Tribute to Beirut: Charity sale for the benefit of young artists from Lebanon and the IMA museum

The Claude and France Lemand Fund and the Ader study are organizing, Friday May 28 in Paris, a charity and solidarity sale of 200 works on paper, for the benefit of the Museum of the Arab World Institute (IMA) and young artists of Lebanon and diasporas, whose work they follow and support.

Health crisis, economic collapse of the Land of the Cedar, explosion of the port of Beirut on August 4, 2020, this charity sale will be an opportunity for artists and collectors Claude and France Lemand to express their solidarity with the Lebanese people and with the world arts and culture, deeply damaged by such an accumulation of hardships, says the IMA.

It is also an opportunity to support its admirable united and creative youth and to bear witness to the luminous face of another Lebanon, a melting pot of civilizations and cultures scattered across the countries of the planet, adds the Institute.

On this occasion, it is still underlined, the boss of the IMA, Jack Lang, and Claude Lemand, wanted to salute “the creativity and the generosity of the artists and collectors who have offered us or who have entrusted us with their works. and to thank from the bottom of my heart the study Ader, who agreed to organize this sale and to donate to the IMA all the buyers’ costs, to allow its Museum to acquire works by young artists from Lebanon and continue to enrich its collection of modern and contemporary art ”.



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