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2009 | Exhibit and Silent Auction
Contemporary Cuban Art in New York | October 8, 2009
Opening reception and silent auction: Thursday, October 8 from 6 to 9 PM

Auction Details

This auction presents the serious collector with a unique opportunity to acquire highly selected works from some of the best living Cuban artists at very reasonable prices. At the sametime, buyers will be contributing to a very worthy cause and getting the benefit of partial tax deductibility.

Works for Sale
All works, except those reserved for the auction, may be purchased before or after the auction at very attractive discounts from the estimated gallery price.

Auction Time
The auction will take place on Thursday, October 8, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Dactyl Foundation.

Registration & Bidding
To participate, you must register at the show desk, where you will receive a complete price list and a set of stickers that will uniquely identify you as a bidder. Each work that participates in the auction will have a strip next to it showing a list of increasing bid prices, beginning with the minimum bid. To bid, you must put one of your stickers next to a bid price higher than the last bid. At the end of the auction, the works will be sold to the highest bidder who must present payment at that time. If the highest bidder is not available at that time, the work will be sold to the next highest bidder.

Framing and Delivery
Framed works listed on this site do not include the frame price. Each work will have that price listed separately. Delivery is not included. Individual delivery arrangements should be made.

Tax Treatment
A portion of the purchase price of works, excluding framing, will be tax deductible. We will provide appropriate documentation for this purpose.

Exhibit Details
The exhibit has been professionally juried and includes only work from Cuban and Cuban-American artists that live outside the island.

Financial Aspects

Income from the show will derive from the sale of the artwork and the sale of the catalogue. Costs for this exhibit are being kept to a minimum and the organizers and curators are all volunteering their services.

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