The EJCVC and the Brain Technology Institute (BTI) in collaboration with Catawiki, the leading online auction house, are delighted to announce a Contemporary Art Auction, exclusively curated for the EJCVC.
This online auction will take place from 17- 25 June 2016 through Catawiki.
High quality artworks have been carefully selected for the EJCVC with a focus on Japanese and European artists and will be auctioned during the congress. Details and pictures of all available works in this Catalogue.
By purchasing a work of art you help create a true win-win situation:
- you become the owner of a work of art by a renowned artist;
- you support our research projects since a large % of the proceeds will go to BTI;
- you support the artist since the remainder of the proceeds will directly go to the artist;
- your purchase may be tax-deductible since BTI has the ANBI status.
Please download the Catawiki Auction App so you can place your bid from your phone wherever you are from 17 - 25 June, 8:00 PM.
A large percentage of the proceeds will go to the non-profit organization BTI. Catawiki has very generously waived their sellers' commission for this auction.
Please go ahead and place your bids on your favorite pieces through this link.
Hidenori Mitsue, Monkey and Birds, 2015. Courtesy: Francis Boeske Projects
Tom Blachford, Ship of the Desert - Midnight Modern, 2015. Courtesy: Artitled Contemporary
René Jolink, ZT 23-09–14, 2014 Acrylic, modeling paste, plastic foil, wood, linen 30 x 24 cm
Mayuka Yamamoto, Egg, 2006 Oil on canvas 117 x 80 cm
The Brain Technology Institute is a non-profit organisation and is the only institute worldwide that specifically conducts research and develops devices to treat patients with rare neurovascular diseases: From out-of-the-box thinking to evidence based devices. Dedicated to improve quality of life.
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