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The Archives of American Art 2014 Benefit

Released: 4/23/14

The Archives is pleased to announce the date and details for its spectacular 2014 Benefit, to be held on October 28, 2014, at 583 Park Avenue, New York City. This year's honorees, recognized for their contributions to art in America, include:

Claes Oldenburg, Archives of American Art Medal

Robert Meyerhoff, Archives of American Art Medal

Dr. Teresa A. Carbone, Lawrence A. Fleischman Award for Scholarly Excellence in the Field of American Art History

Terra Foundation for American Art, Archives of American Art Award for Philanthropic Leadership

We are grateful to our honorary chairs Frank Gehry, Max Berry, and Pamela Thomas for their support.

For questions and ticket information, please call 202.633.7989 or email AAABenefit@si.edu

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