FAQ

Q: I'm doing research on Agustin Fernandez. Does the Foundation have an archive

that I can use? 

A: The Foundation does maintain an archive that curators and scholars can consult. Please contact the foundation for more information.

 

Q: I'd like to reproduce work by Agustin Fernandez as illustrations in a book or article that I'm writing. Can you tell me how I can get permission to do this?

The Agustin Fernandez holds the copyright to all Agustin Fernandez artworks, regardless of who owns the specific works of art. Anyone wishing to reproduce Fernandez’s work must obtain permission form the Foundation. 

 

Q: I own art work by Agustin Fernandez. Can you tell me how much it is worth? What are the current selling prices of Fernandez’s art works?

The Agustin Fernandez Foundation does not appraise Fernandez’s artwork.

 

Q: I would like to have my Fernandez work authenticated. Does the Foundation do this?

The Agustin Fernandez Foundation is currently reviewing its policy for issuing certificates of authenticity. Please visit our website again for forthcoming details.

 

Q: Is there a catalogue raisonne of Fernandez’ work?

Although there is an extensive body of work written about Fernandez (for details go to the bibliography section of this site), a catalogue raissonne is not yet available.  However, the Foundation is currently in the midst of gathering information for the publication of such a catalogue.  Owners of works attributed to Fernandez are strongly encouraged to contact the Agustin Fernandez Foundation to assure that their works are considered for inclusion in this comprehensive catalogue. (for details please go to the catalogue section of this site)

 

Q:  I have photographs, documents, and/or other archival materials about Fernandez. Would the Foundation be interested in obtaining a copy? 

The Foundation will gladly accept donations (copies or originals) to its archive of correspondence, professional papers, records, exhibition related materials, books, press clippings, articles, photographs, videos and audio recordings that pertain to Fernandez’s life and work. 


Q: Does Fernandez have work in museums or other public collections?

Fernandez has work in close to 30 museums around the world (for a detailed list please see collections section of this site)

 

Q: Does the Foundation accept donations?

The Agustin Fernandez Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that accepts tax deductible donations made to support its efforts. If you would like to support  the Agustin Fernandez Foundation, please mail your contact information and donation check to: The Agustin Fernandez Foundation, 157 East 37th Street, New York, NY 10016.


 

May 5-7, 2017

 

 

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