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Vered Gallery – Hamptons Independence Day Silent Auction

Submitted by on June 28, 2013 – 2:13 pmNo Comment
Joan Miro Mambo

Joan Miro Mambo

For the art lover there are is a special silent auction which ends July 7th at the Vered Gallery in East Hampton that allows you not just to look but to buy.

Vered is celebrating the 15thst Annual Independence Day Silent Auction which continues thru July 7th.  Vered’s Auction closes at the Last Bid Closing Party Sunday, July 7th 3-5pm. This year the auction will benefit The Chabads of East Hampton and of Southampton.

Vered John Chamberlain Flashback no. 2

John Chamberlain Flashback no. 2

There are a vast array of items to choose from.

Milton Avery Double Wave

Milton Avery Double Wave

The 2013 silent auction will feature over 125 lots including works by Willem de Kooning, Milton Avery, Barry Flanagan, Wolf Kahn, Joan Miro, David Smith, Robert Maplethorpe, Kenneth Noland, Vik Muniz, Pablo Picasso, John Graham, Fairfield Porter, May Ray, Larry Rivers, Richard Serra, Marilyn Miinter, Robert De Niro Sr. and Andy Warhol among others. This year Vered Gallery will partner with online auction house Paddle8 for the commercial component, with all sales accessible to Paddle8’s global collector community. will handle the auction sales via online auction of the works of art on display at the gallery and Vered Gallery for their clients at the gallery.

We have to admit we are a little in love with one particular item which reminds us of a Victorian past live, the gorgeous Fainting Chair by Jessica Lichtenstein.

Jessica Lichtenstein Fainting Chair

Jessica Lichtenstein Fainting Chair

About the charity:

The Chabad of East Hampton and The Chabad of Southampton have made a significant mark on the Jewish community and the general community of the Hamptons and beyond. They are part of the world-wide Chabad community.  Chabad is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today.  Motivated by their profound love for every Jew and spurred by boundless optimism, 3,300 institutions worldwide with 4,000 full-time emissary families dedicated their life’s work to proving support for welfare of the Jewish people worldwide as well as actively being a helpful presence to the general communities in which they thrive.

Vered Gallery, 68 Park Place, East Hampton

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