Soho, NY (October 11, 2017) – Mother / Daughter duo Emma and Nicole Gordon Levine present Art Relief for Direct Relief, a charity event, in which ALL proceeds will go to those affected by the hurricane in Puerto Rico. This event will include the following artists (with more to come):
AM Debrincat, Abe Lincoln, Jr., Adam Fujita aka Atoms, A.E. Kieren, Bisco Smith, Brandon Sines, Cey Adams, ChrisRWK, CityKitty, Consumerart, Crisp Street Art, D*Face, Danny Greene, DeeDee, Elizabeth Waggett, Free Humanity, George Brock, Hektad, Hodaya Louis, Ivan Alifan, Jason Mamarella, Jason Naylor (created event logo), Jay Shells, Jill Follino, John Arthur Carr, JPO, Kai Aspire, Logan Hicks, London Kaye, Lora Zombie, Marc Evan, Marina Zumi, Meg Zany, Nick C. Kirk, PhoebeNY, Raphael Gonzalez, Ricky Sencion, Sacsix, Sean Sullivan, Sandra Chevrier, Tim Okamura and WRDSMTH.
Thousands of people in Puerto Rico were left homeless, starving, and fighting for their lives. Nicole’s daughter, Emma, asked her to co-curate a show that would benefit the people of Puerto Rico. Emma recognized that when things went bad, they went bad simultaneously across the board. In an instant, the dysfunction spread across the island overnight, as there was extreme flooding, the power grid collapsed, cell towers ceased to function, and the banking system was thrown into disarray. This is an unprecedented humanitarian crisis that hit close to home for everyone as many families lost everything. Entire cities were left without power, clean water and the basic needs to survive. Emma insisted that she had to help! Nicole could not say no, and thankfully with the help of SOLD Magazine, Arlo Hotel Soho, and dozens of generous artists, this event is coming to fruition.
ALL proceeds go to Direct Relief where they will send money to the areas who need it the most.
The Mother / Daughter duo wanted to help Puerto Rico get back on its feet as soon as possible.
This was the best way they knew how to make a difference and that is why they brought in their art community to help them help the people of Puerto Rico.
Detail above of art by Kai Aspire, Hodaya Louis, AM Debrincat and City Kitty
About Direct Relief:
Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies. Direct Relief honors the generosity of its donors by following a firm policy of full transparency in all of its operations.