The Acrobatic Dance Dinner Plate

The Acrobatic Dance Dinner Plate
The Acrobatic Dance Dinner Plate

The Acrobatic Dance Dinner Plate


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Katherine Bernhardt for Coalition for the Homeless in partnership with Prospect

The Coalition for the Homeless's Grand Central Food Program (GCFP) was founded in 1985 the day after a homeless woman died of starvation in Grand Central Terminal. Since then, the program has grown to become the largest mobile soup kitchen in America.

Each night, our three vans deliver between 800 and 1,200 healthy meals of hot stew, bread, fresh fruit, and juice or milk — as well as coats, hats, gloves and blankets in the colder weather — to those struggling to survive rough on the streets at 25 stops around the city. For many homeless New Yorkers, this is their only meal of the day.

In its 33 year history, the program has distributed more than seven million meals and has never missed a single night of operation.

All of the proceeds from the sale of plates will be used to provide hot, nutritious meals to homeless New Yorkers.


Katherine Bernhardt


Edition of 150


Fine Bone China

About Katherine Bernhardt

Katherine Bernhardt is a Brooklyn based painter, currently residing in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Using acrylic and spray paint, she draws inspiration from all corners of daily life, like runs to the corner deli, the fruit stand, the 99 cent store, and the Caribbean-African influence of her neighborhood to create whimsical, maximalist canvases. Represented by CANADA in New York, arl Freeman in London, and Xavier Hufkens in Brussels, Katherine has had solo shows around the world, including MATE in Peru, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and The Contemporary Art Museum in Saint Louis. 

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