Monday, May 31, 2010

HeART Haiti Auction until June 17th

I am  very proud to share our HeART HAITI auction.  I have been working on this with Sascha, Heart ART productions, AGMAC, Benefit Events, David Hutchinson, and Run Red Creative.  The auction has raised almost $8000 already and we are  hoping for much more!  Please join us at APERTURE on June 16th to see the work in person!

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Full press release is below- happy bidding!  100% of the auction goes to doctors without borders as a relief fund in HAITI.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Agatha Maciejewski 646-315-4096 HeArt for Haiti Launches Art Auction To Benefit Haiti Relief Art Donated By World Renowned Artists To Benefit Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières May 17, 2010. New York, NY. A team of humanitarians and art lovers have gathered together to create HeArt for Haiti, an impressive bevy of artwork to be auctioned off, with all proceeds going to Doctors without Borders/Medicines Sans for Haiti Earthquake relief. World renowned photographers and artists including Ture Lillegraven, Danny Clinch, Stephen Wilkes, Peter Hapak, Martin Schoeller, Phil Toledano and Pamela Hanson, to name a few, have donated signed prints to the cause. The campaign is a collaboration of four organizations dedicated to healing the world through art: Heart Art, Sascha and Stephen Mallon, Red Run creative and agmac. The auction, generously hosted by, will take place online at starting May 19th at 9:00 AM, and will be active until June 17th at 11:59 PM. There will be a one-night gallery opening on Wednesday, June 16th at Aperture Gallery, where potential buyers will be taken through how to register for the site and will have the opportunity to view the work they want to bid on in person. Four months after the earthquake, the devastation in Haiti is still apparent to all who live there. There are still more than 1 million displaced, homeless people. While many governments are promising aid, there is still a lot that can be done with personal contributions.

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