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Tuesday was a competitive event night in Gotham. MoMA, Guggenheim, and Museum of Moving Image all held respective parties but massive, Sandy delayed Whitney Museum of American Art Gala and Studio Party held its own. The two-part event raised $2.7 million in part thanks to Microsoft. Guests included after-party chair Michael Avedon, Andres Serrano, George Condo, KAWS and Julia Chiang, Adam Green, and Glenn Ligon. Nate Lowman was a very special DJ and the man wasn’t kidding around - he brought a box of vinyls.
Photos: David X Prutting / BFA
Re.Start by Paddle 8 is an online charity auction to benefit artists and art organizations affected by Hurricane Sandy. In partnership with Creative Time and New York Foundations for the Arts.
Massimo Vitali’s Papeete Beach Regatta is above.
Other pieces available from the likes of: Damien Hirst, KAWS, Terrance Koh, Aaron Young, Dan Colen, Takashi Murakami, Ai Weiwei, Nate Lowman, Kiki Smith, and many others.
NATE LOWMAN Opening at THE BRANT FOUNDATION Art Study Center.
Photo Credit: Billy Farrell Agency
Works by Dan Colen, Terence Koh, Hanna Liden, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Ryan McGinley, Agathe Snow, Dash Snow, and Aaron Young are on view now through August 27th is “Post 9-11” at Los Angeles’s OHWOW Gallery.