Carriage Trade Art Benefit— 4/17.

Carriage Trade is re-opening as a non-profit at 62 Walker Street (near Broadway) with a benefit to raise funds for its upcoming programming. The artwork can be previewed from 2-6 pm Wednesday, April 14 - Saturday, April 17, the day of the raffle event. The number of tickets sold will equal the number of donated works. On the night of the raffle, ticket holders are entitled to choose an artwork once their numbers have been randomly drawn. The artworks will be presented anonymously, with the identity of the artist revealed only after the ticket holder acquires the piece.

Artists: Graham Anderson, Michael Ashkin, David Baskin, Betty Beaumont, Martin Beck, Dike Blair, Barbara Bloom, Katherine Bowling Christina Cahill, Antoine Catala, Barbara Ess, Rochelle Feinstein, Liselot van de Heijden, Eric Heist, Ed Hemingway, Shirley Irons, Carol Irving, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Jennifer Karady, Tom Kotik, Tom Kovachevich, Ligorano/Reese, Pam Lins, John Miller, R.H. Quaytman, Walter Robinson, Ron Rocheleau, Zoe Sheehan Saldana, David Schafer, Julia Scher, Heidi Schlatter, Dennis Sears, Mark Sengbusch, James Siena, Mike Smith, Seton Smith, Monica Sziladi, Colin Thomson, Julia Wachtel, Lindsay Walt, Oliver Wasow
Carriage Trade Art Benefit
Saturday, April 17, from 6-10 pm
Raffle will begin at 7:30pm
Artwork will be on view:
Wednesday, April 14, from 2-6pm
Thursday, April 15, from 2-6pm
Friday, April 16, from 2-6pm
Saturday, April 17, from 12-6pm, Raffle: 6-10pm
62 Walker Street
Peter Scott / Director,
Amber Vilas / Gallery Assistant,