TWENTY ARTWORKS, together with works by a few of the most iconic names in Indian trendy artwork like Amrita Sher-Gil, M F Husain, F N Souza and Jamini Roy, will likely be up for sale as a part of a live charity auction being performed by the Taj Mahal Palace on December 15. The proceeds will go to the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust, a physique based within the aftermath of the 2008 terror assaults in Mumbai.
The auction is a part of a black-tie charity ball being hosted by the resort as a part of its 115th anniversary celebrations.
The artwork works that may go beneath the hammer have been donated by Delhi-based artwork home DAG. Ashish Anand, the CEO of DAG, stated that every one the works featured within the sale — which has no reserve worth or purchaser’s premium — are by artists who’ve been crucial to the event of Modern Indian artwork. “The highlight is a watercolour by Sher-Gil, done in 1920s. Works by her are scarce and are difficult to come by,” he added.
“The entire proceeds from the sale will go towards Taj Public Service Welfare Trust,” stated Taljinder Singh, space director of Mumbai Hotels and common supervisor of The Taj Mahal Palace.
The belief was based to increase help to the victims of terror, pure disasters, members of the armed forces and different services who reveal bravery within the line of responsibility and their households. The resort can be providing sponsored dinner tables that company should purchase on December 15 and 16, the proceeds from which is able to go in direction of supporting the Tata Medical Centre.