Art for Haiti NYC

Jay Davis unitled

Lot 064

2010

8.5″ x 10.5″

acrylic, vinyl and gouache on paper

Value: $1500 Min. bid: $500

Henrietta Mantooth Across the river

Lot 063

1995

18″ x 21″ (plus frame)

Oil pastel on paper

Value: $1200 Min. Bid: $250

Henrietta Mantooth’s work is in the Queens Museum of Art, The American Academy of Arts and Letters in N.Y.C., The Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, The Museum of Modern Art in Brazil and in numerous galleries and collections across America.

Marc Lepson Cherry Blossom II, Brooklyn, NY

Lot 062

2002

25″ x 38″

Screen print on paper, unframed, 1/8

Value: $1000 Min. Bid: $200

Marc Lepson has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, Gigantic Artspace, M.Y. Art Propspects, and White Box, in addition to numerous cities around the world

Catherine Ramey Convergence #2
Lot 061
9″ x 10″
Oil on linen
Value: $500 Min Bid: $75
Current Bid: $75
Catherine has shown her work extensively in New York City for many years. Highlights include: Shala Studio, JLA Tribeca, Cheryl Pelavin Gallery, The Gallery at 1 East 53, Artist Space, and Bowery Gallery.

Michelle Hailey Untitled (sunset)

Lot 060

2010

11 x 14″

Oil, pencil, and collage on paper

Value: $1000 Min. Bid: $250

Walter Sipser N-Ray

Lot 059

1992

17″ x 14″

Pastel on paper

Value: $800 Min Bid: $150

Current Bid: $150

Sebastian Black Puppy

Lot 058

2010

12″ x 9″

Oil on canvas

Value: $500 Min. Bid: $125

Elizabeth Demaray Upholstered Rubble

Lot 057

2009

21.5Dx12Wx10H (including stand)

upholstery material, nylon stitch, concert rubble with rebar attached, rubble stand

Value: $7000 Min. Bid: $1750

Lesley Dill Listen

Lot 056

2004

13.5″ x 5.75″

Lithograph and blue horsehair, AP 19/20

Value: $800 Min. Bid: $400

Andrew Lenaghan Washington St. View of Manhattan Bridge

Lot 055

2006

7″ x 7″

Oil on panel

Value: $1500 Min. Bid: $700

Emna Zghal The Tree that Weeps

Lot 054

2006

9″x 11″

Etching A/P

Value: $600 Min. Bid: $150

Emna Zghal is in collections worldwide including the Museum for African Art (NY), Yale University, and the New York Public Library. She has exhibited her work at M.Y. Art Prospects, The Scene Gallery, Smack Mellon Gallery, Skoto Gallery, Newark Museum, and the National Arts Club among others.


Paula DeLuccia Mantis

Lot 053

2010

14″ x 14″

Acrylic on board

Value: $1800 Min. Bid: $450

Kenneth Willardt 2001

Lot 052

2000

13.5″ x 10.75″

Photo (Signed, 2/9) Framed

Value: $1500 Min. Bid: $375

Kenneth has  photographed an extensive collection of editorials and covers for such magazine powerhouses as Vogue, Allure, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, GQ and InStyle.



Suzanne Goldenberg Carried

Lot 051

2009

5″ x 7″

Ink on paper

Value: $300 Min. Bid: $50

Giles Lyon Right here right here

Lot 050

2010

7″ x 5″

Acrylic on canvas

Value: $1000 Min. Bid: $250

Giles has shown at Schroeder Romero, Momenta Art, Artists Space, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and MoMA’s PS 1 to name a few.

Johanna Unzueta Tea Cup Drip

Lot 049

2010

12″ x 7″ x 7″

Felt, thread and log

Value: $500  Min. Bid: $100

Johanna has had exhibitions at the Queens Museum of Art, Thrust Projects, Artists Space, Exit Art and extensively throughout South America.

Felipe Mujica Escuela de Verano 1968 (Yellow on black)

Lot 048

2009

21.5″ x 29.5″

Silkscreen print, unlimited edition (Framed)

Value: $750  Min. Bid: $150

Felipe Mujica has shown extensively in Chile and abroad in addition to his various shows in New York City, including: The Center for Book Arts, Exit Art, Artists Space, the Swiss Institute and the Rotunda Gallery.

