Upcoming art auctions all in a good cause

Works by cutting edge contemporary artists will go under the hammer in coming weeks

This painting by Atsushi Kaga is among the works to go under the hammer at the Pallas Auction on May 2nd.

This painting by Atsushi Kaga is among the works to go under the hammer at the Pallas Auction on May 2nd.

 

Art auctions are a fun and exciting way to start or grow a collection. Two forthcoming events are in good causes too. The SCOOP Art Auction is raising funds to build a maternity clinic in Syria. One hundred works by leading artists are on view at the Powerscourt Townhouse and Copperhouse Gallery, with the auction on April 28th. See scoopfoundation.org.

Among the works to be auctioned at the SCOOP Art Auction on April 28th is this painting by Irish-Italian artist David Uda (Duda), who now lives and works between Dublin and New York.
Among the works to be auctioned at the SCOOP Art Auction on April 28th is this painting by Irish-Italian artist David Uda (Duda), who now lives and works between Dublin and New York.

Meanwhile, the Pallas Auction, in association with Whyte’s, again features work by a roll call of more than 70 cutting edge contemporary artists in “a NYC-style fundraising auction”. Supporting the not-for-profit artist’s studios, the gala auction of painting, print, photography and sculpture is on May 2nd, with viewing from April 30th. pallasprojects.org.

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