May 20 - 31 2022
Headlands Benefit Art Auction – Preview Exhibition

Headlands Benefit Art Auction – Preview Exhibition

Presented by Headlands Center for the Arts at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture

Exhibition Dates:
* May 21 – 31

We’re kicking off our 2022 Benefit Art Auction with a free opening celebration and exhibition at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture on May 20, 6–9PM.

Mingle with Headlands Artists past and present, view the artworks included in our 2022 Benefit Auction (all awaiting your winning bid), and explore installations by Headlands Artists Annie Albagli (AFF '20–'22) and Anja Ulfeldt (AIR '21, '20)—all to a soundtrack DJ'd by Headlands Alum Sofía Córdova (AIR '18).

Plus floral installations by Saint Flora, an obliteration room for kids of all ages from Wild Child, and a phone-booth audio installation masterminded by Headland's Designer in Residence Justin Carder (DIR '22), with contributions from champoy (GF '21-22), Arleene Correa Valencia (BAF '21-'22), Sholeh Asgary (AFF '19–'22), Beatriz Escobar (AFF '19–'22), Judit Navratil (AFF '19–'22), Ebtihal Shedid (GF '21–'22), Lena Gustafson, and Grace Rosario Perkins.


About Annie Albagli
Albagli's We Become [Vessels] is a video-based installation responding to a desire for touch and mobility. Originally installed at Headlands, We Become [Vessels] pairs a shofar, or ram's horn—a tool from Jewish tradition used to mark the new moon and new year, said to have toppled the walls of Jericho—with rocks inviting human touch, video projection and sound, and printed silk flags. The resulting installation invites contemplation, using ancestral tools for the exploration of the threshold of the self, our interdependence, and speculative imaginings.

About Anja Ulfeldt
An alchemist of cast-off materials and a harnesser of invisible energies, Ulfeldt creates multi-sensory encounters touching on core themes such as resource allocation, reuse, repair, and adaptation. Using salvaged materials and technology to investigate the built environment, her installations reward curiosity, and seek to foster thoughtful relationships with emerging and declining technologies.

The exhibition will be open Saturday, May 21–Monday, May 30 11AM–6PM, and Tuesday, May 31 11AM–1PM; no reservations required.

Visit for more information and to register to bid, and for the latest updates to COVID safety protocols.

Admission Info


Additional time info:

Opening celebration:  Friday, May 20, 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Exhibition Public Hours:
* May 21 – 30, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
* Tuesday, May 31, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Dates & Times

2022/05/20 - 2022/05/31

Location Info

Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture

2 Marina Blvd