Incognito is what happens when the Hunger Games meets a Blind Box Toy pop up- it’s a race toward the unknown. The ICA LA recently resurrected its wildly popular, mysteriously enigmatic fundraising event to mark their one year anniversary in their new DTLA space. Incognito displays over 400 works of art by 350 artists whose … Continue reading Popular Collector Event Makes a Comeback in L.A.
Last spring, in a strategic move that I related to on a very personal level, the Santa Monica Museum of Art decided to pull up stakes on its Bergamot Station location to re-evaluate its mission in a self-reflective, revitalization effort called SMMoA Unbound. Today the museum announced that it would be relocating from Santa Monica … Continue reading The Santa Monica Museum of Art Heads East
Mystery. Strategy. Anticipation. Revelation. Incognito is the perfect training ground for art collectors who are willing to trust their instincts to add to their growing collections. This fundraising exhibition, benefitting the Santa Monica Museum of Art, showcases artworks donated by over 550 blue chip and emerging artists. Over 700 pieces of 10″x10″ artworks were displayed in the gallery and set at … Continue reading Incognito 2014
For 7 years the Santa Monica Museum of Art has hosted “Incognito”-a benefit with a unique twist. This weekend, over 500 artists donated original 8″x10″ works and patrons got the opportunity to nab original works at $300.00 a piece. Love Baldessari? You’re in luck, he frequently donates his work-so does Ed Ruscha. The catch? The … Continue reading Leftovers @ Incognito-Santa Monica Museum of Art