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Wednesday, September 20th 9am to 9pm
38 Orchard St., corner of Hester St.
For a special one day sale to benefit communities who have been devastated Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
100% of the proceeds will go to these organizations:
A New York community of designers and retailers have donated clothing, accessories and objects in an effort to send love and badly-needed support to people in storm-affected areas.
Audrey Louise Reynolds
Creatures of Comfort
Print All Over Me
Project No. 8
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Various Projects, Inc
Zero + Maria Cornejo
and the the list of participants continues to grow.
The early 1950s, when Rauschenberg (1925–2008) launched his career, was the heyday of the heroic gestural painting of Abstract Expressionism. Rauschenberg challenged this tradition with an egalitarian approach to materials, bringing the stuff of the everyday world into his art. Working alone and in collaboration with artists, dancers, musicians, and writers, he invented new, interdisciplinary modes of artistic practice that helped set the course for art of the present day. The ethos that permeates Rauschenberg’s work—openness, commitment to dialogue and collaboration, and global curiosity—makes him, now more than ever, a touchstone for our troubled times.
The exhibition is organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Tate Modern, London.
Organized by Leah Dickerman, The Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art, and Achim Borchardt-Hume, Director of Exhibitions at Tate Modern, with Emily Liebert and Jenny Harris, Curatorial Assistants, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition design was created in collaboration with the artist Charles Atlas.
Mangy Love here.