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Art for Philadelphia Supports Local Bail Fund and Sells Out

By whitewall

June 8, 2020

Last week, Philadelphia’s art community launched Art for Philadelphia to benefit the Philadelphia Bail Fund in response to nationwide movements protesting racism and police brutality sparked by the death of George Floyd.

The initiative—which sold out in days—includes the sale of 20-piece limited-edition prints by Philadelphia-based artists. Conceived by Meg Onli with the support of Marco Kane Braunschweiler, River Jukes Hudson, Maori Karmael Holmes, Caitlin Palmer, Robert Chaney, BlackStar Projects, and Chris Cunningham’s print company Loupe, the project will donate 91.6 percent of gross proceeds directly to the Philadelphia Community Bail Fund, with the remainder covering necessary expenses like at-cost printing and credit card processing fees.

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Included in the sale are works by Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Alex Da Corte, Sharon Hayes, Marcus Maddox, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Becky Suss, and David Hartt, whose photographic portrait Charles is still available for purchase.

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