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Art Benefit Raises Funds for Human Trafficking Awareness Play

  • Chinatown Soup Art Gallery 16 Orchard Street New York, NY, 10002 United States (map)

Renowned artists have joined forces with Mirage Theatre Company to raise funds in support of the development of a new theatre production -- Broken Dolls -- that addresses the complex issue of human trafficking. This very special benefit will be held at the Chinatown Soup art gallery, a community-centered space on the border of Lower East Side and Chinatown that fosters social activism and features the work of up-and-coming artists.

Among the many artists whose work will be offered for sale at the benefit are Amy Kaslow, an esteemed photojournalist who has been featured in Fortune Magazine, SLATE, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and on NPR, PBS, CNBC, and numerous other news outlets; mixed media artist, Nancy Mendez, whose vibrant and surreal style is influenced by horror movies, comics, graffiti and eclectic music; Margaret Reid Boyer, a photographer who specializes in narrative realism that lends a sense of immediacy and authenticity to each image; and Tatiana Rhinevault, a Russian-born artist whose work has been exhibited and sold in Russia, France, Yugoslavia, Italy, Greece, and at the Gallery Revel in Soho, NYC.