NYC Art Auctions
Manhattan fine art auctions Call 1-347-852-4235. Our licensed and bonded auctioneers in New York City auction artwork and direct charity fundraising events.
We buy and sell art estates from artists and collectors. Contact us for a private art auction consulting appointment or viewing at 100 Park Avenue on the 16th Floor, next to Grand Central Station.
Thank you Manhattan and New York for your artists, collectors and fantastic business.
Enjoy the art in your life!
Manhattan Art Auction’s Presents
Art Live Turns Five Event
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NYC Art Auction and Opening!
Hell’s Kitchen Art Festival is this weekend!
Manhattan Art Auctions Presents:
No doubt it will be a night to remember!
Hope to see you there!
Manhattan Art Auctions
10TH ANNUAL CONGRESS:
The History of Cuban Baseball
To be held: July 9th at Fordham University
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS
Magnificent art pieces offered at well below their value
New York, NY – May 25th, 2011 – Carmen Herrera, whom The New York Times has referred to as “a nonagenarian homebound painter with arthritis, [who] is hot,” and whose work is in the world’s most prestigious museums, such as the MOMA, is one of the Cuban artists who, at 7:30 pm on June 3rd, will be part of the auction organized by the Cuban Cultural Center of NY (CCCNY) and Manhattan Art Auctions.
Besides Carmen Herrera’s oeuvre, the auction will include approximately 25 paintings and photographs by renowned and highly coveted Cuban artists, as well as from new emerging painters whose art is just starting to be recognized. The eclectic selection brings together artists with different characteristics and from different generations, including Gustavo Acosta, José Acosta, Susan Bank, Guido Betancourt, Humberto Calzada, Chary Castro-Marín, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Enrique Cubillas, Arturo Cuenca, Liliam Cuenca, Ofill Echevarría, Nelson Franco, Florencio Gelabert, David Martínez, Manuel Pardo, Jesús Rivera, Baruj Salinas, Leandro Soto, Mario Torroella, Gladys Triana, and Raúl Villarreal.
The auction will take place on Friday June 3rd at 7:30 pm at the The Spanish Benevolent Society (239 West 14th Street, NYC), an emblematic historical institution founded in 1868. As Manuel Castedo, president of the CCCNY, states, “this is a unique opportunity for all art collectors. Since this event is organized as a fund raiser,* the starting bids will be well below the value of these pieces. Moreover, the $50 entrance fee is tax-deductible and will be applied to any art purchase.”
All attendees will enjoy a rich selection of tapas prepared by international chef Lupe Torres, from the Spanish restaurant La Nacional, as well as the right to participate in special raffles. Given the limited space and the anticipated response to this event, we suggest that interested art collectors buy their tickets early at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/175118. For further information, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*All proceeds will be donated to the fund in benefit of the CCCNY’s X Annual Congress:
The History of Cuban Baseball (details at www.cubanculturalcenter.org).
Manhattan Graffiti Legends Auction Graffiti Art for
New York City Housing Works Charity
Visit NY Graffiti Art for more details!
Mico, Lava, Stay High, Bama, Flint 707 and L.A.
Thursday May 19th, 2011, from 6-10 there will be a Tribeca art exhibit, Graffiti discussion, and Live Music by DJ Young C.
Friday, May 20th, 2011, from 6-10pm art exhibit and live music by Acoustic Graffiti and Street Wise Soul. The Exhibition is hosted by Steve and Tatiana Cornell and is Curated by Frank Gerard Godlewski. There will be a Live Benefit Art Auction for Housing Works provided by The Manhattan Auction House and Foundation Auctions.
We realize Graffiti by nature is a controversial art form. Many individuals see Graffiti in general as vandalism because of their social background and the influx of various personalities and criminal elements. The Graffiti Kings showing at Gallery 69 have been creating tag for over 30 years and are now giving back to the homeless communities of New York. We do not endorse vandalism, rather, we support artistic creation for art’s sake in accordance with the law. That being said, enjoy the art in your life! If you are curious about NY Graffiti Art and would like to support Housing Works, a non profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to providing housing, education, employment and medical care for the homeless, please visit Gallery 69 in Tribeca and make your donation or purchase. 100% of all Auction Sales go to needy non profit efforts in New York City.
New York City Art Auction for Charity
MORE THAN 30 NEW YORK ARTISTS DONATE TO ART FOR THE MANHATTAN AUCTION BENEFITTING LEUKEMIA NEEDS FOUNDATION
LIVE and Silent Auction Directed By:
Manhattan Art Auctions
Photographers and painters in New York City raise funds for leukemia patients in need
NEW YORK CITY (April 27, 2011) – The Leukemia Needs Foundation (LNF) will auction off a mix of fine art photography and paintings at Art for the Cause, May 5, including works by talented artists Guy Philoche, Arthur Belebeau, Bill Diodato, William Coupon, Timothy Hogan and others. LNF, along with the participation of Be The Match Foundation, will host the event to raise funds to help pay the everyday bills of leukemia patients in need undergoing treatment at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
LNF co-founder and fashion photographer James Weber is among the artists donating their work and was inspired to start the organization after his own brush with the deadly disease.
