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Art for Music's Sake this Sunday in Venice, CA


ART FOR MUSIC'S SAKE
THIS SUNDAY, MAY 6th

BEYOND BAROQUE
681 VENICE BLVD., VENICE, CA 90291

3:00pm- 4:00pm Reception & Viewing
Music by Ulrich Krieger
4:00pm - 5:30pm Auction
5:30pm Dedication of the Mike Kelley Gallery


Event is free to all.

On Sunday, May 6, 2012 at 3:00pm, Beyond Baroque will host its first art auction with works donated
by over 25 artists, including Ed Ruscha, Ray Pettibon, Robbie Conal and Viggo Mortensen.

The benefit will raise funds for Beyond Baroque’s Beyond Music program curated by Daniel Rothman,
and will feature music performed by saxophonist Ulrich Krieger. Beyond Music is dedicated to
bringing cutting edge, exciting music that often blurs the lines between sound, poetry and art.

There will be a reception and viewing from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm with the auction
taking place from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm, and we hope you will be able to stay for the
dedication of the Mike Kelley Gallery from 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm.

Full list of donor artists:
Sharon Anderson, Robert R. Branaman, Eve Brandstein, Terri Bromberg, Paddy Campanaro, Robbie Conal, Bill Farroux, Kristin Fouquet, John Greco, Gronk, George Herms, Hillary Kaye, Kelly Lynn Kimball, Mary Lejewski, Louis Metz, Mike Mollet, Henry Mortensen, Viggo Mortensen, Joseph Patton, Sabine Pearlman, Martin Pollock, Ed Ruscha, Gailyn Saroyan, Todd Smith, Mike Street, Andy Takajian, Daena Title, Brennan Wheeler, Maija Wilder, Stephen Woodruff, Liv Zutphen.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
www.beyondbaroque.org
email: bbpublicity@beyondbaroque.org
phone: 310.822.3006


I wish I could be there. I hope you can.

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