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24Oct
Raffle tickets for unique objects and editions to benefit Artadia
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM St. Francis Yacht club
Date: October 24, 2018 to October 24, 2018
Where: St. Francis Yacht club, 99 Yacht Road, San Francisco, California, United States, 94123
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Event Type: Other
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Raffle tickets may be purchased on this page; this event does not require a ticket to attend. Please join Joelle Connolly, Marjory Graue, and Ellen Coleman for a festive evening celebrating Artadia's 20th anniversary. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be served. All proceeds will support Artadia's Awards program. James Welling, Seafoam, 2013. Inkjet print on Museo Silver Rag, 19 x 13 in. Edition of 30. James Welling has been questioning the norms of representation since the 1970s. His work centers on an exploration of photography, shuffling the elemental components of the medium to produce a distinctly uncompromising body of work. Mieke Marple, Art World Tarot Cards (2nd edition), 2018. 78-card deck, trifold insert identifies Major and Minor Arcana. 5 x 7 inches. Edition of 250. A subject of artist interpretation and popular fancy since its birth in Renaissance-era Europe, tarot has always beguiled with veiled meaning and transcendental appeal. In the hands of Mieke Marple—artist and cofounder of Night Gallery in Los Angeles—tarot card archetypes have been reinterpreted as playful takes on real people in the artist's life and other figures who have been important to her. Marple says of the second edition, "it mirrors my current musings, trepidations, and desires—particularly around the "Tower" of Trump and the potential of technology to improve the art world." Courtesy of Minnesota Street Project. A clock by Tauba Auerbach Auerbach is known for creating work about language and logic through a variety of media. Her training as a traditional sign painter often informs her text-based work. For this work, the artist designed the clock face and its 24 numerals. The clock's mechanism runs from midnight to midnight, meaning the hands circle the clock once every 24 hours. This time keeping system, also known as military time or astronomical time, is the most commonly used numerical time notation in the world today, yet very few analog clocks employ a 24-hour mechan