ICI 2019 Benefit & Auction
Tuesday, October 22
Cocktails at 6:30pm
Dinner at 7:30pm
New York City
Join ICI’s Annual Benefit & Auction on Tuesday, October 22, as we reaffirm our commitment to curatorial practice and contemporary art. We invite you to raise a glass to the future of ICI, and in support of new programs and partnerships.
THE LEO AWARD
With the Leo Award this year, ICI recognizes Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Through the Fondazione, Sandretto Re Rebaudengo has actively promoted artists through exhibitions and the production of new works; fostered new and growing audiences through education; and created institutional partnerships for the support of contemporary art. Among many international affiliations, Sandretto Re Rebaudengo is a member of MoMA’s International Council, the New Museum’s Leadership Council, the Advisory Committee for Modern and Contemporary Art of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Board of Governors of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Reflecting Sandretto Re Rebaudengo’s commitment to the curatorial field, the Fondazione launched in 2007 the Young Curators Residency Programme, and in 2012 the Campo course for curators, providing early professional opportunities.
Leadership Circle Table $25,000 ($23,200 tax-deductible)
12 dinner tickets with an exclusive table. Leadership recognition in all printed material and ICI’s website. ICI invites an artist and a curator on your behalf, and you will join ICI’s Leadership Circle.
Honorees’ Circle Table $15,000 ($13,500 tax-deductible)
10 dinner tickets with a premium table. ICI invites an artist and a curator on your behalf, and you will receive a year membership to ICI’s International Forum.
Curators’ Circle Table $10,000 ($8,800 tax-deductible)
8 dinner tickets with a reserved table. ICI invites a curator on your behalf.
Artists’ Circle $4,000 ($3,400 tax-deductible)
4 tickets + ICI invites an artist on your behalf
Individual Ticket $1,200 ($1,050 tax-deductible)*
Can’t attend? Make a fully tax-deductible contribution to ICI’s Access Fund.
Photo credit: Andrea Basile