VENICE FAMILY CLINIC
ART WALK + AUCTION
05.10 – 05.19

Fred Eversley, Untitled, 2021 Pigment print on reflective silver polyester film with gloss laminate mounted to reverse beveled dibond, hexagonal wood brace with beveled cleat, 34.5 x 34.5 in.
Fred Eversley, Untitled, 2021 Pigment print on reflective silver polyester film with gloss laminate mounted to reverse beveled dibond, hexagonal wood brace with beveled cleat, 34.5 x 34.5 in.

For 45 years, Venice Family Clinic has celebrated the artists and collectors whose talent and generosity raises money for vital health care in our community. This milestone edition of Venice Family Clinic Art Walk + Auction explores the intersection of History, Health and Home. We reflect on the growth of the Clinic and of the Los Angeles art scene and recognize the critical role that building community and a sense of home plays in our well-being: physically, mentally and creatively.

The exhibition gives us a moment to celebrate an enormous breadth of Los Angeles-based talent – from the iconic founders of Venice Art Walk to the longstanding creatives who have carried the torch and those building the city’s artistic future. We are proud to feature a range of established, mid-career and emerging artists.

Proceeds from art sales fund Venice Family Clinic’s innovative and comprehensive programs and services which help the most vulnerable members of our community get and stay healthy.

Click here to view all of our 2024 participating artists.

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VENICE FAMILY CLINIC ART WALK + AUCTION
AT A GLANCE


  • In 1979 the first Venice Art Walk was organized by volunteers including Irma Colen, Ruth Bloom, Sheila Goldberg and Laura Maslon with architect Frank Gehry and artists Ed Ruscha, Lita Albuquerque, John Baldessari and many others.

  • Thanks to the generosity of these pioneering artists, volunteers and patrons, Venice Art Walk has raised over $24 million to provide vital health care to hundreds of thousands of Angelenos over the past four decades.

  • 1000+ artists, as well as volunteers, galleries, curators, and collectors help Venice Family Clinic advance greater health equity by donating and collecting artwork at this annual event.

FEATURED ART

Alfonso Gonzalez Jr.
Rue Méhul G, 2023, 2021
Enamel, latex, dirt, gel medium on canvas
8″ x 10″
Lillian Dabe
Untitled, 2023, 2022
Inkjet print
16″ × 20″
Jeremy Shockley
Waiting World Snake, 2023
Oil on canvas
48″ × 40″
Patrisse Cullors
Expansion, 2023
Gold plated cowrie shells, vintage mud cloth, hand stitched
23″ x 20″
David Shull
The Architecture of Sentimentality #13, 2023
Acrylic, fabric, and grommets on paper
24″ x 18″
Rose Dickson
Engine Room, 2020
Hand hooked wool rug
42.5″ x 58″

AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PURCHASE
INQUIRE TODAY

Contact Max Rippon mrippon@mednet.ucla.edu to inquire about either of these two unique artworks.

Annie Lapin + Mixografia:  Exclusive edition to benefit Venice Family Clinic

Annie Lapin + Mixografia:  Exclusive edition to benefit Venice Family Clinic

Inverted World (Hudson Valley Temporal Prism 1), 2024, Mixografia® print on handmade paper, 15.75 x 17.75 in., Edition #1 of 40

Known for her dynamic representation of landscapes that bring together digital sensibilities along with analog mark making, Lapin created a Mixografia print that gives volume and textures to magical topographies, both imagined and real.

The artist combines digital and traditional printing processes to weave together complex pictorial spaces that undulate new and out, and back and forth, all the while providing a visual journey to lands near and far, imagined and projected.

Fred Eversley Untitled (Paraboli

Fred Eversley 

Untitled (parabolic lens), 2018, cast polyester, 5 1/2 x 22 x 22 in.

“The lenses are a kind of Trojan horse; they masquerade as sculptures when in fact they are finely tuned instruments for creating space, a force field, if you will, that manages to summon the vectors of science, mystery, and magic, that leaves you, the viewer, smack-dab in the middle.”
—Helen Molesworth

Additional details here.

