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 A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
 
November 9, 2004 

Support the High Line at FHL's Art Auction:
Thursday, November 18, 2004


On Thursday, November 18, at 7:30pm, the auction house Phillips, de Pury & Company will hold a major contemporary art auction to benefit Friends of the High Line. Three days of public viewings have been scheduled for the 49 lots, which include contemporary art in all media, curated by Edsel Williams.

Public Viewings:
Tuesday – Thursday, November 16-18, 10:00am – 5:00pm

Auction:
Thursday, November 18, 7:30pm

Location:
Phillips, de Pury & Company
450 West 15th Street (near 10th Avenue)

All works for sale and auction details can be viewed online.

To register to bid at the auction, to place an absentee bid, to request a catalogue, or to reserve a seat, please contact FHL's development director, Juliet Page: juliet@thehighline.org; (212) 206-9922.

We extend our thanks to the artists and galleries who donated such exciting works, making this auction possible.

A few highlights:
 
 

George Perkins, Dreams of Being a Tropicana Dancer, 1999
c-print mounted on syntra
view details

 
 

Abelardo Morell, Man Walking Underneath the High Line, N.Y.C., 2003
gelatin silver print
view details

 
 

Daniel Arsham, The Academy Got Lost and Found Itself Floating on the Sea, Affecting Salination Levels in the North Atlantic, 2004
gouache on mylar
view details

 
 

Harland Miller, Too Cool to Die, 2002
watercolor and pencil on paper
view details

To register to bid at the auction, to place an absentee bid, to request a catalogue, or to reserve a seat, please contact FHL's development director, Juliet Page: juliet@thehighline.org; (212) 206-9922.


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Please Note: The High Line is currently private property, owned by CSX Transportation, and managed by CSX and the City. At this time, the site is not open to the public, and trespassers will be subject to prosecution.




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CONTACT INFORMATION


430 West 14th Street, Suite 304
New York, NY 10014
(212) 206-9922
(212) 206-9118 fax
info@thehighline.org
http://www.thehighline.org