Билли Айлиш и Карди Би создали картины в поддержку темнокожих женщин

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Певицы Билли Айлиш и Карди Би, актер Джим Керри, художники Дэвид Хокни, Рашид Джонсон и Джордж Кондо присоединились к благотворительному аукциону Show Me The Signs («Покажи мне знаки»).

В аукционе приняли участие сотни художников и представителей различных креативных индустрий. Они создали картины для благотворительного аукциона, средства из него пойдут на поддержку родных и близких темнокожих женщин.

Кроме аукциона, также будет проведена инициатива #SayHerName, она направлена ​​на реформацию закона в общинах по всей территории США по гендерной и расовой равенства.

 

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Nancy Rubins, Drawing for Breonna, 2020 “Drawing for Breonna” is intended to help honor and remember all people who have suffered actions of bigotry and intolerance, and a call to remain committed for this ongoing work to better our community. (NR) #showmethesigns exhibition and benefit auction with 💯of the proceeds going directly to @aapolicyforum #SayHerName campaign. @nancyrubinsstudio @blumandpoe @artfizz #artfizz #nancyrubins #blumandpoe

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Аукцион будет проходить с 10 ноября. Стоимость лотов колеблется от $1 до 20 тысяч.

 

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Stems Gallery would like to congratulate all the artists who made a protest sign to be part of the #ShowmetheSigns exhibition and benefit auction. 100% of the proceeds going to the @aapolicyforum #SayHerName campaign. The exhibition opens @blumandpoe LA ‪today and and runs through November 14th. All works go live for auction on the 21st. You can view and bid online @artfizz more info below Show me the signs Over 100 artists have come together for the “Show Me the Signs” exhibition to directly help the families of Black women killed by the police, a systemic problem that has been glossed over in the United States for far too long. These artists have created powerful pieces in the form of protest signs to fight for change. All of the artists have donated their signs to be auctioned, with 100% of the proceeds going to the African American Policy Forum’s (AAPF) #SayHerName Mothers Network. Founded by AAPF in December 2014, the #SayHerName campaign works with the mothers and families of Black women, girls, and femmes killed by police to elevate their stories and fight for justice. “Black women and girls do not fit the most accessible frames of anti-Black police violence, and because of that, it’s difficult to tell their stories in a way that people recognize and remember. By working with the families of slain Black women, AAPF’s #SayHerName campaign resists Black women’s invisibility by telling their stories.” Dr. Kimberlé Crenshaw, AAPF co-founder, and founder of #SayHerName.

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