Extraordinary art by even more extraordinary artists
The San Francisco Arts Education Project’s 50th Anniversary Gala on Saturday, October 27, 2018 (7-10pm at the Minnesota Street Project) features some extraordinary art by even more extraordinary artists that will be offered in the evening’s live auction.
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© Estate of Ruth Asawa, Courtesy David Zwirner
Reddish brown, orange and green ink on paper
From the collection: 1960-1969. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, March 26, 2016-March 12, 2017
This lithographic print by Ruth Asawa was done while she was at Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles, 1965
Donated by: Anonymous
Garden Barber Shop, 1975 Ed. 2/10
Gelatin silver photograph
Editioned ‘2/10’ in pencil by artist on print verso
8” x 11-7/8”
Richard, South Gong and Drum Lane. Beijing, China. 2017.
Archival Pigment Print with ink
8” x 10”
Six-color lithograph on Somerset Satin 250gm paper from 4 hand drawn aluminum plates, one photo plate and one stone. Artist used lithography crayons, pencils and rubbing crayon in making the plate
22” x 30”
Hank Willis Thomas
There’s Only One Way to Play It
(from the Fair Warning series)
Carborundum screen print on paper
18” x 20”