WagMag Brooklyn Art Guide’s annual benefit will be held at The Boiler on May 21, from 7-9pm. Buy your tickets to the event here.
A PREVIEW OF ARTWORKS IS AVAILABLE AT WAGMAG.ORG/BENEFIT. CHECK BACK DAILY FOR UPDATES OF PARTICIPATING ARTISTS AND WORKS– THIS YEARS BENEFIT EXHIBITION IS LIMITED TO 100 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS SELECTED BY INVITATION ONLY.
For the past fourteen years WAGMAG has supported Brooklyn art communities by establishing a forum to promote art exhibitions and events and has coordinated an effort to unify neighbor galleries and artists.
There will be approximately 100 pieces of artwork generously donated by local galleries and artists for the raffle during the event evening. Enjoy a festive atmosphere with hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, beer and wine, and cutting-edge artwork from prominent artists in Brooklyn will be available.
As an additional honor, selected artists will be acknowledged for outstanding merit by WAGMAG Benefit Committee member Lisa Levy, who will be awarding ribbons to acknowledge some of the fabulous art for it’s specific outstanding qualities. To that end, she will be awarding ribbons to a selection of artworks that contain those special qualities such as Most Clashing Colors, Most Impractical to Bring Home. Most Time Consuming to Make and more!
Daniel Aycock: WAGMAG
Ethan Crenson: Fuseworks
Nasa Hadizadeh: Alt Citizen
Randall Harris: Figureworks
Mandy Kalajian: Mirrorball
Lisa Kim: Two Trees
Lisa Levy: Artist
Stephen Mallon: Artist
Karen Marston: NURTUREart
Jill McDermid: Grace Exhibition Space
Julie McKim: Kunsthalle Galapagos
Charlotte Mouquin: Corridor Gallery/Rush Arts
Ellen Rand: Art 101
Henry Sanchez: Artist
Miho Suzuki: Artist
Kathleen Vance: Front Room Gallery
Susie Watkins: Vernissage
Monika Wuhrer: Open Source Gallery