This week is your last oppotunity to purchase tickets to Center of Photography at Woodstock''s 2012 Benefit Gala! Proceeds from the Gala benefit the CPW's programs and need your support! Check out all the details below as well as more info on the CPW website.
You can now purchase tickets to CPW's 2012 Benefit Gala. Tickets will be available for purchase until September 28, 2012.
To purchase tickets or make a donation, click here!
Can't attend the live sale? Not to worry -
place an absentee bid online and preview the nearly 70 stunning lots of
contemporary and classic photographs, including 2 very special
"experience" lots! Bids may be placed until midnight, Saturday, October 6, 2012.
To bid online, click here!
Willis "Buzz" Hartshorn, Ehrenkranz Director at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Buzz Hartshorn joined the International Center of Photography's staff in 1982. His passionate and committed leadership as Director from 1994-2012 cultivated ICP into one of the world's leading institutions dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography. Award presented by Nathan Lyons.
CPW's 34th annual benefit auction of contemporary and classic photographs. Including works by Shelby Lee Adams, David Armstrong, Eugene Atget, Matthew Brandt, Edward Burtynsky, Cornell Capa, Robert Capa, Elinor Carucci, Bruce Davidson, Tim Davis, Baron Adolf DeMeyer, John Dugdale, Barbara Ess, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Kenro Izu, Andre Kertesz, Daniel Kramer, Elliott Landy, Saul Leiter, Leon Levinstein, Vivian Maier, David Maisel, Mary Ellen Mark, Sheila Metzner, Martin Munkacsi, Lori Nix, Liliana Porter, Platon, Lilo Raymond, Alison Rossiter, Aaron Siskind, Paul Strand, Hank Willis Thomas,Brian Ulrich, Randy West, and many more!
PROCEEDS BENEFIT CPW'S VENERABLE PROGRAMS INCLUDING:
- WOODSTOCK A-I-R,
an artist workspace residency program, which was listed in March 2012
as one of the top 20 residency programs in the United States on
- The WOODSTOCK PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS & LECTURE SERIES that has been educating and inspiring photographers of all ages since CPW's inception in 1977
- The PHOTOGRAPHER'S FELLOWSHIP FUND, which has awarded nearly $68,000 to 84 regional artists working in photography since 1980.