benefitlogo2016LEVELS OF SUPPORT

What your donation level will give you:
Admission to the 12/21/16 benefit silent auction and performance event @ 6pm.
Carlo Quispe silkscreen design tote bag (and surprise goodie bag items)
Allied’s Gordon Kurtti Exhibition Catalogue ($20 value)

Early Preview admission to the 12/21/16 benefit silent auction and performance event @ 5pm.
Carlo Quispe silkscreen design tote bag (and surprise goodie bag items)
Allied’s Gordon Kurtti Exhibition Catalogue ($20 value)
Dancing Foxes Press book Available Light, 2014 by Zoe Leonard ($45 value)

All of the above PLUS LPVTV DVD One Hour Special ($45 value)
or Ultimately Civil Project limited ed silkscreen poster signed by artist Leslie Lowe ($150 value)

LOVE BUG $1500
All of the above plus Kiki Smith “Island Of Negative Utopia”  signed silkscreen on linen ($850 value)

ANGEL $2500
All of the above except for Kiki Smith print.
Kembra Pfahler & Gordon Kurtti giclee prints (2013, Limited Ed of 20, $1200 value)

DEITY $5000 
EVERYTHING under the umbrella…

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Allied Productions, Inc.
P.O. Box 20260
Tompkins Square Station
New York, NY 10009


72 pages 66 color images with an essay by Cynthia Carr
Edited by Karen Kelly and Barbara Schroder
Of Allied Productions, Inc. Sponsored Project Dancing Foxes Press

Premiums_img_1Published for the Gordon Kurtti Project exhibition at Participant Inc., June 2 – July 14, 2013 curated by Allied Productions’ co founder Carl Michael George. Features the artwork of Gordon Kurtti, a seminal artist of the early East Village art scene, who was born on May 4th 1960 and died of AIDS related illnesses on April 18th, 1987 – two weeks shy of his 27th birthday. Gordon studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York where he formed a life-long friendship and artistic collaboration with classmate Kembra Pfahler.
He worked with Liz Dunn in the mid ‘80’s drawing, under the nom de plume of Sketch Louis, the advertising images for Café La Mama’s “One Night Stands” and capturing performers like Kimberly Flynn, Edgar Oliver, Hapi Phace, Lypsinka and Watchface. His depictions of celebrities and New York City street scenes, mothers and children waiting in Grand Central Station, homeless men, street urchins and bug eyed socialites are unparalleled.

Carlo Quispe Silkscreen Bag


Edition specially designed for BENEFIT 2016 by multiple LPV alumni Carlo Quispe, a NY based artist who makes art books with drawings and comics that are full of fantasy and tenderness. A muralist par excellence, Carlo puts on shows or workshops in academic or party settings . Sometimes a street performer, Carlo has been a working artist in New York since 1996 in a multitude of ways. Currently he is working on his magazine URANUS.


Zoe Leonard: Available Light




Edited by Karen Kelly and Barbara Schröder; texts by Diedrich Diederichsen, Suzanne Hudson, Glenn Ligon and Eileen Myles

Ridinghouse 2014 and Dancing Foxes

The bodies of work by artist Zoe Leonard that form this publication s centerpiece pose fundamental questions about the medium of photography and the nature of sight. In a series of large-scale installations sited in the United States and Europe (most recently at the Chianti Foundation in Marfa, Texas), the artist has employed the principal of the camera obscura. Projection devices seen as a historical precursor to modern photography, Leonard s room-size camera obscuras are paired with installations of gelatin silver prints of the sun. Edited by Karen Kelly and Barbara Schroder of the books co-publisher Dancing Foxes Press which is a sponsored project of Allied Productions, Inc.



Silk Screen by Leslie Lowe

Premiums_img_4Designed as publicity for the 1985 Allied Productions festival The Ultimately Civil Project at Tompkins Sq. Park, funded by NEA Interarts Program. The event featured a who’s who of NYC downtown art including Arleen Schloss, Sharon Garin, Sue Ann Harkey, Richard Hofmann, Bradley Eros, and Aline Mare.










A selection of 1 from the set of 6 discs







In the summer of 2006 Allied Productions, Inc. was awarded a New York City’s cable access provider Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) grant to produce a twelve part cable series titled LPVTV that highlights the myriad garden events occurring at Le Petit Versailles.

The series features local and visiting artists that have used the garden as platform to exhibit, enlighten, enthrall and entertain audiences on subjects and mediums ranging from preservation of public space & health to community activism and the arts. Episodes include featured presentations and appearances by

Eileen Myles, Mary Gaitskill, Laurie Weeks, Peter Cramer, Ingo AKA Grrrr , Shelly Marlow, Rajendra Roy, Carlo Quispe, Ethan Shoshan, Wells Pollock, Tim Doody, Jack Waters , B, Jason Fleetwood Bolt, Barbara Hammer, Katerina Del Mar, Ethan Euson-Conn AKA DJ Econ, Joe Tulgren. Mike Diana, Noz, Stephen Kent Jussick, Madhappy: Mike Ill and Rifka Kembra Pfahler, Henry Flesh, CEO, Jules, Pearl, Danny/Dianne Torr, Reinaldo Braga, Bil Shannon, Celeste Hastings, Udam Nguen Susan, Salanger Zach Simonson, Fred Kahl, Kiva, Carl George, Philly, Brad Taylor, Brandon Olsen and many more



Gordon Kurtti, a founding artist of Allied Productions, Inc was a seminal figure in the East Village art scene of the early 1980’s. He died on April 18, 1987 of AIDS related illnesses, two weeks before his 27th birthday. He was prolific and created a substantial body of work as an artist, writer, illustrator and performer.

Noted artist, musician and performer Kembra Pfahler is another founding spirit and longtime alumni of Allied Productions. She and Gordon were close friends and frequent collaborators in the days of Allied Productions’ formation.


 Gordon Kurtti

The Salt Flats Mining Camp, c. 1983

Stamped and certified by the estate and numbered

High resolution digital print (GicleÈ print) on Epson museum archival paper



 Kembra Pfahler

Les Fleurs, 1983

Signed and numbered by the artist

High resolution digital print (GicleÈ print) on Epson museum archival paper

19.5 3w x 14 3h


 This special edition consists of 20 16.5 3w x 14 3h signed and numbered sets of two.

Each set of these two prints is priced at $1200.



Limited Edition of 70 Signed and NPremiums_img_7umbered by the artist dated 1984











Value: US $850.00

Signed: Signed by the artist

Dimension: (width X height) 26 3 X 19 1/4 3

MEDIUM: black Ink, water color and spray paint on paper

Print Type: Silkscreen with hand stencil

The editions are available in black and white, and various colors.