New for Fall: Art to Collect from Nonprofits
If you’re looking to buy art and support a nonprofit, look to the shops at museums, print studios, and arts organizations. There, you’ll often find a variety of limited editions by leading talents, such as Alex Katz, Kenny Scharf, and Brian Calvin.
Below, discover six nonprofit shops, along with their newest works for fall. To buy any of these pieces, you can click on the image to contact the institution directly.
From blankets to prints, this nonprofit gallery and studio space offers a variety of works by emerging and underrepresented artists.
Promoting experimentation and innovation, Dieu Donné introduces the medium of hand papermaking to both professional artists and the public.
This still life by rising star Awol Erizku explores the whitewashing of art history by featuring a pale bust of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti. Supporting the organization Critical Resistance, the print is available for sale until September 12th.
This studio is known for its fine art lithography, commonly regarded as the most difficult printmaking method to learn and master.
Hosted by the University of South Florida, the printmaking studio invites artists from around the world to collaborate on limited editions.
MOCA is the only museum in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to contemporary art, and its shop is a great place to discover playful sculptures.