Hank Willis Thomas Absloute No Return

Lot 047   Live Auction

30″ x 20″

Digital C-print Artist’s Proof

Value: $1500 Min. Bid: $750    Courtesy of Jack Shainman Galllery

Hank Willis Thomas has shown extensively in museums and galleries in the United States and his work is in important collections including The International Center of Photography, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston The Studio Museum in Harlem and The Wadsworth Atheneum.

Jane Benson Dead Swan Wallpaper

Lot 046

2009

36″ x 27″

Cut Wallpaper

Value: $2000 Min. Bid: $500

Jane Benson has shown her work at Roebling Hall, Black and White Gallery, PS 1 Museum, and Burry Museum in England among others. According to the New York Times, her work has, “subversions of beauty, class, and Arts and Crafts style.


Itziar Okariz De mi, Writing with flashlight

Lot 045

2005

25″ x 21″

Action/Photographs Edition 1/2 + 1ap

Value: $2000   Min. Bid: $500

Ivan Navarro Pie Graph #9

Lot 044

1997

Gouacahe on paper

8.5 x 11 in. (framed)

Value: $1000  Min Bid: $250

Ivan Navarro has shown at the Intelligent Design Momenta Art, Roebling Hall, Whitney Museum, Exit Art and White Box.

Stephanie Dinkins Americana print

Lot 043

2007

Transfer print on book page

Value: $200  Min. Bid: $100

Stephanie Dinkins’ has recently been featured in /This Land Is My Land/ a solo exhibition at the University Art Gallery, Stony Brook University as well as /She’s So Articulate/, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA.

Will Barnett Poem 21 (After the poem by Emily Dickinson)

Lot 042   Live Auction

1997

14 5/8″ x 21 5/8″

Color lithograph on somerset paper AP Nobler printer

Value: $2000 Min. Bid: $1000

Will Barnet’s work is in the collections of  renowned museums, including: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, the Guggenheim, the Whitney and the National Gallery of Art among many others.

Kate Gilmore Main Squeeze

Lot 041

2006

16″ x 16″ (framed)

Photo (video still)

Value: $1000  Min. Bid: $250

Kate Gilmore has shown at the Smith-Stewart Gallery, Pierogi Gallery, White Gallery, PS 1, Sara Meltzer Gallery and the Whitney among others. She is included in the 2010 Whitney Biennial.

Begonia Santa-Cecilia The Field 8

Lot 040

2009

26″ x  26″

Acrylic and oil on canvas

Value: $2500 Min. Bid: $500

Begonia Santa Cecilia has shown at the National Arts Club, New York, Totem Gallery, New York, Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia, Spain, and Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn.

Esperanza Mayobre Study of Symphony of Nothing

Lot 039

2009

15″ x 10″

Graphite, Charcoal

Value: $900  Min. Bid: $225

Esperanza Mayobre has been featured in numerous shows in the U.S. and internationally, including: the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Bronx Museum, Smack Mellon, Printed Matter and the Rich Gallery in London.


Taylor McKimens  Broken Bulb

Lot 038 Live Auction

2005

8 3/8″ x 11″
acrylic, opaque pen and acryla-gouache on paper mounted on wood.

Value: $1200  Min. Bid: $300

Taylor McKimens has exhibited around the world from Gallerie Zurner, Paris, to Max Wigram Gallery, London. New York exhibitions include: PS 1, Clementine Gallery, and White Box. He is represented by Deitch Projects.

William Crump Through the pass to the light up ahead

Lot 037

2008
17″ x 13″
graphite and acrylic on paper

Value: $400  Min. Bid: $100

Charlotta Westergren Untitled (study)

Lot 036

2009

14″ x 18″

Mylar

Value: $3200  Min. Bid: $800

The hyper-real paintings of Charlotta Westergren are “self-aware without being self-mocking: sweet but tense.” [New York Times] Her work has been exhibited in galleries across the country, and specifically in New York City at the Dee/Glasoe Gallery, the Bellwether Gallery, and the Mark Pasek Gallery among others.


William Lamson Untitled (Horizon)

Lot 035   Live Auction

2009

20″ x 14″

Digital C- Print (1 of 7)

Value: $1200  Min. Bid: $300

William Lamson’s work focuses on issues of what he describes as “masculinity, amateurism, science, play, and the quixotic quest for personal heroism.” According to the Village Voice, “Lamson’s thoughtful mayhem is dead-on.” He is represented by Pierogi (Brooklyn), and has shown extensively across the United States.



