Chicago Artists for Palestine Live Auction

The Jewish Museum of Chicago Live Auction Fundraiser / Organized by Lilli Sher and Gabriel Chalfin-Piney

The Jewish Museum of Chicago presents Chicago Artists for Palestine Exhibition + Fundraiser, organized in partnership with ACRE.

The fundraiser includes a Live Auction of artwork by 57 Chicago artists. 100% of auction sales will be distributed to families seeking to evacuate Gaza. All campaigns have been verified by organizers on the ground in Cairo.

The Live Auction includes artwork by Cristobal Alday, Ingrid Olson, Yaismel Alba Garib, Amy Pearl Lang, Josh Dihle, Isaac Couch, Mikey Mosher, Aya Nakamura, Farah Salem, Yue Xu, Alden Burke, E. Saffronia Downing, Hope Wang, Olive Stefanski, Shama Kipfer-Tessler, Jess Bass, Araceli Zuniga, Kayla Taylor, Abby Holgerson, Rob Sohmer, [jef]Frey Michael Austin, Lily Homer, erin torney-lynch, Fabrizzio Subia, Monika Plioplyte, Angela Azmitia, Nimrod Astarhan, Ále Campos, Zola Rollins, Jade Williams, Alissa Lasch, mack baker, Selina Trepp, Tali, Molly Blumberg, Julia Klein, Mariel Harari, Courtney Mackedanz, Chad Kouri, Roland Knowlden, Jordan Knecht, K. Aki Takebayashi, Bat Sarah Press, Andalib, Simone Whiteley-Allen, Luba Mendelevich, Anna Patrick, Hai-Wen Lin, Anneli Goeller, Frances Miller, Nicole Doran, Mindy Scott, Dontay Lockett, olivier, Eseosa Edebiri, Grace Needlman, and Alexis de Chaunac.

All auction artwork is priced with starting bids ranging from $25 - $300.

$10 advance tickets to the auction are available for purchase here and will be $15 at the door.

A preview of the Live Auction will be held on June 1 from 10am - 2pm.

Event Details:

ACRE Projects Lakeview
2921 N Clark St
Chicago , IL 60657

Not Wheelchair Accessible

Accessibility Information:

ACRE Projects is on the ground level with a 4-inch step to enter the building. The bathroom is wheelchair accessible. Masks are not required to enter the space but we do have masks available upon request. For additional information, please contact this event's accessibility coordinator Lauren Leving at