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Photo17: A Photo Auction to Benefit The AIDS Monument

Foundation for The AIDS Monument (FAM)

Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

Photo17: A Photo Auction to Benefit The AIDS Monument

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early Bird Tickets
Entry to auction at Milk Studios. Catered cocktail reception and special performance by Rufus Wainwright. A great crowd and a lot of fun!
Ended $175.00 $10.62
VIP Ticket
Includes early entry to event, cocktail reception, intimate performance by Rufus Wainwright, food and drinks and VIP bidding opportunity.
Ended $250.00 $14.74
VIP Host Ticket
VIP Host Ticket Includes early entry to event, 4 Tickets to cocktail reception and food, priority bidding opportunities, and name listing on invitation and event welcome boards
Ended $1,000.00 $49.95
Monument Sponsor
Name listing on invitation and in media releases, listing on welcome board at event, 10 VIP tickets to the event, auction, cocktail reception and early entry to bidding opportunity and seating area
Ended $2,500.00 $94.95
Donation to the AIDS Monument
Your donation to Stories: The AIDS Monument will be used to help build this work of art; Thank you for your support. Your contribution is 100% tax deductible.

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Event Details

Photo17 is a Photo Auction to Benefit Stories: The AIDS Monument  Hosted by Milk Studios, the event includes a cocktail reception and special live performance by Rufus Wainwright.   100 Photos will be sold in silent and live auction.  Ticket price includes a cocktail reception and bidding opportunities.  A great crowd for a great cause.  100% of the auction will help the Foundation build the AIDS Monument

Photographers (List in Formation):

  • Tanya Alexis
  • Frederic Auerbach
  • Tami Bahat
  • Bernard of Hollywood
  • Sean Black
  • Sylvie Blum
  • Brian Bowen Smith
  • Gavin Bond
  • Phil Chang
  • Michael Childers
  • Walter Chin
  • Lucien Clergue
  • Kevin Cooley
  • Michael Cooper
  • Jesse Diamond
  • Mitch Dobrowner
  • Giles Duley
  • Brad Elterman
  • Scott Frances
  • Anthony Friedkin
  • Greg Gorman
  • Torkil Gudnason
  • Tim Hailand
  • Pamela Hanson
  • Robin Harper
  • Shahrokh Hatami
  • Carl Hopgood
  • Dennis Hopper
  • Inez and Vinoodh
  • Kurt Iswarienko
  • Lynn Johnson
  • Siri Kaur
  • Dennis Keeley
  • Markus Klinko
  • Karen Kuehn
  • Julian Lennon
  • Antonio Lopez
  • Greg Lotus
  • Alexi Lubormirski
  • Simone Lueck
  • Jeaneen Lund
  • Steven Lyon
  • Daniel Jack Lyons
  • AndrewMacpherson
  • Christopher Makos
  • Jim Marshall
  • Kevin McHugh
  • Patrick McMullan
  • Arthur Meyerson
  • Jeffrey Milstein
  • Martien Mulder
  • Carter Mull
  • Nino Muñoz
  • Dave Naz
  • Dewey Nicks
  • Estevan Oriol
  • Kenton Parker
  • Lisa Jane Persky
  • Chad Pitman
  • Melanie Pullen
  • Mei Xian Qiu
  • Rankin
  • Jeff Reidel
  • Herb Ritts
  • Kim Myers Robertson
  • Mick Rock
  • Matthew Rolston
  • Ed Ruscha
  • Albert Sanchez
  • Steve Schapiro
  • Norman Seeff
  • Simon Seez
  • Afshin Shahidi
  • Michael Shulman
  • Alan Silfen
  • Nikki Sixx
  • Art Streiber
  • Evan Trine
  • Yu Tsai
  • Miranda Penn Turin
  • Penelope Umbrico
  • Eric Van Dun Brulle
  • Raul Vega
  • Mariano Vivanco
  • Ellen Von Unwerth
  • Jeff Wall
  • Julian Wasser
  • Cliff Watts
  • Jan Welters
  • Timothy White
  • Billy Wirth
  • Christian Witkin
  • Paul Zone
Have questions about Photo17: A Photo Auction to Benefit The AIDS Monument? Contact Foundation for The AIDS Monument (FAM)

When & Where

Milk Studios Los Angeles
855 North Cahuenga Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

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Foundation for The AIDS Monument (FAM)

Foundation for The AIDS Monument (FAM), seeks to honor and memorialize the devastation and impact of HIV/AIDS on a national level. Reflective and contemporary, the monument will establish a much needed, long-awaited structure, one of global significance that will support our ongoing activism. 

The Monument will be built in West Hollywood Park and his supported by hundreds of donors and philanthropists.

Blending evocative architectural design and state of the art technology, the monument will provide a destination that will pay tribute to the legacy of those we have lost, honor those who survived and recognize the organizations of change that were born, and provide links and access to existing programs around HIV/AIDS education. 

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