Ilan Averbuch The Book of Stone and Steel

Lot 034

2004

Mixed media on paper
35″ x 50″ inches (framed) 30″ x 44″ drawing only
Value: $5000  Min. Bid: $1250
New York based sculptor Ilan Averbuch is known for his monumental configurations. He has shown around the world in Germany, France, Israel, and Canada to name a few. He is represented by the Nancy Hoffman Gallery, and has exhibited his work in the Jewish Museum, PS1 Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum.

Hugo Bastidas Study for Around About Now; One One Thousand (Heads Up)

Lot 033

1997

Oil onsized paper

15″ x 11″

Value: $2500  Min. Bid: $ 625

Jesse Bercowetz  Untitled

Lot 032

7″ x 5″

Mixed media

Value: $500 Min. Bid: $125

Courtesy of Derek Eller Gallery

Louise Peabody Adelyne

Lot 031

2003

31: x 40″ (framed)/ 23″ x 31″ (unframed)

Acrylic and conte Crayon on paper

Value: $2500 Min. Bid: $625

Painter Louise Peabody is currently showing at the Woodward Gallery (NYC), and has also exhibited her work at the Caelum Gallery, the Atlantic Gallery, and the Jack Gallery. She is in the public collections of the Century Association, The National Arts Club (NYC), and The Butler Institute of America Art.


Andy Warhol Lighthouse footwear

Lot 030   Live Auction

45″ x 30″

Value: $500  Min. Bid: $250

Donated by Posters Please, Inc.

Rivka Shifman Katvan Broadway Bares 1

Lot 029

2001

12″ x  18″
Archival Digital  print

Value: $1000 Min. Bid: $800
Katvan’s photographs have shown recently at The Borowsky Gallery in Philadelphia and in multiple exhibitions at Gallery 138. Her work featured in numerous books and periodicals including the New York Times, Maxim, and Wedding Bells.

Mark Wagner  Humpty

Lot 028

2007

6″ x 4″

Currency collage on museum board

Value: $1500  Min. Bid: $375

Wagner’s work is collected by dozens of institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, The Walker Art Center, the Library of Congress, and the Smithsonian Institution. It has shown at The Metropolitan Museum, The Getty Research Institute, and The Brooklyn Museum.


Nick De Pirro White Strike (Levering and Garrigues)
Lot 027

2009

24″ x 36″

Monotype on Eary 19th-Century Blueprint
Value: $200  Min. Bid: $100

Current Bid: $100

Nick De Pirro is a sculptor and performance artist who had exhibited work in commercial and non-profit spaces in New York, Philadelphia,  and nationally.

Milton Glaser Girl with hummingbird

Lot 026 Live Auction

1995
7 3/4″ x 9 1/2″, with frame, 11 1/2″ x 13 1/4″
Lithograph, e/a X/XX
Value: $250  Min. Bid: $150

Milton Glaser is one of the most influential graphic designers alive.  He has had solo shows at both the Museum of Modern Art and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris. He is featured in the permanent collections of MoMA, the National Archive, Smithsonian Institute, and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, to name only a few.


Joe Mama-Nitzberg and Marc Swanson Untitled/Farrah

Lot 025

2009

16″ x 20″

Digital C-Print (Edition 2 of 5)

Value: $2200 Min. Bid $550

Joe Mama-Nitzberg and Marc Swanson have shown at the Seattle Museum of Art, Gavlak Projects in Palm Beach, and NYC’s Bellwether Gallery. This series of photographic Memorial Portraiture utilizes “floral arrangements” to construct iconic images of celebrities, from Harvey Milk to Farrah Fawcett.


Nancy Goldring La Guardia: Pink Drip

Lot 024

2001
20″x23″

cibachrome foto-projection (#2 of edition of 3)

Value: $4000 Min. Bid: $800

Photographer Nancy Goldring has exhibited her work around the world. Stateside, she has shown at Gallery 138, the Jayne H. Baum Gallery, the National Museum of American Art, and the Museum of Modern Art.  Her work is in the collections of the International Center for Photography, the Houston Museum of Fine Art and Biblioteque Nationale (Paris) among countless others.


Judith Page, David (9-29-06) form Portraits in Plasma

Lot 023
2006-07

4 x 6″
Tar Gel, Acrylic, Photograph on Canvas

Value: $1100.00  Min. Bid: $500

Current Bid: $500

Judith Page is a New York based artist who is known for her inventive use of materials and stimulating social commentary. Her work has been exhibited at countless galleries around the country.