“Being diagnosed with leukemia not only knocked me off my feet physically, but financially as well,” says Weber. “I was fortunate enough to have health insurance cover most of my medical bills, but since I was unable to work for more than 45 days, the bills for everyday living expenses soon piled up. It occurred to me that there must be thousands out there going through the same thing, but with a lot fewer resources.”
The resources Weber seeks to tap to help leukemia patients are those in the New York City world of art and photography in which he makes his living. More than 30 talented, working artists each donated a signed print to be sold with all proceeds going to LNF.
One of the event’s featured artists, Guy Philoche, has sold some of his previous works to celebrities George Clooney and Uma Thurman. Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Barclay Investments, Merrill Lynch and others have picked up Philoche’s paintings at Christie’s auctions making them part of their corporate collections. His current work, “Untitled Series,” focuses on utilizing a simple yet strict structure to create a sense of balance and symmetry. His artwork has been referred to as a “beautiful organization of chaos” — a parallel for the order that LNF hopes to bring to the chaotic interruption leukemia creates in the lives of those who contract and confront it.
“James is someone I respect as an artist and a human being,” Philoche says. “I’m not surprised by his inspired efforts to help those dealing with leukemia, and I’m honored he would ask me to join him in Art for the Cause.”
Art for the Cause takes place in Loft 33 located at 33 West 26th St, 4th Floor, New York, NY, from 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.. For more information about the event, please visit: www.leukneeds.org.
For more information on participating artists and the art being auctioned, please visit:
About Be The Match
Be The Match is a movement that engages a growing community of people inspired to help patients who need a marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant from an unrelated donor. The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), a leader in the field of marrow and cord blood transplantation, created Be The Match to provide opportunities for the public to become involved in saving the lives of people with leukemia, lymphoma and other life-threatening diseases. Volunteers can join the Be The Match Registry – the world’s largest and most diverse listing of potential marrow donors and donated cord blood units – as well as contribute financially to Be The Match Foundation or give their time. For more information, visit BeTheMatch.org or call 1 (800) MARROW-2.
About Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) was established in New York City in 1884 and is the world’s oldest and largest private institution dedicated to prevention, patient care, research, and education in cancer. MSKCC’s physicians and scientists treat over 400 subtypes of cancer and have established standards of care and treatment protocols for each type and stage of disease. Each year, Memorial Sloan-Kettering treats more children with cancer, treats more people with breast cancer, and performs more cancer surgeries than any other hospital in the United States. In 2010, more than 24,000 patients were admitted to Memorial Hospital and MSKCC accommodated 500,000 outpatient visits. MSKCC is one of 40 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the United States. For more information, please visit www.mskcc.org.
About The Leukemia Needs Foundation
The Leukemia Needs Foundation (LNF) is a not-for-profit organization created to financially assist leukemia patients while acutely hospitalized. While many organizations focus on medical bills, LNF focuses on paying everyday living expenses that stack up while a patient isn’t able to work. LNF was created by James Weber and Dr. Patrick Fullerton with the focus of benefitting patients of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Its stated goal is to raise funds sufficient to expand to hospitals around the country. Those interested in learning more about LNF may visit its website:
New York Fine Art Auction
Manhattan Art Auctions Present:
Saturday April 9th, Union Square, 833 Broadway, Suite # 2
SHOWING 6PM – 10 PM
LIVE AUCTION 9:00 PM
Internationally recognized art genius and critically acclaimed as New York’s “best psychometric artist,” Artem Mirolevich and Igor Molochevsky will be presenting their Manhattan Art Exhibit on Broadway here in Union Square NYC. Live music by DJ Gusto, space provided by Union Square Studios.
Refreshments, entertainment, and of course New York City Fine Art Auctions!
Special thanks to Philippe Renaud and all those involved with Saturday’s Manhattan Art Auction!
To see more of Artem’s brilliant, ground splitting artistic inspiration click here!
Art Expo New York!
New York City’s International Art Exposition 2011
Manhattan Art Auctions Present:
On Display Booth #703
If you haven’t been following the news, NYC International Art Expo is here at Pier 94!
Special Thanks to Anna. Stop by booth #703 and view her inspired work and of course, meet the inspirational artist herself.
Manhattan Art Auctions have several international artists participating in this year’s event and are excited about the new art on display from over 20 countries from around the world. Various media never before displayed are open for the public, tickets of course.
Manhattan Art Auction Representitives will be searching for 2011’s public favorite five artists, Anna Razamovskaya and Daryl Colburn are certainly in the top ten so far.
Our licensed auction professionals will be around the #700 booths, but will visit every booth so if you are worried we haven’t photographed your work yet, don’t be.
There are over 600 artist groups involved with the New York City International Art Expo of 2011.
Be sure and visit Daryl Colburn, master sculptor! He is an amazing artist.
We look forward to meeting you at Pier 94 this weekend!
Enjoy the art in your life!
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