Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid signed the billboard "The Road to the Journey of Humanity"

Pictures from the global artistic charity auction in Dubai


The global artistic charity auction organized by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives in cooperation with Mobi International Auctions and its proceeds to support the 100 million meals campaign, achieved the largest campaign in the region to feed food in 30 countries in four continents during the holy month of Ramadan, 36.673 million dirhams recorded by the exhibits The auction is for rare artworks by renowned artists and personal items from world leaders.

The charitable art auction, which was held in Dubai on Saturday evening, was a qualitative addition to the efforts of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's global initiatives in expanding the circle of charitable and humanitarian work, which opens the door to participation for all from various economic, social or cultural circles and from all over the world, embodying the values ​​of human solidarity. For which the UAE has established a sustainable approach in its various humanitarian and relief initiatives.

The charity art auction was attended by Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of the Culture and Arts Authority in Dubai (Dubai Culture), and international celebrities and artists participated in the 100 million meal auction event such as Sasha Jefri, owner of the largest painting "The Journey of Humanity". the world.

The charity art auction was attended by a group of pioneers of humanitarian and charitable work in the UAE and the world, as well as cultural and artistic figures who support humanitarian and charitable initiatives, in practical support for the efforts of the 100 Million Meals Campaign aimed at feeding food to the needy and providing food support to those in need in 30 countries around the world.

The charity art auction featured figures from the global artistic community and business sectors such as Florian Picasso, grandson of the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, Vikram Shroff, CEO of UBL, entrepreneur Sima Fide, founder and chairperson of the apparel group, and beauty blogger and expert. Mona Kattan, Marjorie Harvey, wife of international broadcaster Steve Harvey, and German tennis player Boris Franz Becker.

The auction segments were presented by British radio and television presenter Johnny Gould, owner of the "Sun Rise" program on Sky News, and sports news anchor on "BBC 2", in which the journalist Tom Earckhart, owner of the weekly "The Grill" program spoke on Radio Dubai Eye.

The artistic charity auction also witnessed a live performance by the British artist Sasha Jefri, the owner of the world's largest painting on canvas entitled (The Journey of Humanity), registered in the Guinness World Records, and which he completed in Dubai over a period of eight months during the Corona pandemic, and sold for $ 62 million in Last March, the proceeds went to support international charitable organizations such as "UNICEF" and "Dubai Cares".

During the charity auction, Sasha Jefri called on both tennis player and coach Boris Becker, Marjorie Harvey, wife of international presenter Steve Harvey and his partner in many charitable works, and British boxer Amir Khan, to place their hand marks on the sign "New Hope .. A Child's Prayer." ".

The charity art auction displayed an oil painting by artist Sasha Jefri of five meters by two and a half meters, which he had completed earlier and formed the roadmap for his larger painting "The Journey of Humanity" that he accomplished in Dubai.

Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum signed the painting "The Road to the Journey of Humanity" by Sasha Jefri for the charity auction, while the grandson of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, Florian Picasso, put his handprint on the painting during the public auction.

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