This year’s annual ARTWALK NY was cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, so instead the Artist Plate Project was created to support the Coalition for The Homeless. The purchase of one of these limited edition artist plates can feed 75 homeless New Yorkers! Created by 50 world-renowned artists, the funds from the sale will provide food, crisis services, housing, and other critical aid to thousands of people experiencing homelessness and instability.
Artist Plate Project for New York Homeless
50 well known artists have each created a dinner plate in a limited number of 175 for $175 a piece for The Artist Plate Project with the proceeds going to benefit the Coalition for The Homeless.
Each plate is printed on porcelain and on the back is the artist and more information.
Here’s a close look at some of our favorites, followed by all the plates which went on sale this morning.
“YIN YANG YONG”, 2020, Edition of 175, Supported by Almine Rech
“PROTECT”, 2020, Edition of 175, Supported by Hauser & Wirth
“Iberic”, 1949, Edition of 175, Collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
“Greengrapes”, 2007, Edition of 175, © Lisa Yuskavage, Supported by David Zwirner
“Running plate.”, 2020, Edition of 175
“Untitled”, 1985, © Keith Haring Foundation. Used by permission.
“Sundial”, 1972, Edition of 175, © 2020 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Supported by KASMIN
“Untitled”, 2020, Edition of 175
“Untitled”, 2019, Edition of 175
“Vierzehnterseptemberzweitausendundsiebzehn”, 2017, Edition of 175
“I Had a Flashback of Something that Never Existed”, 2002, Edition of 175, Supported by The Easton Foundation
“It’s Five to Two (detail)”, 2012, Edition of 175, © Yoshitomo Nara
The full list of participating artists is very impressive:
Adam Pendleton, Alex Israel, Andy Warhol, Austin Lee, Carmen Herrera, Cecily Brown, Charles Gaines, Christopher Wool, Derrick Adams, Donald Baechler, Ed Ruscha, Eddie Martinez, Elizabeth Peyton, Fred Tomaselli, Glenn Ligon, Jenny Holzer, Jonas Wood, Julian Opie, Julie Curtiss, Katharina Grosse, Katherine Bernhardt, Katherine Bradford, Kay Rosen, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Laura Owens, Lawrence Weiner, Lee Krasner, Lisa Yuskavage, Loie Hollowell, Lorna Simpson, Louise Bourgeois, Louise Fishman, Marilyn Minter, Marina Adams, Maurizio Cattelan, Mr. Brainwash, Nate Lowman, Nina Chanel Abney, Rana Begum, Rashid Johnson, Rob Pruitt, Robert Mapplethorpe, Sarah Sze, Sterling Ruby, Tauba Auerbach, Ugo Rondinone, Vik Muniz, Wade Guyton and Yoshitomo Nara
All the Artist plates for sale:
With support from several sponsors, advocates and patrons, the sale goes live this morning at 9am at Artware Editions.
About the Artist Plate Project
In lieu of this year’s annual ARTWALK NY event, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Artist Plate Project was created to support the important work of the Coalition for the Homeless. The Coalition is honored to work with 50 world-renowned artists to create limited-edition dinner plates produced by Prospect. All of the funds raised by the sale of plates will provide food, crisis services, housing, and other critical aid to thousands of people experiencing homelessness and instability. The purchase of just one plate can feed 75 homeless and hungry New Yorkers. The plates will be available for purchase on November 16th.
About the Coalition for the Homeless
The Coalition for the Homeless is the nation’s oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping individuals and families experiencing homelessness. We believe that affordable housing, sufficient food and the chance to work for a living wage are fundamental rights in a civilized society. Since our inception in 1981, the Coalition has worked through litigation, public education and direct services to ensure that these goals are realized, and in that time, we have given more than one million homeless New Yorkers a way off the streets.More people are now homeless in New York City than at any time since the Great Depression. The Coalition for the Homeless provides lifesaving relief to thousands of homeless New Yorkers each and every day. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we dramatically increased our direct services to meet the huge surge in need, and are now preparing for the difficult days ahead when the economic crisis is expected to bring a new wave of evictions, job loss, hunger, and homelessness. We thank you for your support of the Artist Plate Project.
Thank you to the Artist Plate Project on Instagram for the images.