Buy What You Love, February 2017


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An annual art auction benefit. Collect with your heart.

February 13, 2017

6:30–9:00 PM

Hosted by Lyles & King

106 Forsyth St. At Broome St.

New York, NY 10002

$20 donation suggested at the door.


Buy What You Love is an annual benefit auction that connects buyers to artists, from emerging to established, local to international. All proceeds from the event go directly to Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s three bi-coastal grant programs.

By participating in the event, your support will transform into gifts offered as grants both to emerging artists at a critical juncture in their careers as well as to cancer patients needing financial help to be close to family and loved ones.

The annual auction is a commissioned project of over 200 original works on paper. Each work will be exhibited anonymously, encouraging viewers to buy what they love. Upon purchasing the work, the artist’s name is revealed and their contact information is provided to the buyer.

Presented in reverse-auction format, the exhibition will sell each work of art at a price that drops throughout the evening.

  • 6:30–7:30 pm: $500
  • 7:30–8:15 pm: $250
  • 8:15 pm–end: $125

Whether you may be a seasoned or new collector, artist or supporter, we invite you to join us for an extraordinary evening to discover remarkable art that you can truly fall in love with!

$20 suggested donation at the door. All proceeds from the event go directly to Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s three bi-coastal grant programs. You can sign-up online via eventbrite, donate through paypal, or pay at the door!

Support for Buy What You Love is provided generously by:







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Introducing 196 Orchard, the proud Sponsor of Buy What You Love. 196 Orchard is a selection of design-driven studio-to-four bedroom condominium residences at the gateway to Manhattan’s most dynamic neighborhood, the Lower East Side. The homes are an art-collector’s dream, appointed with distinctive architectural details and a gallery-style lobby by design firm Incorporated




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