 

LIMITED EDITIONS AND POSTERS

Venice Art Walk Limited Editions here.

Venice Art Walk posters here.

Art Within Reach prints here.

2024 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Lisa Adams | Trevor Albert | Michael Alvarez | Lita Albuquerque | Alex Anderson | Charles Arnoldi | Casey Baden | Anissa Balson | Clara Balzary | Emily Barker | Dan Bayles | Larry Bell | Billy Al Bengston | Fía Benitez | Kelly Berg | Bradley Boboc | Aaron Bobrow | Tyler Christopher Brown | Lorraine Bubar | Amiee Byrne | Calikesh | William Camargo | James Dean Caruso | Joachim Castaneda | Corinne Chaix | Mike Chattem | Fritz Chesnut | Paul Chilkov | Mustafa Ali Clayton | Cody Cloud | Gabriel Cohen | Carrie Cook | Patrisse Cullors | DABSMYLA | Lillian Dabe | Eames Demetrios | Charles Derenne | Meghan DeRoma | Rose Dickson | Guy Dill | Laddie John Dill | Jackie Rines | Scott Eastwood | Michael EB Detto | David Eddington | Holly Elander | Alex Emmons | Alex Emmons x Georgia | Nancy Evans | Ned Evans | Fred Eversley | Mark x Farina | Danny First | Kim Fisher | Luke Forsyth | Jona Frank | FriendsWithYou | Magdalena Suarez Frimkess | Michael Frimkess | Erik Frydenborg | Francesca Gabbiani | John Garcia | Daniel Tyree Gaitor-Lomack | Frank Gehry | Wylie Gelber | Jesse Genepi | Daniel Gibson | Jessica Goehring | Sayre Gomez | Alfonso Gonzalez Jr. | Matt Groening | Roberto Gutierrez | Terrick Gutierrez | Michael Haight | Eric Dwight Hancock | Channing Hansen | Lynn Hanson | Kenny Harris | Molly Haynes | Alexandria Hilfiger | Charles Christopher Hill | Olivia Hill | Alvaro Ilizarbe | Deborah Lynn Irmas | Arthur Jafa | Patrick Johnston | Kelly Lynn Jones | Alex Kerr | Justin N. Kim | Annika Klein | Kendra Kummerer | Alan Kupchick | Janet Kupchick | Campbell Laird | Nery Gabriel Lemus | Jack Lewis | Thomas Linder | Jasmine Little | Amelia Lockwood | Lorenzo Lorenzetti | Michele Lorusso | Brian Lotti | Yezi Lou | Nick Lowe | Jens Lucking | Christopher Lux | Kaoru Mansour | Narsiso Martinez | Patrick Martinez | Chris Madans | T. Kelly Mason | Kayla Mattes | Robin McCarthy | Dustin Metz | Mike Miller | Matt Momchilov | Mabel Leontina Moore | Kenneth Morehouse | Dylan Mortimer | Andy Moses | Ed Moses | Sachi Moskowitz | Megan Mueller | Juan Carlos Muñoz Hernandez | Gwynn Murrill | Jean Nagai | Soraya Sarah Nazarian | Mike Nesbit | Edouard NG | Judy Nimtz | Masayuki Oda | Jayme Odgers | Michelle Ohm | Gary Palmer | Neil Parker | Jude Pauli | Thomas Pilnik | Steven Portigal | Astrid Preston | Malavika Rao | Kristopher Raos | John Reagan | Megan Reed | Kassia Rico | Jackie Rines | Max Rippon | Pia Riverola | Luke Rogers | Jaklin Romine | Amanda Ross-Ho | Erika Rothenberg | Conrad Ruiz | Ed Ruscha | Alison Saar | Analia Saban | Ari Salka | Kenny Scharf | Clovis Schlumberger | Hubert Schmalix | Daniel Schubert | Barbara Schwan | Robert Schwan | Tim Schwartz | Nathan See | Paul Mpagi Sepuya | Jake Sheiner | Jeremy Shockley | David Shull | Gregory Siff | Ross D Simonini | Kyle Slevira | Alexis Smith | Federico Spadoni | Joaquin Stacey-Calle | Gary Steinborn | Tucker Strasser | Suitcase Joe | Lani Trock | Vincent Valdez | Arien Valizadeh | Dominick Vanderlip | Valerie Veator | Rezeta Veliu | Mia Weiner | Evan Whale | Jordan Wolfson | Eric Zammitt | Marco Zamora | Stephen Zerbe


