Permanent Collection, Part 3: Selections from Artists’ Rescue Team, 3/11 Japan
Plus, Silent Auction in the Small Gallery
June 15th – July 14th, 2019
The WAH Center (Williamsburg Art & Historical Center)is pleased to conclude the 2019 fiscal year with the final section of Permanent Collection Show, Part 3: Acquired between 2010 to 2012.
In 2011, The WAH Center organized a team of volunteers and artists to host the WAH CenterArtist RescueTeam for Japan. Directed by Yuko Nii, this two day art benefit included over 230 artworks for sale and dance performances. The WAH Center worked towards sustaining continuous aid and effort to Japan and keeping the momentum for recovery with their efforts. Through this benefit, and several other fundraisers held throughout New York City, the WAH Center acquired a number of artworks that both enriched the YNF’s collection and provided much needed financial support to those affected by the earthquake, tsunami, and Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster in Japan, collectively known as “3/11, Japan”.
The Silent Auction is held in the small gallery during the duration of the show. We are offering artists the opportunity to participate in the silent auction, with smaller works priced under $200 and under 20 inches, The proceeds will be split evenly between the WAH Center and the artists. This is a wonderful and fun opportunity to support the artists, the WAH Center, and enrich your art collection!
We have produced a full color catalogue commemorating this occasion and the works being shown.
Amina Ahmed, Kakeru Asai, Stephen Auslender, Michael Bales, Bienvenido “Bones” Banez Jr., Carole Barlowe, Robert Beal, Diana Beccera, Chuck Berk, Marcia Bernstein, Benjamin Bohnsack, Beryl Brenner, Elisa Chalem, John Cichowski, Donn Davis, Kikuko Doi, Troy Frantz, Tomoko Fujiki, Ayakoh Furukawa, Randy Globus, Takuya Hayaki, Ed Herman, Halona Hilbertz, Tom Hooper, Sheryl Humphrey, Soojung Hyung, Kunio Iizuka, Yumiko Inoue, Naoki Iwakawa, Julian Jackson, Susan Jacobs, Sachi Kabeya, Aya Kakeda, Miki Katagiri, Hide Kawabata, Ayako Kawai, Takeshi Kawashima, Tamiko Kawata, Mildred Kaye, David Byron Kelley, Dolores Kiriacon, Sonomi Kobayashi, Kenji Kojima, Yasutaka Komiya, Frank Krasicki, Lynne Kroll, Taehyub Lee, Paulien Leithen, Liz-N-Val, Tokoha Matsuda, Margo Mead, Sharon Mills, Gail Mitchell, Junko Miyakoshi, Makiko Miyamoto, Shinge Moriya, Irmari Nacht, Toshiko Nishikawa, Masaaki Noda, Diana Ong, Nicki Orbach, Y. Otsuka, Shigeru Oyatani, Maurizio Pellegrin, Carmen Porfido, James Prez, Gerda Quoohs, Renee Radenberg, Jaques Roch, Cheryl Safren, Kiyomitsu Saito, Shunji Sakuyama, Kenjiro Sasaki, Koki Sato, Masaaki Sato, Larry Scaturro, Eriko Seo, Tasneem Shahzed, Yoshiyuki Shimamoto, Joel Simpson, Andrea Spiros, Caryl Stern, Hiroshi Tachibana, Miho Yakai, Kaori Takami, Akemi Takeda, Motohiro Takeda, Kyoko Takei, Fumiha Tanaka, Rumi Tsuda, Angela Valeria, Heidi Van Wieren, Monica de Vries Gohlke, Steven Walker, Sheri Werbeaver, Mary Westring, Constance Williams, Tetsuya Yamazaki, Junko Yoda, Michiko Yoshida
Opening Reception Photos, 6.15.19, taken by Yuko Nii: