Donate for Japan – Win art work by Berlin-based artists


Blog Entry by Anna Russ – in Berlin; Sunday, April 10, 2011.

100 berlin-based artists have come together for a relief operation supporting the people in Japan, still suffering under the aftermath of the great damage caused by the recent earthquake.

The artists have created art work in reaction to this catastrophic situation. A raffle will be held at the Japanisch-Deutsches-Zentrum on Saturday, April 30 for these original art pieces. 2500 tickets (10 Euros each) will be available to purchase for the chance to win one or more of 100 total artworks. Prize Winners will be announced at this event, which will include live music by Sophia Jaffe, dancing by Ayaka Azechi and Takeshi Nishimoto, and performances.

Keiko Kimoto: Schrittschuhe, 2009 Keiko Kimoto – “Schrittschuhe” (2009), oil pastel acryl on paper, 150 x 185 cm

For further informations and for a look on the pieces for win:
www.aktionfuerjapan.tk

The Raffle will be held at the JAPANISCH-DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM BERLIN
Saturday, April 30, 2011; 1–5 pm
Saargemünder Str. 2 (click here for map)

Keiko kimoto: Eichhornchen, 2008Keiko Kimoto – “Eichhörnchen” (2008), colorpaper on paper, 40 x 40 cm

Keiko Kimoto has donated an art work for the raffle.
To see more of her work: www.kimotokeiko.com
The artwork donated to the auction will be diffrent then the presented images.

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