We're back online (not the titles) and still anonymous.
Express Article by Rachel Kaufman
We're getting close to the date so get your ticket ready.
On View May 1-10, 2008
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Members $50, Non-Members $65
All works $100
Raffle for the first 10 picks $50
6 p.m. Preview and Raffle
7 p.m. Bidding Opens
Drinks and dancing until 11 p.m..
Here's a story about the two paintings that I am exhibiting. I won't mention the titles even though you won't know what they look like. Everyone's work is labeled on the back and that's the fun...to collect work you like and maybe, just maybe, you can pick out your favorite artist's work and/or collect a new to you artist. Lot's of great artists to choose from. Back to my story.... These two little, then unnamed paintings, traveled in April to France by train, plane and automobile. These American made paintings hit the road for eight days encased in their own padded black box. They toured several cities and acquired a four day patina of Parisian air and a varnish of Parisian raindrops before being put back in their padded black box for the trip home to the good ole US of A. I'd like to say they visited the Duchamp exhibition at the Musee Maillol but they didn't. The truth be told, they were created as small studies for surface treatment and process, left to air out, rain and shine before traveling back home again. They are happily dispersed among the other entries at the Corcoran's Art Anonymous show sporting their new air and titles on back. For friends and collectors, here's an opportunity to acquire a "traveling work of art" which was made in the USA and aired in France. See you at the opening. Oh and if you miss mine, there will be plenty of good work to be brought home.
P.S. The letters "Pari" are in the titles.
The Corcoran Gallery of Art and FRIENDS of the Corcoran first Art Anonymous fundraiser exhibition - May 1 - 10, 2008
List of Participating Artists HERE
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Gallery 31
500 Seventeenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
RSVP for this event by May 1, 2008. For more information call (202) 639-1753.
Works will be available for viewing beginning May 1 in advance of the event in the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s Gallery 31. To access Gallery 31, please use the New York Avenue entrance.