San Francisco Cinematheque Fine Art Auction


Miya Ando (who’s current solo show is featured at K. Imperial) and artists we’ve exhibited including Randy Colosky and Desiree Holman are participating in this auction to benefit the San Francisco Cinematheque, taking place next Friday, October 18th. Other notable artists include Miranda July, Dean Smith, and Nathaniel Dorsky. This is a great chance to get work by important bay area artists and support both the artists and this 50+ year old film organization.

See you there! ~ Aimee Friberg, K. Imperial Fine Art director


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 7–10pm
at the San Francisco Cinematheque/ Center for New Music World Headquarters
55 Taylor Street (at Market) in San Francisco

JOIN US for a special reception and silent auction in celebration and support
of Cinematheque’s 52nd year of exhibiting cutting-edge avant-garde film/video art!
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Over 40 international and regional artists have contributed artworks to the auction’s spectacular exhibition of drawings, paintings, photography, collage and multi-media installations.
This year, Cinematheque has teamed up with Paddle8 to preview available works and allow advance bidding.
Preview and bid on the artworks on Paddle8 here.

Date: October 18, 2013
Time: 7–10pm
Location: San Francisco Cinematheque / The Center for New Music
55 Taylor Street (at Market) San Francisco CA 94102
Admissions: $10 general admission
Additional info: or email:

Featured artists for this event will include Miya Ando, Craig Baldwin, Bonnie Banks, Tommy Becker, Sarah Cathers, Tom Chambers, Paul Clipson, Randy Colosky, Bill Daniel, C. Wright Daniel, Christian Davies, Nathaniel Dorsky, Lauren Douglas, Tara Foley, Jason Fulford, Brynda Glazier, Emanuela Harris-Sintamarian, Desirée Holman, Kelly-Lynn Jones, Miranda July, Kevin Killian, Kerry Laitala, Jeanne Liotta, Janis Crystal Lipzin, Walter Logue, Jodie Mack, Anne McGuire, Kim Miskowicz, McIintyre Parker, Luther Price, Kathleen Quillian, Dick Ramsey, Ben Rivers, Christina Seely, Dean Smith, Phil Solomon, Emma Spertus, Chris Thorson, Andrew Norman Wilson, Vanessa Woods, Karen Yasinksy and more. Complete artists’ bios available here. Images of individual artworks available by request.

desireeAbout San Francisco Cinematheque
Founded in 1961, San Francisco Cinematheque is the premier showcase of avant-garde and experimental film, video and multimedia performance in the US. Our mission is to make works of experimental film, video and multi-media performance a prominent part of the cultural landscape of the Bay Area and beyond. We presents an average of 35 public programs annually at venues including Artists’ Television Access, The Exploratorium, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. All proceeds from the event will go directly to Cinematheque’s programming in 2014.


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