ReFlex Auction is a fundraiser conceived in support of incredibly talented artist Alexi Keywan. Keywan has been facing serious health issues over the past two years and her friends and art colleagues have organised this even to raise funds to aid Alexi in her recovery. The art and tattooing communities have come together to show their support, with 150 fabulous works of art donated by prominent Australian and international tattooists and contemporary artists.
The catalogue of works is live here and online bidding has started. Works will be on view Friday 6 April, 9am-5pm, and Saturday 7 April from 5pm.
How To Bid
You can bid either in person, live online or via absentee. We’ve put together a handy How To Bid guide on our Facebook page – also available to download here. We highly recommend registering early and familiarising yourself with the different ways to bid. If you can’t make it down on the night, the auction will be live streamed from the event.
But wait….there’s more! In addition to all the incredible art works up for auction, we are also running a raffle with heaps of fantastic prizes generously donated by local businesses. Tickets for the ReFlex Raffle will be for sale on the night, or get in early and buy some in advance online here. Full details are available on our Facebook and Instagram – take a look at the great range of prizes!
The Auction this Saturday the 7th is shaping up to be an event not to be missed. We have drinks generously provided by Young Henrys, The Midnight Special & The Bearded Tit, Queen of Cups Chai by Psychic Sarah, delicious food by 2 Boys In Saris, the famous watermelon cake by Black Star Pastry, sound and visuals by Luke Coxon & music by DJ HipHopHoe. Hope to see you there!
Event- Saturday 7th April 5pm, auction start time 7pm sharp. Viewing- Friday 6th April 9-5pm, Saturday 7th April from 5pm
The images below are just a few of the donated artworks available to purchase, as well as a selection of Alexi’s own magnificent etchings.
Image at top: Alexi creating works in her Rome studio after winning an artist residency in Italy in 2015.