This weekend is the 17th annual benefit dinner and art auction TWOxTWO for Aids, benefitting amFAR (The Foundation for AIDS Research) and the Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas will be alight with fashion luminaries from across the globe to raise money for this worthy cause this Saturday, October 24, 2015.
The evening will be hosted by Howard and Cindy Rachofsky at their iconic Dallas home. The Rachofsky House was designed by renowned architect Richard Meier. Since its commencement, TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art has raised over $52 million dollars in support of amfAR’s vital AIDS research and the Contemporary Art Acquisitions Fund at the Dallas Museum of Art. The black-tie gala and seated dinner for 450 guests will feature a live and silent auction of significant contemporary art as well as unique luxury items. This year’s honoree is artist Ellsworth Kelly, known for his bold, colorful minimalist works.
Todd Events wowed guests last year with an incredible European-constructed dome, called the Freedome, a 7000-square-foot geodesic structure that stood 48 feet tall in the center, featuring a wall of black and white photographs from years past, and a delectable menu from Cassandra’s Fine Catering. We cannot wait to see what they come up with this year! For more information on TWO x TWO, visit twoxtwo.org.
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