11.05.2015 | posted 1 year, 7 months ago
Mudd Club Benefit for The Bowery Mission
The Mudd Club Rummage Sale is the first and only Mudd Club event Steve Mass has hosted in New York City since its closing in 1981. Sale will include art, fashion pieces, live tours, and memorabilia.
Co-hosted by Glenn O’Brien, Maripol, and Paul Sevigny with a host committee including: Victoria Bartlett, Richard Boch, Jeffery Deitch, Eric Goode, Kim Gordon, Deborah Harry, Kim Hastreiter, David Herskovitz, Darryl Kerrigan, Humberton Leon, Debbi Mazar, Patrick McMullan, Robert Molnar, Lisa Rosen, Lola Montes Schnabel, Kate Simon, Anna Sui, threeASFOUR, & Linda Yablonsky this isn’t your typical rummage sale.
Find treasures donated by artists such as Sting, Nan Goldin, The B-52’s, and Cindy Sherman and a secret live performance.
The famed Mudd Club opened its doors at 77 White Street, steps away from The Roxy, in October of 1978. For five years Mudd Club supported New York City’s downtown music, fashion, and art scene giving exposure to artists and performers like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Lou Reed, The B-52’s, and Anna Sui. Mudd Club housed Basquiat, Haring and friends offering a safe haven to create and even sleep.
The Bowery Mission has served homeless and hungry New Yorkers since 1879. This year, The Bowery Mission provided more than 382,400 meals to men, women and children, 93,700 nights of shelter and 46,800 articles of clothing, as well as showers, haircuts, and expert medical and optometric care. Each meal and every night of shelter is an invitation to its residential recovery programs, where lives are transformed from hopelessness to hope.