As part of our on going fund raising programme we have joined forces with Henrique Faria Fine Art and Maddox Arts to bring you our first online art auction. Starting on April 12, the works of more than 20 Venezuelan and international artists will be on sale at an online auction, through the online auction house Paddle8. Paddle8's online bidding platform and iPhone app allows for seamless bidding on featured lots in this benefit auction Bidding starts April 12 - Bidding Ends April 28 To register and start bidding, visit Paddle8.com or download the Paddle8 iPhone app.
Alongside the online auction will be an exhibition where you will be able to view the artworks Where: Maddox Art’s gallery (52 Brook’s Mews, Mayfair, London, W1K 4ED) When: 26-28 th of April from 11am to 7pm This exhibition is free and open to the public. No bookings required.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE Online
Visit Paddle8.com to register to bid and to follow your favorite artists, designers, and lots.
On Your iPhone
Download Paddle8's free iPhone app from the App Store. You'll be able to register, bid, monitor auctions, and follow lots by your favorite artists and designers even when you're away from a computer.
Register with a Paddle8 representative and place bids on the iPad kiosks located throughout the event space.
How To Bid
Online or in person, enter your maximum bid. You'll be automatically alerted if you're outbid.
If you are the highest bidder at the close of the auction, you'll receive an email about Paddle8's simple checkout process.
Esvin Alarcón Lam, Valentina Alvarado, Susan Applewhite, Emilia Azcárate, Isabella Benshimol, Mariana Bunimov, Ivan Candeo, Emilio Chapela, Isabel Cisneros, Marylee Coll, Martín Cordiano, Renata Fernández, Jaime Gili, María Teresa González, Peter Griffin, Juan Iribarren, Elizabeth Jobim, Ramsés Larzábal, Diana Lopez, Rodrigo Machado, Humberto Márquez, Cipriano Martínez, Andrés Michelena, Oscar Pabón, Marianela Pérez, Lucía Pizzani, Osvaldo Romberg, Luis Romero, Lizi Sánchez, Emilia Sunyer, Katherine Di Turi, Piers Veness, Augusto Villalba, and Carlos Zerpabzueta