Melanie Baker, Laurel Crown II,

Lot 022

2009

10″ x 16″ (unframed)
graphite and colored pencil on antique paper
value: $2000  Min. Bid: $400
Melanie Baker’s work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions at many venues around New York City including the Brooklyn Museum, the Jersey City Museum,  the Albany University Museum and White Box. She has had solo exhibitions in Salvador, Brazil and Toronto. She has had  recent solo exhibitions at Hendershot Gallery and  Roebling Hall in New York City and Dowling College .

Joy Garnett, Other Galaxies

Lot 021

1997

6 x 26″ (unframed)

oil on canvas

Value: $1200  Min. Bid: $300

Joy Garnett lives and works in New York City where she is represented by the Winkleman Gallery. Notable past exhibitions include, the PS1 Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Says the NY Times: “Joy Garnett’s paintings of fiery, storm-swollen skies are about turbulence in a larger sense.”


Joan Linder, Summer of Love, 2004

Lot 020
22 x 30″
etching, edition 7/75

Value: $750  Min. Bid: $200

Joan Linder’s recent exhibition was called “a tour de force” by The New York Times. Linder is represented by Mixed Greens Gallery in Chelsea, where she has done numerous solo and group shows.  Her work has also been exhibited in Roebling Hall, the Riva Gallery, the White Columns Gallery, the Sarah Meltzer Gallery and the Rowland Contemporary in Chicago.


Zefrey Throwell, Typical

Lot 019

2010
Photograph, 1 of 1, 16×20″ Not framed
Value: $500  Min. Bid: $250

Current Bid: $250

Zefrey Throwell  is a member of three collectives, Red76, Cameracartell and Thin Ice Collective. Zefrey works with Gallery 138 in New York and is a regular contributing member to Art International Radio and was recently included in the 2007 Venice Biennale.


Paul Takeuchi, Pierrot 2.0 Triptych, 2009 (from the Pierrot 2.0 Series, an homage to Nadar)
Lot 018
2009
3.2 x 7″ on 8.5 x 11″ paper
Archival digital inkjet print
Value: $300  Min. Bid: $75
Current Bid: $75
Paul Takeuchi’s work has been showcased in The New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, and the Tokyo Journal among others. He was recently awarded 1st Place Lucie Award from the International Photography Awards.


Amy Park, Light Bridge with Golden Mortar (Brooklyn Bridge)

Lot 017   Live Auction

2009

30” x 22” Unframed

Watercolor on paper

Value: $2500 Min Bid: $650

Amy Park has had numerous exhibitions including Project Row House (Houston, TX), and College of DuPage (Glen Ellyn, IL). She was a recipient of the Marie Walsh Sharpe Space Program Residency in 2007-08


Louise Bourgeois, Les Fleurs

Lot 016 Live Auction Only

2009

11 x 8 1/2″

Silkscreen on paper, AP 13 Edition of 175 with 25 APs
Value: $750 Min Bid: $400

Louise Bourgeois emigrated to the United States in 1938. Though her beginnings were as an engraver and painter, by the 1940s she had turned her attention to sculptural work, for which she is now recognized as a twentieth-century leader. Bourgeois’s work is in the collections of most major museums around the world.


Nicole Parcher, Blazin

Lot 015

2008

30 x 30″ unframed
Oil on Canvas
Value: $2400  Min. Bid: $600
Nicole has been showing her work on a regular basis in New York City since 1996, she has been reviewed twice in the New York times and is preparing for her upcoming solo show at The Dutch Kills Gallery in New York City this March.

unframed

William Oberst, Shoreline at Pemaquid Point

Lot 014

2007

8.25″ x 5″ Frame size: 13 in. wide x 10 in. high

Watercolor

Value: $800  Min. Bid: $200

William Oberst maintains a studio in downtown North Adams, Massachusetts, and is affiliated with Atlantic Gallery in New York City. In 2007, he had a solo show at the Islip Museum of Art.


Stephen Barnwell American Excess

Lot 013

2008

8.5 x 11”  (11 x 14” framed)

Digital print with mixed media

Value: $200  Min. Bid: $50

Current Bid: $75

Stephen Barnwell’s moneyart prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe, including the Palais de Tokyo Contemporary Art Museum in Paris, the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in California, and the Andrew Kreps Gallery in New York City.


Paul Villinksi LP butterflies

Lot 012

2009

Each approximately 6” x 9”, unframed

Vinyl LP records, wire.

