programs are supported by:  The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The CrossCurrents Foundation, The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities/NEA, the Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Access to Artistic Excellence Award, and The Visionary Friends of Transformer.



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