A Neke Carson Production, You Can Win $100 In Cash Just by Going To A Gallery and Looking Around, 1977. Offset on paper. 18 ½ x 15 in.,
For his series of “Lottery Drawing” performances Carson created numbered drawings and hid them in galleries. People found his numbered drawings crumbled in corners and participated in a “Lottery Drawing Event” at the gallery. At the first lottery drawing held at the Sonnabend Gallery, one woman won $50. At another “Drawing” someone won $200. At the last Lottery held at the Robert Friedus Gallery the grand prize was $1000 in one dollar bills which contestants competed for in a contest of classical musical chairs with a string quartet from the Julliard School providing the music.