Press Release  April 24, 2020

Gary Nader Presents To Serve Mankind Online Benefit Auction

Gary Nader Art Centre

Robert Indiana, Hope, Polished stainless steel, 36 x 36 x 18 in, Executed in 2009, Edition 2 of 8.

 Miami, April 21, 2020. Gary Nader presents To Serve Mankind Online Benefit Auction. 

 Curated from the art collection of Gary Nader, this Sale is now live for bidding on https://garynader.com/auctions

 Offering 95+ lots of the most exclusive Modern, Contemporary, and Latin American Art, this groundbreaking online auction platform is live through May 1st, 2020, at 6:00 PM.

 In Partnership with Emilio and Gloria Estefan and Lucy Doughty , proceeds from this Sale will benefit healthcare workers and first responders who are in the front lines fighting against COVID-19 as well as the campaign #YoMeQuedoEnCasaRD at @gofundme sponsored by The Doughty Family Foundation to feed people staying at home while preventing from the virus in the Dominican Republic. 

 To Serve Mankind Online Benefit Auction features important works by Fernando Botero, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Damien Hirst, Martin Kippenberger, Robert Indiana, Wifredo Lam, Julio Larraz, Matta, Amelia Peláez, Thomas Ruf, Frank Stella, Jesus Rafael Soto, Joaquin Torres-Garcia among others.

 Please feel free to contact us with questions or for further information at 305-576-0256 or auction@garynader.com.

 

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