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50 celebrated artists have partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless

Katharina Grosse “Untitled” 2008 Edition of 175

Homelessness is expected to rise 40-45% in the year ahead due to the pandemic. It’s unfathomable that any child, family or person would be without food or shelter.  50 celebrated artists have partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless to create these stunning limited edition artist plates.


Andy Warhol “Camouflage Self-Portrait” 198 © 2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS)

ONE PLATE PURCHASE CAN FEED UP TO 75 HOMELESS & HUNGRY NEW YORKERS @artistplateproject launches November 16th @ 9 am EST   50 Artists – Edition of 175 per artist  Curated by Michelle Hellman 

Loie Hollowell “Cascade” 2020 Edition of 175 Supported by PACE


Ed Ruscha “He Up And Went Downtown” 2018 Edition of 175 Supported by Gagosian

About Coalition for the Homeless

The Coalition for the Homeless is the nation’s oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless men, women and children. 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.

Austin Lee “Like Like” 2019 Edition of 175



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