Published: November 2, 2012
UPDATED: 8:29 am, 11-6-12
Hurricane Sandy’s powerful blow to the East Coast temporarily closed dozens of art galleries in New York City and New Jersey and cancelled several antiques shows over the November 3-4 weekend and several auctions. Other impacted events are as follows:
Still without eletricity, phone or Internet service, Posters Auctions International has postponed its November 11 auction A rescheduled date will be announced next week.
Millea Bros. has postoned its November 17-18 auctions to December 15-16.
Heritage Auctions has postponed its “Women at the Podiium” panel discussion in New York City from November 5 to November 12 at Duane Morris, LLP, 1540 Broadway.
Phillip Weiss Auctions in Oceanside, N.Y., announced it has postponed its November auctions, slated for November 15, 17 and 29. “After nearly 30 years of consecutive auctions, through all sorts of situations and weather, and never canceling one, we regret to postpone our November auctions for a date to be announced.”
The Northport Historical Society Antiques Show , managed by Pekale Shows, was rescheduled from November 4 to Sunday, December 2.
Sotheby’s has postponed its Impressionist & Modern Art auction from Monday, November 5, to Thursday, November 8.
Swann Galleries postponed its October 31 auction of Old Master Through Modern Prints to Tuesday, November 6.
Lehigh Valley Arts Council benefit art auction moved from November 4 to Sunday, November 11, at the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley.
If there are other antiques/auctions-related closings not reported here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-426-3141 so we may update this listing.
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