N'AP BOULE: NYC Art Show to Benefit the People of Haiti

N'AP BOULE: NYC Art Show to Benefit the People of Haiti

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The world is a crazy place right now, and tragedies like the Hati earthquake are forcing the global community to come together. NYC veterans Sacha Jenkins and Raquel Cepeda have curated an exhibition and silent auction along with Anonymous Gallery to celebrate the art and artistry of the Haiti, with proceeds going to Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). On Sunday, March 7, 2010, Anonymous Gallery @ Collective Hardware, SCOPE Art Show, {He}Art For Haiti and Colab Projects join forces to present N'AP BOULE: A BENEFIT FOR THE PEOPLE OF HAITI at Anonymous Gallery, 169 Bowery in New York.

The work on show and for sale includes pieces by Haitian descendant Jean-Michel Basquiat, Barry McGee, CRASH, Lee Quinones, Dondi White, Shepard Fairey, Futura, Tauba Auerbach, Swoon, Eric Haze, Rostarr, David Ellis, Doze Green, Faile, Bast, Greg Lamarche, Kostas Seremetis, Rostarr, Chris Mendoza, Yuri Shimojo, Kenji Hirata, Cope 2, Indie 184, Erik Foss, Henry Chalfant, Dan Witz, Ricky Powell, Shelter Serra, Eric White, Jamel Shabazz, Michael Holman, Eve Sussman, Joseph Ari Aloi, Kenzo Minami, Daze, Sharp, and more. If you're in New York, please check out this event this Sunday, for the amazing artwork and to support those going to help Haitian survivors. Oh, and the party is being DJ'd by D-Nice and Treats! Hit the jump to view some of the work that will be auctioned off.

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Jean Michel Basquiat, photographed by Ricky Powell

HENRY CHALFANT KEL CRASH 1981
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Photos by Henry Chalfant

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painting by CRASH

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