Value: $600  Min. Bid: $150

Paul Vilinski has been featured in over 90 exhibitions across the country. Recent shows have been at The Museum of Arts and Design (NY), the Hillwood Art Museum (NY), and the Morgan Lehman Gallery (NYC), among others. Villinski’s work, “is breathtaking, at once whimsical and, oddly bittersweet.” [the Wall Street Journal]


Kamilla Talbot Myvatn 3

Lot 011

2007

8″ x 16″ (framed)

Oil on panel

Value: $900  Min. Bid: $500

Current Bid: $500

Kamilla Talbot has been shown in numerous exhibitions including: the Bruno Marina Gallery, the Lori Bookstein Fine Art, the Bowery Gallery, and the Prince Street Gallery. She had a solo exhibition at the Johannes Larsen Museum, Denmark and is in their permanent collection.



Berty Skuber Abacus / Carte Veneziane

Lot 010

2006, Hotel Aicha Press

Artist book with Drawing

Value: $650  Min. Bid: $175

Italian-born artist Berty Skuber, who has ties to the international Fluxus movement, has exhibited her work around the world.  Locally, she has shown at the Robert Miller Gallery, Alex Rosenberg Gallery and Emily Harvey Gallery among others. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (Lodz), Center for Contemporary Art (Warsaw), and the Getty Museum (CA) to name a few.


Dread Scott Dem Dogon Knew a Thing or Two

Lot 009

2006

16″ x 16″ x 6″

Doll, wood

Value: $1500  Min. Bid: $375

Dread Scott’s work has been called “quite resonant” and has been in exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, Roebling Hall and the Robert Miller Gallery in New York.  He is in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the New Museum of Contemporary Art (NY).


Brookie Maxwell Halo 1-3

Lot 008

2010

18″ x 24″ each

Caran d’ache crayon on vellum

value $1800  Min. Bid: $1500

Brookie Maxwell’s work will be featured in Beyond the Blues: Reflections of African America in the Fine Arts Collection of the Amistad Research Center at the New Orleans Museum of Art in 2010. Her Due Diligence piece was recently performed at Theater for a New City’s LES Festival.

Joseph Heidecker Business man series: suit n tied
Lot 007
2009
11″ x 14″
Thread on photograph
Value: $1200  Min. Bid: $300
Current Bid: $800
Joseph Heidecker has been featured in the New York Times and the New Yorker.  His art has been shown at Ricco/Maresca Gallery, Washington Square E. Gallery, Islip Arts Museum and the Gruss Center for the Arts.  He is in the collections of Joel-Peter Witkin, Benecio Del Toro, Michael Hoppen Gallery of London and Spencer Throckmorton.

Joseph Heidecker  Erotic series w/ white paddle

Lot 006

2008

10″ x 12″

mixed media on vintage cabinet card photo, framed

Value: $1250  Min. Bid: $300

Joseph Heidecker Cabinet card  ”Ehm”

Lot 005   Live Auction Only

2006

5″ x 7″

mixed media on vintage cabinet card photo

Value: $1200  Min. Bid: $300

John Fekner & Don Leicht Indulge

004

1993-2005

24”x36”x1/4”

Spray paint & computer generated image mounted on Centra

Value: $2,000. Min. bid: $400

John Fekner and Don Leicht’s  work and installations addressing social issues have been seen in the streets of New York, and exhibited in contemporary and alternative spaces, galleries and museums. Highlights include: the Grey Art Gallery, Bronx Museum of Art, PS1 Museum, the New Museum of Contemprary Art, and the Smithsonian International Gallery.


Terry Boddie Knowledge

003

2001

29 1/2 x 21 1/2

Lithograph

Value: $400  Min. Bid: $100

Current Bid: $150

Photographer Terry Boddie is among the “artists who are stretching the medium in all kinds of directions.” [New York Times]  His work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the Philadelphia African American Museum and in multiple exhibitions at Gallery 138.

Thomas Lendvai Mini Bricks

002

2007 (edition of 5)

6.5″x 2.5″x 5.5″

painted MDF
Value: $600  Min. Bid: $150

Thomas Lendavi has shown extensively in Brooklyn and New York City. Highlights include: Nurture Art, Space within Space, Visual Arts Gallery, West Side Gallery and Winkleman Gallery.

Tom Otterness Free Money

Lot 001

1999  12 ½ x 10 x 10 inches  Unlimited edition plaster

Value: $1,500. Min bid: $1,000

According to the New York Times, Tom Otterness is “…the world’s best public sculptor,” who “can animate public spaces with […] characters acting out parables of modern life.” His work is featured in the collections of MoMA, the Whitney Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum and the Brooklyn Museum among others.