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Child Chaise Chair by Keith Haring
This brightly colored chair sized for a toddler features the artist's trademark image. Available in red, pink, blue or yellow, it's a great piece for a kid's room or play room. Minor assembly required. Item ships flat.
A Goddess Glow Candle by Judy Chicago
In the 1970's, when Judy Chicago was conducting research for The Dinner Party, she became fascinated by her discovery of early goddess-worshiping cultures. Chicago incorporated many symbols from these societies into the early plates on The Dinner Party table, crafting a series of tiny goddess images for the surface of the Fertile Goddess runner and also, for an edition of porcelain goddesses that were used for fund-raising purposes. This substantially sized Goddess Figure candle celebrates the feminine divine and the recent reappearance of feminist consciousness and a resurgence in female activism.
Y.N Lamp by Yoshitomo Nara
This limited edition collectible is based on an original artwork featured in Nara's 2017 solo exhibition For Better or Worse, staged at a museum in Toyota, Japan. With a stand that resembles a leafy branch, the shade features one of the artist's recognizable characters and the text, "I'm Not Sleepy But There's No Place, I'm Going To..." This charming lamp turns on by a pull chain with a small red ball attachment and is powered by a USB cord and wall adapter (includes a set of four international adapters). The lamp is not rechargeable and must be plugged in to power the integrated 4W LED 3000K lighting source.
Plate by Keith Haring
About the Artist Plate Project
The Coalition for the Homeless is honored to work with over 40 world-renowned artists to create limited-edition dinner plates produced by Prospect and made available for sale on Artware Editions. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Coalition for the Homeless. The funds raised by the sale of plates will provide food, crisis services, housing and other critical aid to thousands of people experiencing homelessness and instability.
About the Coalition for the Homeless
The Coalition for the Homeless is the nation’s oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless individuals and families. We believe that affordable housing, sufficient food and the chance to work for a living wage are fundamental rights in a civilized society. Since our inception in 1981, the Coalition has worked through litigation, public education and direct services to ensure that these goals are realized, and in that time, we have given more than one million homeless New Yorkers a way off the streets. More people are now homeless in New York City than at any time since the Great Depression. The Coalition for the Homeless provides lifesaving relief to thousands of homeless New Yorkers each and every day. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we dramatically increased our direct services to meet the huge surge in need, and are now preparing for the difficult days ahead when the economic crisis is expected to bring a new wave of evictions, job loss, hunger, and homelessness. We thank you for your support of the Artist Plate Project.
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