Negri Firman PR & Communication è orgogliosa di presentare il progetto benefico Fashion for Tibet organizzato con race Foundation in occasione della mostra Transcending Tibet e l’asta che ci sarà il 9 Aprile 2015.
Per partecipare all’asta online clicca > paddle8.com/auction/ transcendingtibet
L’asta online è partita il 26 Marzo 2015 e chiuderà il 9 Aprile 2015.
Si può partecipare facendo delle offerte per aggiudicarsi dei lavori di 20 artisti della mostra Transcending Tibet, fotografie limited edition, opere d’arte e pezzi unici di una selezione “Fashion for Tibet” che raccoglie 25 fra i più rinomati designer internazionali ispirati dal Tibet. Il ricavato sarà devoluto ad artisti emergenti e al lavoro della fondazione nelle comunità tibetane. L’asta continuerà fino al 9 Aprile 2015 e darà il via all’asta dal vivo hosted in collaborazione con Sotheby’s.
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Negri Firman PR & Communication is proud to announce the charity project Fashion for Tibet organized with Trace Foundation in occasion of the Exhibit Transcending Tibet and the auction that will take place on April 9th.
We’ll be greatful for your support at paddle8.com/auction/ transcendingtibet
ONLINE AUCTION: March 26 – April 9
Bid on select works of 20 artists from the Transcending Tibet exhibition, limited-edition photographs, iconic artwork, and one-of-a-kind Fashion for Tibet pieces from 25 internationally renowned designers inspired by Tibet, a project supported by Negri Firman PR & Communication. Proceeds benefit emerging artists and the Foundation’s work in Tibetan communities. The auction will run through April 9, 2015 and lead up to the live auction hosted in collaboration with Sotheby’s.
March 14–April 12, 2015
Representing thirty emerging and established artists from the Tibetan Plateau and around the world, Transcending Tibet is a landmark exhibit of newly commissioned work. Mining the visual and material history of both Tibet and the modern world – reappropriating iconography, playing boldly with everything from acrylic and oil to mirrors illuminated with LEDs – these artists offer a varied and nuanced look at Tibetan identity and culture today.
Presented at Rogue Space Chelsea 508 W 26th Street, 9E-F New York, NY 10001
Opening Reception Saturday, March 14, 2015 3:00 pm – 8:30 pm Tickets
The exhibition and talks are free and open to the public. Tickets to the auction are available for purchase through email@example.com or by calling 2123677380.
Proceeds benefit the Foundation’s ongoing work with Tibetan communities.
Exhibition viewing hours Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 11am–6pm Thursdays: 12pm–8pm or by appointment
Benchung | Ga Qin Lhamo | Gade | Gonkar Gyatso | Jhamsang | Kesang Lamdark | Livia Liverani | Lois Conner | Losang Gyatso | Marissa Roth | Michela Martello | Mipham Namgyal Rinpoche | Mirella Virgili | Nicholas Vreeland | Nyima Dhondup | Ogyen Trinley Dorje | Pema Bhum | Pempa | Phuntsok Dhumkhang | Phuntsok Tsering | Rabkar Wangchuk | Rima Fujita | Sodhon | Tashi Norbu (Amsterdam) | Tashi Norbu (Lhasa) | Tenzin Norbu | Tenzin Phakmo | Tenzing Rigdol | TseKal | Tserang Dhondup | Tseren Dolma | Tsering Nyandak | Tülku Jamyang