- Osaka Station by Emily Shur
- Almond orchard in bloom west of Lost Hills, CA. by Sam Comen
- Inquiring Minds by Aline Smithson
- On Location, When Harry Met Sally by Henrik Knudsen
- Suburban Smokers by Chris Buck
- Untitled by James Minchin
- Mavericks by Jake Stangel
- Painted Cactus, High Desert Test Sites, Joshua Tree by Peter Bohler
- Bring Me Love/ Take My Love by Ryan Pfluger
- Takashi Murakami at the In-n-Out burger by Jason Schmidt
SENSE: A SILENT AUCTION TO BENEFIT MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Rachael Lieberman and the Lucie Foundation host a carefully curated group photography show that speaks specifically to the five senses—sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. The show and silent auction, featuring the works of 50 artists*, will benefit Multiple Sclerosis**, a debilitating illness that affects the senses. The collection will be available to view and purchase by silent auction starting April 11 online and culminate with the show on April 25 at FLOOD Gallery. Proceeds will benefit the neurology department at UCLA who is conducting advanced scientific research and looking to build a center to provide a multidisciplinary approach to the care and treatment of MS patients.
Participating artists include: Koury Angelo,Ian Allen, Adam Amengual, Corey Arnold, David Black, Peter Bohler, Chris Buck, Dan Busta, Joao Canziani, Danny Clinch, Sam Comen, Chris Craymer, James Dimmock, Justin Fantl, Amanda Friedman, Kris Graves, Gregory Halpern, Andrew Hetherington, Shaughn + John, Henrik Knudsen, Gillian Laub, Daniel Seung Lee, Spencer Lowell, Jimmy Marble, James Minchin, Jeff Minton, Michael Muller, Frank Ockenfels, Eric Ogden, Ahndraya Parlato, Ryan Pfluger, Richard Phibbs, Gus Powell, Joe Pugliese, Smallz + Raskind, Mike Rosenthal, Matthew Salacuse, Jami Saunders, Michael Schmelling, Jason Schmidt, Martin Schoeller, Manjari Sharma, Emily Shur, Jake Stangel, Aline Smithson, Art Streiber, Noah Webb, Peter Yang, Mathieu Young, Coral von Zumwalt.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. Symptoms range from blurred vision, loss of balance, poor coordination, slurred speech, tremors, numbness, extreme fatigue, problems with memory and concentration, paralysis, blindness and more. There is presently no cure for MS. Your participation in the online auction and/or attendance at the show will go a long way.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
6:30pm – 9:30pm
THIS IS A TICKETED EVENT! PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.
Lite snacks provided by whitehousedish, beverages by Lagunitas Brewing Company and Titos Handmade Vodka.
Exhibition on view for one night only.
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