A benefit exhibition at Zürcher Gallery, NYC
curated and organized by Ernesto Renda
August 5 - September 4, 2020
Linus Borgo for Sylvia Rivera Law Project
Anthony Cudahy for Seeding Sovereigty
Shuriya Davis for For The Gworls
Erik Hanson for Corbin Hill Food Project
Dylan Hurwitz for Ali Forney Center
Drew Kohler for Black Trans Advocacy Coalition
Menika Lue for Kia Feeds the People Program
Laura Murray for Camp Friendship Food Pantry
Jamall Osterholm for College Visions
Keisha Prioleau-Martin for Fresh Air
Bony Ramirez for Princess Janae Place
Ernesto Renda for Bard Prison Initiative
Jacob Sorkin for The Marsha P. Johnson Institute
Kathia St. Hilaire for Mount Hope Learning Center
Skye Volmar for Alliance of Families for Justice
Anna Weyant for Emergency Release Fund
Andrew Woolbright for Free Arts NYC
As an alternative to the saying "you have to start somewhere", we must begin wherever we are is a truism from Gayatri Spivak's English translation of Jacques Derrida that has resonated with me ever since I first read it. Beginning wherever we are is beginning at the realistic point of a lack of consensus. Rather than nominating a single beneficiary organization for this exhibition, each artist was asked to name a non-profit to which 100% the proceeds of the sale of their work will go.
Public viewing hours will vary by week for this exhibition. To receive weekly notifications about public viewing hours, please subscribe to my newsletter here. To make an appointment or request a PDF pricelist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointments must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance.
33 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012
Broadway-Lafayette B D F M trains / Bleecker Street 6 train
The gallery will be open to the public for the final 2 days of the exhibition:
Thursday, September 3, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday, September 4, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Appointments also available Sunday - Friday.
Closed on Saturday.
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