(Participating artists as of 4/29/24)

2024 VENICE ART WALK + AUCTION
CURATORIAL COMMITTEE

Art is selected by Venice Art Walk Curatorial Committee led by Max Rippon and consisting of Los Angeles gallerists and art advisors including: Elsa Lee Bruno, Eva Chimento, Eliane Gans, Charlie James, Angelo Lanza and Yiwei Lu.

FAQ

If you have any questions about the auction that are not answered below, please contact
Erin Harnisch, director of special events, at EHarnisch@mednet.ucla.edu.

Follow our step-by-step guide on what to expect when you bid in an online-only auction.

1. Go to  https://www.bonhams.com/auction/30314/venice-family-clinic-art-walk-benefit-auction/ 

2. Choose Create Account or Log in

Tip: Enable push notifications to get real-time bidding status update

You can place a bid any time after the online-only auction has begun, indicated by the countdown clock on each lot.

Bidding in an online auction

3. Find the lot (item) you want to bid on

On the lot page, choose the maximum price you’d like to bid from the dropdown menu, then click ‘Place Bid’. This will instruct the Bonhams website to place bids on your behalf, until your maximum bid is reached or until you win the lot at a lower price. Otherwise, press cancel.

Please note: If you haven’t registered, you will not see the ‘Place max bid’ dropdown menu. You’ll be directed to the Bidder Registration page when you try to place your bid.

4. Re-confirm your bid by clicking ‘Confirm Bid’

5. You have now placed your bid on the lot

You will receive an email confirming your bid, and the lot page will display ‘Winning’.

Changed your mind? You can increase your max bid right up until the lot closes, but you can’t decrease your max bid in an online-only auction.

6. The Bonhams website will place bids on your behalf until your maximum bid price is reached, or you win the lot at a lower price

If you are outbid, you will receive an email or push notification on the Bonhams app letting you know, with the option to increase your max bid. The lot page will display that you have been ‘outbid’.

7. Our online-only auctions have a rolling close: each lot is set to close one minute after the previous lot

Check the countdown clock connected to each individual lot to see its specific closing time.

8. If anyone bids in the last three minutes of an online auction-only, the sale will be automatically extended by three minutes to allow other bidders to participate

This process repeats until all bidding is complete.

9. What happens when I lose?

The page will confirm you have lost and the winning bid price. The price including premium will also appear within a few minutes of the lot closing. You do not need to take any further action.

10. What happens when I win?

The lot page will confirm you have won the lot and your winning bid price. The price including premium will also appear within a few minutes of the lot closing.

You’ll receive a confirmation via email after the close of the entire auction, as well as an invoice within one hour of the final lot closing containing next steps for after a Bonhams auction.

If you’d like assistance with bidding, we invite you to contact Bonhams Client Service: (323) 850-7500 bids.us@bonhams.com

We encourage you to place your maximum bid instead of the next incremental bid to increase your chances of winning the piece. It does not mean that you will you pay that price but it allows Bonhams to bid automatically for you, up to your maximum bid, to maintain your position as the highest bidder.

This means that there is another bidder that has a higher maximum bid than yours. You can either keep increasing your increment levels or consider placing your highest maximum bid to see if it beats theirs.

If you are the leading bidder, you will get an email saying that you are currently the high bidder. You will receive both text and email notifications if you’ve been outbid that will directly link you to the piece should you wish to continue bidding.

Check the countdown clock connected to each individual lot to see its specific closing time.

This process repeats until all bidding is complete.

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Art is selected by our Curatorial Committee.  If you wish to submit for next year’s auction please click here.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!



Art auction winners can pick up their work from 11am to 6pm, Tuesday to Friday of this week. 

For more details contact Erin Harnisch at eharnisch@mednet.ucla.edu

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