Pan American Art Projects announces their ARGENTINE ART AUCTION, a charity sale to support Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) with a donation of 25% of the sales.


The event will start running online on on February 9 culminating with the Online Live Auction on Sunday, February 21. Bids can be entered at any time (together with secret maximum bids) from February 9 but will not become final until the Live Auction.


Their catalog of works includes important names of Argentine art masters, such as León Ferrari, Enio Iommi, Santiago Porter, Oscar Bony, Graciela Sacco, Hernán Dompé, Carlos Gallardo, among several others. Their Viewing Room will be launched on Wednesday, February 3rd, where the public can find a curated selection of highlights from the sale.

AMIA is a non-profit organization founded more than 125 years ago and dedicated to strengthening Jewish life in Argentina, also working for the well-being of society as a whole. It develops social, educational and cultural projects that benefit thousands of people and, in these times of crisis, concentrates its work of solidarity on families, children and the elderly who are in vulnerable situations.


The Pan American Art Projects gallery team will be available to help by phone if bidders require assistance placing bids on the site. Their gallery is also open for in-person consults (Tue - Sat 11 to 5): all works, and Argentine art books, in the auction can be seen in person at the gallery, following the government safety rules for Covid-19.

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. They 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. Their programming reflects these complementary arenas providing a comprehensive historical context for contemporary tendencies in the visual arts from these regions