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Dotmaster - Pass on the flame - ar for charity

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Dotmaster - Pass on the flame - ar for charity

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In aid of Abury

Part of the proceeds from this auction will go to Abury.

About Abury

The ABURY Foundation focuses its work on creating the basis for opportunities. This includes educational establishment and the formation of different projects supporting community development, children’s education and women empowerment. Their main, goal to create opportunities for all, is translated into action by working with people and not for people.

Street-Art Berberbag

Dimensions approx. 28cm x 25cm x 4cm

PASS ON THE FLAME’ is an art charity project that focuses on preservation of culture and heritage through creativity. By engaging contemporary artists with a token of the past from another country it asks for their reflection on their own identity.

Eight international leading contemprary artists have joined this initiative founded by the ABURY Foundation where Moroccan Berberbags become canvases for a new works of art. The "PASS ON THE FLAME" art pieces will be auctioned with all proceeds going to support the ABURY Foundation Literacy School in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.


Dotmaster

The Dotmaster started painting on the streets of Brighton in the early '90s. He takes a sideways look at populist media with a typically English sense of humour. His street art and studio work is impeccably detailed – halftone, stark black and white contrast with photo­real stencils that create illusions and dialogues that catch the eye. In 2008 he was invited to take part in the iconic Waterloo 'Cans Festival' organised by Banksy. He also featured in the Oscar­nominated 'Exit Through the Gift Shop' in 2010. Dotmaster paints annually at Glastonbury and has recently worked on the set of 'Tomorrow' a Martin Scorsese movie shot in London in 2014.

This Berber Bag is being exhibited as part of this year's Marakesh Biennale and will be ready for shipping on the 20th of May 2016. We thank you for your understanding.

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Reviews given: 2
Member since: April 12, 2016
  • Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.
    Jammer dat de tas beschadigd is waar t hengsel aan de tas is bevestigd, ik weet nog niet of t genaakt kan worden
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    Monster666 June 20, 2016

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