2018 Benefit Art Auction
LET THE BIDDING BEGIN!
San Francisco Cinematheque presents its Eighth Annual Art Auction and Benefit, an annual auction of visual and media arts to support our 58th year of exhibiting innovative experimental moving-image art. Auction runs Spetember 6–21.
Nearly 30 national and regional artists have contributed artworks to this year’s stellar exhibition of photography, painting, collage, video and sculpture. This is a special opportunity to support the media arts while collecting works by both emerging and established artists.
Cinematheque is proud to partner with Artsy, the online resource for art collecting and education, for the third year in a row on our benefit auction.
Cinematheque is proud to offer works by:
Stephanie Barber | Tommy Becker | Todd Thomas Brown | Ishan Clemenco | Emily Gui | Liz Hickok | Sharon Jue | Lisa Kairos | Kevin Killian | Sarah Klein | Christina La Sala | Carey Lin | Jeanne Liotta | Janis Crystal Lipzin | Kara Maria | Anne McGuire | Kim Miskowicz | Golbanou Moghaddas | Carissa Potter | Mel Prest | Kathleen Quillian | Ed Ruscha | Amy Snyder | Michele Théberge | Chris Thorson | Peter Voulkos | Andrew Norman Wilson | Karen Yasinsky
HOW TO BID
1 Sign up or log in to your Artsy account.
2 Once you’re logged in, register to bid for Cinematheque’s auction.
3 Browse the artworks to learn about our celebrated artists. See estimates, bidding status and connect with Artsy’s Specialists for assistance.
4 Place a maximum bid and the system will bid on your behalf using automatic bidding increments.
5 (optional) Download Artsy for iPad and iPhone to bid on the go any time day or night!
Don’t feel like bidding or have room for more art but still want to support Cinematheque?
Please consider making a tax-deductible DONATION to Cinematheque HERE.
image: detail of Yellow and Black (2017) by Anne McGuire