“Art for food”
Fundraising to support namibian women
MAY 2020 “It doesn’t matter where you are, it depends on what you do where you are”
Two thousand local women, gathered in small working groups, are involved in the production process of Marula Oil in the North of Namibia.
Due to the global COVID-19 crisis, these women and their families are suffering from lack of incomes. For them, the real danger is hunger.
AURUM Africa partners are offering paintings by listed African artists to provide food. All the proceeds of the action will be sent to Mrs Ulla Shilumbo, our contact person in Namibia.
Ulla will buy basic foodstuff (rice, flour, millet, sugar, beans…) and will distribute it among the most disadvantaged and needy families.
Artist: RASHID JOGEE
Rashid Jogee is an abstract painter from Zimbabwe and is currently considered one of the most important living African artist. He exhibited his works in Zimbabwe, Kenia, Germany, England and Holland. In 2013 he represented Zimbabwe at the 55th Venice Biennale.
Estimated value of the artwork: € 200,00
Starting price: € 90,00
Tafadzwa Gwetai is a Zimbabwean visual artist, painter and sculptor. He has participated in various local and international exhibitions in Australia, Germany and South Africa. In 2015 he was Assistant Curator in the Zimbabwe Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale.
Estimated value of the artwork: € 800,00
Starting price: € 190,00
MAY 18th: LATEST OFFER € 250,00
Painting 3/4 – Collographic monotypes on cardboard (cm 9×7 each)
Artist: DUMISANI NDLOVU
Dumisani Ndlovu is a resident artist at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo. Most of his works are performed with the collographic technique. He exhibited his works in Finland, Germany, the United States, and Denmark.
Estimated value of the artwork: € 30,00 (each)
Starting price: € 40,00 (the couple)
MAY 15th: LATEST OFFER € 70,00
Painting 5/6 – Oil on cardboard (cm9x7 each)
Artist: THEMBELIHLE ADAMS
Thembelihle (Tembie) Adams is a young emerging painter who has her studio as a resident artist at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo.