Benefit 2017 Silent Auction now live on Paddle8
Tuesday, March 07 2017
With our third annual benefit BUILDING DIALOGUE just two weeks away, we are excited to launch our silent art auction on Paddle 8. The auction will include 30 works from a diverse range of artists and styles. The art works will be on view at the Andrew Freedman home on March 21, but thanks to Paddle8, you can bid online or on your phone.
Register with Paddle8 -- In addition to bidding, you can also monitor your desired artwork on Paddle8 in real-time during the event. After you place a bid, you will receive an email notification of your current bidding status or you can download the Paddle8 app.
While it may be hard to choose a favorite, there is one piece that has an extra special story behind it, Headstart (Morning), 2012, created by Bronx artist John Ahearn for our landmark exhibition “This Side of Paradise.” Ahearn collaborated with the children at the local Headstart program, housed in the ground floor of the Andrew Freedman Home, and The Bronx Children´s Museum. He combined plaster casts of the children’s hands to create a circular sculpture that represents the community within the building. Don’t miss out on this unique chance to own a beautiful
sculpture deeply engrained to the history of No Longer Empty, the Andrew
Freedman Home, and the children of the Bronx.
Participating artists include:
Sol Aramendi / John Ahearn / Raul Ayala / Rita Barros / Erica Baum
Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani / Deborah Brown / Melissa Calderón / Crash
Linda Cunningham / Sue Coe / Chris Daze Ellis Derek Fordjour
Kyle Goen & Dread Scott / Erika Harrsch / JR X Art Spiegelman
Cary Leibowitz / So Yoon Lym / Loren Madsen / Odathrowback
José Parlá / Antonia A. Perez / Dan Perjovschi / Cheryl Pope
Jean Shin / Gabriel J. Shuldiner / Kimsooja / LOT-EK
Juana Valdes / Margaret Rose Vendryes / Jody Wood
All proceeds support No Longer Empty's efforts to create new platforms for
discussion, exchange, and understanding through site-responsive and community-
centered art exhibitions that activate vacant spaces throughout New York City.