ART for HAITI in L.A.

On January 12th, Haiti was struck by a devastating earthquake. Only three days later, the death tolls were estimated to reach between 50,000 and 100,000. In addition, up to 500,000 are suffering from injuries and lack of access to food, water, and shelter. Haitians desperately need our generosity in order to gain access to necessities and basic health care.

Art for Haiti is an impromptu art auction to help the Red Cross’ relief efforts. Join us at the Mandrake on January 19th. We will begin the silent-auction at 7pm and continue accepting bids through 9pm. The auction will showcase emerging artists from around the country. We are excited to announce the following participants:

Artists
Justin Lieberman, Sayre Gomez, Brian Bress, Chris Churchill, Maha Saab, Michael Gregg Michaud, Yuval Pudik, Joe Yaeger, Jim Drain, Sage Vaughn, James Welling, David Hendren, Thaddeus Strode, Alika Cooper, Samantha Fields, Gustavo Godoy, Victoria Neel, Cameron Gray, Eric Yahnker, Lester Monzon, Marnie Weber, Jim Shaw, Marlene Carroll, Josh Atlas, Taidgh O’Neill, Stephen Floyd, Michael Dopp, Britton Tolliver, Samantha Magowan, JR Valanzuela, Comora Tolliver, Kathy Rudin, Penelope Gottlieb, William Pope.L, and Ellwood T. Risk.

Galleries
Zach Feuer Gallery, Kim Light/LightBox, Honor Fraser Gallery, Patrick Painter Inc, Ooga Booga, Kinkead Contemporary, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Robert Berman Gallery, Marc Richards Gallery, Kopeikin Gallery, Cherry and Martin Gallery.

Bidding will start as low as $100. All funds raised will go directly to Red Cross and are 100% tax-deductible.

Our roster of participating artists and images will be updated up until the auction begins.

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