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LOOT! 2010

Exhibition  /  20 Oct 2010  -  26 Oct 2010
Published: 23.10.2010
Museum of Arts & Design
Birgit, LakenPendant: HuppyMelamine15 x 6,2 x 2,4 cm.

Birgit, Laken
Pendant: Huppy
Melamine
15 x 6,2 x 2,4 cm

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Intro
(...) LOOT is MAD's biennial juried exhibition and sale of one-of-a-kind contemporary art jewelry, created by acclaimed American and international artists. (...)
LOOT is MAD's biennial juried exhibition and sale of one-of-a-kind contemporary art jewelry, created by acclaimed American and international artists. This year’s event – the first LOOT in the new 2 Columbus Circle Galleries -- will be held October 20th- 26th. It will open with a Gala evening preview on Wednesday, October 20th to benefit the Museum’s exhibition and education programs.

A full weekend of programs will accompany the exhibition and sale in the second floor design galleries including curatorial lectures, panel discussions with experts and designers, artists’ talks and workshop demonstrations in the MAD artists’ studios. Special family focused hands-on workshops will be held on the weekend.

Remarks

For further information please contact Rebekka Grossman at 212.299.7712 or rebekka.grossman@madmuseum.org.

The exhibition and sale continue from Thursday, October 21 to Tuesday, October 26 during regular museum hours. LOOT will also be open on Monday, October 25 from 11am - 6pm.

LOOT Committee
Michele Cohen, CHAIR, Donna Schneier, CHAIR, Robert Lee Morris, VICE CHAIR, Grace Ann Agostino, Meredith Bernstein, Marian Burke, Hope Byer, Cecily Carson, Kathy Chazen, Joni Maya Cherbo, Marcia Docter, Lisa Orange Elson, Sandy Grotta, Ann Kaplan, Wendy Tarlow Kaplan, Sharon Karmazin, Jane Koryn, Laura Kruger, Brenda Levin, Pam Levine, Susan Grant Lewin, Nancy Olnick, Laura Oskowitz, Bryna Pomp, Tobi Rubenstein Schneier, Gail Shields-Miller, Barbara Karp Shuster, Ruth Siegel, Daniella Ohad Smith, Angela Sun, Ellen Taubman.


Special thanks to Event Chairs Michele Cohen and Donna Schneier and Vice Chair Robert Lee Morris.

LOOT is made possible in part by Chubb Personal Insurance and The Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam, and with public funds from the Netherlands Cultural Services.

MAD would also like to acknowledge Pam Levine, President, Levine Design Group, NYC in collaboration with Bruce Thompson, Bruce Thompson Creative for taking the lead on the LOOT exhibition design and layout. Additional thanks to Johnson & Johnson, Ellen Taubman and Barbara Tober.
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