SOLIDARITY AUCTION IN FAVOR OF THE VALENCIAN NGO "ONE DAY YES".
20 Valencian artists have intervened wooden fish made by artisans from the town of Lamu, Kenya. Here, my contribution: "You move the water that I breathe".
The Valencian organization One Day Yes creates for the first time its own collection "Samaki" that fuses African and Valencian art and that will go up for auction next November 15 at the La Nau Cultural Center in Valencia. The collection can be seen right now in the center, days before being auctioned, in the charity exhibition that has been set up for a good cause. The exhibition, curated by the art consultancy Carla Alabau (Carla's List Consulting Art), consists of three parts: - The Samaki Collection itself, which has had the collaboration of the Set Espai D'Art and Galeria Thema art galleries; - A solidarity corner with donated works for all tastes and for all pockets of artists such as Michavila, Willy Ramos, Empargrafía, Fanny Galera, Enfero Carulo, Silvia Mercé, Isabel Hidalgo, Araceli Moya, Inés Piqueras, Antonio Andrés Nicolau, among others . - The photo exhibition of the Italian photographer Monia Antonioli, which brings us closer to the reality of the island of Lamu, where the eco-school Twashukuru is located, the place where the Valencian organization One Day Yes https://cadenaser.com/emisora/2019/11/13/radio_valencia/1573652654_048086.html http://www.onedayyes.org/