Artists Supporting Artists
A NYFA Benefit Show
New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to present Artists Supporting Artists: A NYFA Benefit Show from Tuesday, March 17 – Wednesday, April 10, 2020 at Chashama’s Space to Present at 340 E 64th Street. All works, created by more than 50 established and emerging artists, will be up for bidding on Tuesday, March 17; proceeds will support NYFA programs and resources that serve artists throughout the United States and internationally.
The pieces on display will range from colorful abstract and figurative paintings to textile art, drawings, artist books, collage works, photography, and sculptures.
Featured artists include
Samira Abbassy, Leslie Alfin, Fanny Allié, David Ambrose, Polly Apfelbaum, Tomie Arai, Andrea Arroyo, Katie Bell, Judith Brodsky, Deric Carner, Bill Carroll, Darlene Charneco, Cecile Chong, Ellen Colcord, Maria de los Angeles, Marylyn Dintenfass, Sally Egbert, Patricia Fabricant, Jim Gaylord, Janet Goleas, Michael Haggiag, Amir Hariri, Amy Hill, Jean Holabird, Barry Holden, Brian Hopkins, Anna Kott, Eleanora Kupencow, Donald Lipski, Nicola López, LoVid, Sangram Majumdar, Jeanette May, Andy Mister, Aya Miyatake, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Natalia Nakazawa, Barbara Nessim, Lee O’Connor, Paul Pagk, Dorothy Paolo, Joel Perlman, Armita Raafat, Daniel Rich, Jessica Rohrer, Michael Rosch, Carol Ross, Toni Ross, Nadia Sablin, Miriam Schaer, Miriam Schapiro, Joan Semmel, Sandy Skoglund, Arlene Slavin, Claire Watson, Edwina White, Shihori Yamamoto, and Nina Yankowitz.
The online auction site will be live from 12:00 PM Tuesday, March 17 through Saturday, April 10, and is being held in conjuction with NYFA’s Hall of Fame. This year’s inductees are Kay WalkingStick and Chin Chih Yang, both past recipients of the NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship, which are individual unrestricted grants made to artists who are living and working in New York State. WalkingStick was also recognized in 2018 with the Murray Reich Distinguished Artist Award, which is awarded to mature and established visual artists with a long history of creative practice.
Image Detail: Maria de los Angeles, Virgin de Guadalupe y El Indio, 2019