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Annual Benefit & Art Auction
April 4, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
2019 Benefit & Art Auction
2019 ANNUAL BENEFIT
Thursday, April 4, 2018
Center for Book Arts 28 W 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Thank you for making CBA great! You can still make a fully tax deductible donation to the Center’s equipment fund through the links at the bottom of this page. Your support is crucial to the Center’s success.
Honoring Angela Lorenz
Angela Lorenz is an American artist who has been living in Bologna, Italy since 1989, where she produces sculptural, mixed-media limited-edition artists’ books. Angela holds a BA in Fine Art and Semiotics from Brown University and apprenticed with binder Paolo Bugetti at University of Bologna. She has exhibited her work and held residencies at venues across the US and Europe. Her work may be found in over 100 public collections.
Preview the Auction
Items in the live and silent auctions will be available to view and bid online here:
Special Thanks to the Benefit Patron Committee
Stephen Bury, Tom Freudenheim, Neal Grenley, Richard Grossbard, Brian Hannon & Sharon Krieger, Nancy Macomber, Miriam Schaer, Asher Schlusselberg, Szilvia Tanenbaum, and Tony White
Thank you for your continued commitment and generosity to the Center for Book Arts. Your sponsorship helps to expand our audience and garner attention for all of the incredibly talented artists in our studios.
The Center thanks the following collaborators:
Christina Geiger, Senior Specialist, Books & Manuscripts at Christie’s
Karen Gorst Calligraphy
Allie Wist – Artist and researcher Allie Wist’s practice is anchored in food culture, food systems, and global landscapes. She creates narratives through visual and experiential expressions which reexamine our collective food identities and histories.
Tessa Liebman – Executive Chef of the award-winning boutique catering firm Shiraz Events, Tessa Lieberman’s food and writing can be found in such outlets as Brides, WSJ, BonAppetit.com, Epicurious, and Latin Lover magazine.
Satoru Nihei, Art Director and Designer, Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles
Pianist Jeremy Manasia has been a fixture on the New York City jazz scene for over 20 years. He has performed internationally with many of the greatest living jazz musicians, including Gary Bartz, Al Foster, Jimmy Heath, Eddie Gomez, Louis Hayes, Javon Jackson, Willie Jones III, Peter Bernstein and Jimmy Cobb.
Endless Editions & Passenger Pigeon Press