Co-chair Carlos Basualdo presented the Leo Award to Rebaudengo. This award recognizes those who are highly dedicated to promoting contemporary art. Alex Logsdail and Sarina Tang were other co-chairs. Notable guests included artist Rashid Johnson, who toasted ICI’s previous executive director and head of MoMA PS1 Kate Fowle, Agnes Gund, head curator of the Guggenheim Nancy Spector, photographer Bob Colacello, head of the New Museum Lisa Phillips, as well as Whitney curator Scott Rothkopf among many others.
Following cocktails and dinner, art by Robert Mapplethorpe, Mira Dancy, Paul Pfeiffer, Amoako Boafo, and many more celebrated artists was auctioned off. The bidding began on Artsy on October 9th and ended the night of the 21st. The evening was a great success enjoyed by all.
View a gallery of photos from the event above.
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THE 2019 YCC PARTY AT THE GUGGENHEIM The 2019 Guggenheim Young Collectors Party took place on April 11th, featuring “ballet kink” performative interventions in the museum’s iconic Frank Lloyd Wright–designed rotunda. Choreographed by artist Brendan Fernandes, the performances drew from classical ballet...