Special Events

2019 Benefit Bash

Posted 11/26/18

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Honoring Harmony Hammond and Pam & Jack Baker

Please contact Jamie Pearl with any questions at jpearl@aldrichart.org, or 203.438.4519, extension 118.

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Aldrich Undercover is BACK!

Posted 07/6/18

We are thrilled to announce that after a six-year hiatus, Aldrich Undercover returns on September 29, 2018. Aldrich Undercover is a “secret” art exhibition and sale to benefit the Museum. The public will be invited to view and purchase hundreds of original artworks donated by leading contemporary artists who have, or will, exhibit at The Aldrich. The CATCH: the artists’ identities will only be revealed after the works are purchased!

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Our Kickstarter campaign is LIVE!

Posted 06/7/18

Help us bring Risa Puno’s installation Common Ground to The Aldrich’s Sculpture Garden.

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The Aldrich Benefit Bash

Posted 01/16/18

The Aldrich Benefit Bash
Honoring Jessica Stockholder
Benefit Chair, Lucy Mitchell-Innes
Saturday, April 21, 2018
7 to 10 pm

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT

The Aldrich Benefit Bash is the single most important fundraiser of the year. This event continues the Museum’s tradition of fostering artists who are at the forefront of contemporary art, mounting exhibitions that have a lasting impact in our field, and presenting dynamic education and public programs in our community.

Jessica Stockholder’s career in the visual arts now spans more than thirty years, including over seventy solo exhibitions worldwide and representation in numerous major public and private collections. Her work, which has had a significant impact on contemporary sculptural practice, is categorized by a deep love of color and a focused engagement with the intersection of pictorial space and the physicality of the material world. Stockholder first exhibited at The Aldrich in 1993, and in 2011 she presented Hollow Places Court in Ash-Tree Wood, a major solo exhibition based on the wood from a 130-year-old ash tree that had been removed from the Museum’s Sculpture Garden. Stockholder is also known for her writing on art and her commitment to teaching, which includes her appointment in 2012 as Chair of the Department of Visual Art at the University of Chicago.

Generous support for The Aldrich’s 2018 Benefit Bash is provided by Crozier and U.S. Trust. The official media partner for this event is Connecticut Cottages and Gardens (CTC&G).

For more information and to purchase tickets please contact Jamie Pearl at 203.438.4519, extension 118, or jpearl@aldrichart.org.

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New Limited Edition Jewelry by Beth Campbell

Posted 07/27/17

These pieces of conceptual jewelry mark Beth Campbell’s first time working in wearable art. Based on two of her mobiles, both currently on view at The Aldrich, My mother’s house (necklace), and You’ve really fucked up this time (earrings), they provide another form for her “drawings in space” focusing on the structure and lines from her Potential Future Drawings and Potential Past Drawings series. These are a diagrammatic exploration of the potential latent within everyday experience rendered in solid 14K gold. Both the earrings and necklace were produced in an edition of ten with one artist’s proof and a prototype.

For sales inquiries, please contact Lisa Ivorian-Jones at lisa@ivorianjones.com or 917.744.6787