Photo courtesy of ZAKIRA/UNICEF

Deborah Colton Gallery presents Houston Art Auction, a reception and art auction to raise critical funds in support of UNICEF’s work to put children first and provide educational programs for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan.

Funds from the evening will support the No Lost Generation project, a UNICEF-led initiative aimed at getting children affected by years of ongoing conflict Syria back to school in order to provide them with physical safety, psychosocial support, ongoing education, and a sense of continuity in addition to other vital services.

The art auction will feature 33 art pieces from 22 prominent, emerging, and established Syrian, Lebanese, Palestinian, and Iranian artists. Many of these artists are represented by world-renowned galleries such as Ayyam Gallery (Beirut, Dubai, and London), Agial Gallery (Beirut), Idem Paris, and Galerie Nicolas Flamel (Paris).

Deborah Colton Gallery presents Houston Art Auction, a reception and art auction to raise critical funds in support of UNICEF’s work to put children first and provide educational programs for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan.

Funds from the evening will support the No Lost Generation project, a UNICEF-led initiative aimed at getting children affected by years of ongoing conflict Syria back to school in order to provide them with physical safety, psychosocial support, ongoing education, and a sense of continuity in addition to other vital services.

The art auction will feature 33 art pieces from 22 prominent, emerging, and established Syrian, Lebanese, Palestinian, and Iranian artists. Many of these artists are represented by world-renowned galleries such as Ayyam Gallery (Beirut, Dubai, and London), Agial Gallery (Beirut), Idem Paris, and Galerie Nicolas Flamel (Paris).

Deborah Colton Gallery presents Houston Art Auction, a reception and art auction to raise critical funds in support of UNICEF’s work to put children first and provide educational programs for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan.

Funds from the evening will support the No Lost Generation project, a UNICEF-led initiative aimed at getting children affected by years of ongoing conflict Syria back to school in order to provide them with physical safety, psychosocial support, ongoing education, and a sense of continuity in addition to other vital services.

The art auction will feature 33 art pieces from 22 prominent, emerging, and established Syrian, Lebanese, Palestinian, and Iranian artists. Many of these artists are represented by world-renowned galleries such as Ayyam Gallery (Beirut, Dubai, and London), Agial Gallery (Beirut), Idem Paris, and Galerie Nicolas Flamel (Paris).

WHEN

WHERE

Deborah Colton Gallery
2445 North Blvd.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.deborahcoltongallery.com/

TICKET INFO

$175-$1500
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