No Reserve Employee Art Show has opened in New York, revealing the incredible talent and passion for art that is the core of Sotheby’s employees. The diverse creativity of our employees is represented by a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, photography and multimedia works.
The exhibition is in support of The Art Therapy Outreach Center (ATOC). ATOC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free art therapy services to underserved populations in the New York City area who have experienced some form of trauma, including war veterans, at-risk youth, and survivors of domestic violence or sexual abuse. Their mission is to utilize the visual arts to provide a therapeutic experience for participants that will enhance their physical, mental and emotional well-being. ATOC’s aim is to help their clients see themselves as survivors of trauma rather than victims, and build the confidence necessary to re-engage in their communities and move on with their lives.
The exhibition is open to the public at York Ave from 11–23 August. Click ahead to see highlights of the show.
No Reserve Employee Art Show
11–23 August 2016
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