“Why we auction art.
It’s a game and we’re playing it.
A comment and a question,
therefore, an investigation.
It’s for artists and for you
It’s for fun and we’re serious
– Manifest, de Joode & Kamutzki Auction House
This year’s auction will feature an impressive line-up of international artists including Cécile B. Evans, Iris Touliatou, Jennifer Chan, Letha Wilson, Shana Moulton, Parker Ito, Jared Gradinger & Angela Schubot and Landon Metz. A total of 42 works will be presented with starting prices from €50 – €1000.
A new special feature for this year’s auction is the addition of live bidding with a video feed from Berlin to New York at Stadium Gallery (in Chelsea gallery district), enabling New York City and Berlin bidders to simultaneously participate. In Berlin, the event will take place on Sunday, January 27, 2013 at Karl Marx Allee 78, (above the old Karl-Marx-Buchhandlung), and will start at 7pm, with doors opening at 6pm. In New York the city satellite location will be at Stadium Gallery in Chelsea, 548 W. 28th Street Suite 636 and will begin at 2pm, with doors opening at 1pm.
To view the full list of wonderful works, please visit the online catalogue here
We look forward to seeing you this Sunday, January 27th! Limited seating is available, so don’t forget to register by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donna Huanca – “Untitled (Vulva)” (2012), woven leather and latex paint on wooden frame, 60 x 50 cm
DE JOODE & KAMUTZKI
“WINTER AUCTION 2013”
Auction: Sunday, Jan. 27; 6pm
Preview: Saturday, Jan. 26; 3-6pm
Berlin: Karl-Marx-Allee 78 (above the old Karl-Marx-Buchhandlung) (click here for map)
New York: Stadium Gallery in Chelsea, 548 W. 28th Street Suite 636 (click here for map)
ABOUT PAMPERO COLECTIVO
Pampero Colectivo aims to encourage creativity and unique vision through its support of independent projects. More information on events and sponsoring applications are available on their website: pampero-colectivo.com
ABOUT STADIUM GALLERY
Stadium is a space dedicated to fostering a dynamic environment for the multi-dimensional, multi-media exchange of ideas. While remaining cognizant of contemporary media’s role in the display and distribution of art, stage seeks to engage these new methodologies, through participation within this loop. With an emphasis on programming that supports direct engagement through exhibitions, performances, and dialogue, stage addresses contemporary issues salient to the media conditions of today’s exhibition space.
(left) Iris Touliatou – “00 (zero zero) MR.MR -chiaroscuro-” (2012), collage on paper (artist frame), 20 x 30 cm; (right) Sinta Werner – “Abschattungen VI”, folded paper, 30x21cm