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Artrageous Redux Auction is Online at Artsy.net/psam

Winning bids benefit Palm Springs Art Museum.

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Sandro Miller, and friend and Hollywood legend John Malkovich, created a witty project called “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters.” Here is the piece Andy Warhol/Self Portrait (Fright Wig).
PHOTOGRAPSH COURTESY PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM

Collectors will get a chance to bid and win from the 100 pieces of art specially curated for you, at the Palm Springs Art Museum’s bi-annual Artrageous Redux. This fundraising event features a variety of art that will interest aficionados in a variety of mediums and genres, including oils, watercolor, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and mixed media. All proceeds benefit the museum’s exhibitions, acquisitions, programs and general operations.

This unique art auction and exhibition takes place March 1-18 at the museum’s Palm Desert location The Galen and the Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden and is open and available for viewing now. For the first time we are on-line with the auction powered by Artsy.net.

The entire auction is available for viewing and bidding at artsy.net/psam. Go to the site and register now. The auction will culminate on March 18 with a Cocktail Party and dinner following at Cuistot. You are invited to attend the culmination of the auction – go to psmuseum.org/artrageous to purchase tickets. If you can’t attend, please take advantage of the Artsy App and bid on your phone, tablet or computer.

Dr. Jane and Robert Saltonstall are being honored for their generous support of the museum throughout the years. Harold Matzner and Faye Sarkowsky are Presenting Sponsors of the event; JoAnn McGrath, Dorothy Meyerman and Phyllis & Gary Schahet are Platinum Sponsors.

“Artrageous has become one of our most popular and engaging fundraising efforts,” says museum CEO Mark Prior. “For art lovers, it offers a curated opportunity to add to their personal collections while also providing critical support to the museum’s vital presence as the cultural hub of the Coachella Valley.” All proceeds benefit the museum’s exhibitions, programming, education and performances.

The 100 available works come from 80 diverse artists, including Blake Baxter, Roy De Forest, John Divola, D.J.Hall, Jim Isermann, Hung Liu, Gabriella Sanchez, Julius Shulman, Adam Silverman, Phillip K. Smith III, and Andrea Zittel.

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Gabriella Sanchez’s work as a fine artist centers around the tension of duality and explores how meaning is created and received through both text and imagery.

Representatives from ARTSY will be available to help attendees register, obtain bid numbers, and assist during the live auction on March 18. Noted appraiser and television personality Donald Osborne, seen regularly on CNBC’s Jay Leno’s Garage, will serve as auctioneer. Cuistot and Raymond James are the evening’s corporate sponsors. Go to psmuseum.org/artrageous to view the on-line catalog, purchase tickets, and for more information about the fundraiser. If you need help with registering go to: artsy.net/how-auctions-work the direct link to our auction is artsy.net/psam.

For ticket, sponsorship and additional information about Artrageous, go to psmuseum.org/artrageous or contact Marlene O’Sullivan at marleneosullivan1@gmail.com.

The Palm Springs Art Museum in Desert, The Galen and Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden , 72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA 92260.

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Phillip K. Smith III, well known in the desert and internationally, creates light-based work that draws upon ideas of space, form, color, light + shadow, environment, and change.

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Roy De De Forest’s art extends from canvas to frame. Well known for his quirky and comical fantasy lands filled with bright colors and creatures.