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Madison Avenue Gallery Walk
Jonas Wood: Prints

Saturday, April 28, 2018, 10am–6pm
New York
www.madisonavenuegallerywalk.com

Visit more than fifty galleries that span Madison Avenue from East Fifty-Seventh to East Eighty-Sixth Streets the Saturday preceding Frieze New York, the European Fine Art Fair,  and Art New York. Throughout the day, curators at participating galleries will present discussions about their respective exhibitions. The Gagosian Shop will host a talk on the current exhibition Jonas Wood: Prints. To attend this free event, reserve tickets at www.artnews.com. Space is limited and will be granted on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Artwork © Jonas Wood

Artwork © Jonas Wood

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Visit nearly fifty galleries that line Madison Avenue from East Fifty-Seventh to East Eighty-Sixth Streets the Saturday preceding Frieze New York and the European Fine Art Fair. Throughout the day, curators at participating galleries will present discussions about their respective exhibitions. The event is free and open to the public.

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Gagosian is pleased to support the Coalition for the Homeless’s Artist Plate Project fundraiser. Artwork by fifty artists, including Cecily Brown, Katharina Grosse, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Sarah Sze, Andy Warhol, Jonas Wood, and Christopher Wool, is featured on limited-edition dinner plates produced by Prospect and made available through Artware Editions to support the Coalition’s lifesaving programs. All of the funds raised by the sale of the plates will provide food, crisis services, housing, and other critical aid to thousands of people experiencing homelessness and instability. The purchase of one plate can feed seventy-five homeless and hungry New Yorkers.

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