Artworks ADL Event

| October 1, 2013 | Parties

It was a perfect night atop the canyons of Beverly Hills. Anti-Defamation League donors and supporters 'oohed and ahhed' over a gallery of donated art pieces set up at the home of art collectors Jeanne and Tony Pritzker on September 17 before opening their hearts and their wallets to support ADL. More than $340,000 was raised to support ADL's fight against anti-Semitism and bigotry of all kinds. ArtWorks ADL: Justice, Advocacy & ArtT featured the works of more than 50 Los Angeles-area emerging and established artists who donated works of art inspired by ADL's Centennial theme, Imagine a World Without Hate. More than 400 people attended the fundraiser, which included a champagne reception and live and silent art auction. Eli Broad was honorary chair and Caspar Martin served as curator.
Photography by Michael Kovac


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