A Virtual Online Auction Benefiting STORIES: The AIDS Monument
Hosted by Artsy.net
Bidding starts 12:00 PM PST Tuesday, November 10
Open through 2:00 PM PST Tuesday, November 24
Register now at artsy.net/photo20benefit
Photo20 is a virtual Photo and Art Auction to benefit STORIES: The AIDS Monument. The Monument is in the final planning phase and the ground breaking has taken place at this extraordinary location on San Vicente Boulevard in West Hollywood Park.
The AIDS Monument will be an important, living memorial that tells the story of the AIDS pandemic to millions of people for decades to come. Over 1,000 people have donated to this effort, and hundreds of artists have contributed over the years for the Photo events.
Artwork and photos will be available for bidding online through Artsy’s platform,
which provides a world class auction experience for art collection all over the world.
Register at artsy.net/photo20benefit
Participating artists include Deborah Anderson, Diane Arbus, John Baldessari, Mathieu Bitton, Sean Black, Sylvie Blum, Bil Brown, Michael Childers, Anthony Friedkin, Jeff Garlin, Ron Galella, Greg Gorman, Dennis Hopper, Annie Leibovitz, Julian Lennon, Antonio Lopez, Jeffrey Milstein, Leonard Nimoy, Jack Pierson, Neal Preston,, Herb Ritts, Ed Ruscha, Norman Seeff, Wolfgang Tillmans, Nick Ut, Firooz Zahedi and more.
Committee members include Bianca Chen, Paris Chong, Kipton Cronkite, Craig Dougherty, John Gile, Charles Hannah, Bobby Heller, Patricia Lanza, Willie Maldonado, Jorge Mellado, Melanie Pullen, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Tony Valenzuela & Firooz Zahedi.
Your purchases will enable the Foundation to fund the Digital Monument, which extends STORIES: The AIDS Monument beyond West Hollywood Park to anyone, anywhere so a global audience is better informed and educated about the AIDS pandemic.
The Digital Monument will be a destination for a broad and diverse audience to both source and share inspirational STORIES of love, caring and activism which heal, comfort, and educate people the world over. Extensive programming will be provided which ensures the history of those affected by the AIDS pandemic will never be forgotten.