Pan American Art Projects

Pan American Art Projects

274 NE 67 St
Miami, FL 33138
[email protected]
panamericanart.com
305-751-2550

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100 Years of Cuban Art

August 8—23, 2020

Pan American Art Projects is pleased to announce 100 YEARS OF CUBAN ART, a charity auction to support Friends of Caritas Cuba with the donation of 25% of the sales proceeds. The sale will start running online on Invaluable.com on August 8 th, culminating in the Online Live Auction on Sunday, August 23 rd . Bids can be entered at any time (together with secret maximum bids) from Aug 8 but will not become final until the Live Auction.

Our catalogue of works includes important names of Cuban art masters, such as Leopoldo Romañach, Víctor Manuel, Carlos Enríquez, Amelia Pelaez, Mariano Rodríguez, René Portocarrero, as well as contemporary established artists like Roberto Fabelo, Jose Bedia, Pedro Pablo Oliva, J. Roberto Diago, and Sandra Ramos, among several others.

We have set up an online Viewing Room where the press and the public can find a curated selection of pieces highlighting the sale.

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Mauricio Vivero, CEO of Friends of Caritas Cuba, said: “We are delighted to partner with Pan American Art Projects, and thank them for their strong commitment to helping Cuba’s most vulnerable people”. Caritas Cuba is the island’s largest humanitarian organization and in 2019 served over 48,000 individuals.
The gallery team will be available to help by phone if bidders require assistance placing bids on the site. We will also be happy to receive interested people at the gallery, where the works in the Online Viewing Room are actually installed in a dedicated exhibit room, for viewing in person. All other works in the auction can also be seen at the gallery by making an appointment and following the government safety rules for Covid-19.
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About Pan American Art Projects

Pan American Art Projects was established in 2001 with the mission to exhibit and promote established and emerging artists from North, Central and South America, providing a context for dialogue between the various regions. We represent a strong roster of contemporary artists of the Americas and hold a collection of important works from Cuba, Argentina, the U.S. and the Caribbean. Our programming reflects these complementary arenas providing a comprehensive historical context for contemporary tendencies in the visual arts from these regions.

The gallery was born from the personal collection of our owner, Robert Borlenghi, who as a founding member of MOCA Los Angeles made his first trip to Haiti in 1990 and found many great artists that were relatively unknown to collectors in the U.S. He made it his mission to collect and exhibit underrepresented artists from Haiti, Jamaica and later Cuba. This mission then transferred to our gallery when we opened in Dallas in 2001, when we began adding actively represented artists from North and South America.

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