Own a Picasso for 100 euros!

Own a Picasso for 100 euros! - A charitable organization is offering a work of art from the Spanish master Picasso as part of a charity lottery. For 100 euros you could walk away with a Picasso. The association proposes through a lottery, that will be used to finance a charitable project in Africa, a still life of 1921 by Pablo Picasso.

200,000 tickets will be sold for 100 euros. The painting valued at 1 million euros is entitled “Nature morte”. The organisation hopes to raise 20 million of which one million will be paid to the owner of the painting David Nahmad and the rest will be used to finance a project of the NGO care in Africa helping some 200,000 people in 150 communities in Cameroon, Madasgar and Morocco to access safe drinking water and sanitation.  The draw will take place in Paris on January 6, 2020. Tickets are on sale on the internet.

 

Last local news

Evening Update Wednesday 20 October 2021

Figures have been released for hospitalizations from Covid-19 in the Var. As of yesterday, 19 October, there were 31 patients hospitalised, which is 4... Evening Update Wednesday 20 October 2021 Read More

20/10/2021

Lunchtime News Wednesday 20th October 2021

A bouncer of the well-known night club in Old Nice the Blue Whales, has been saved by his bulletproof vest. ... Lunchtime News Wednesday 20th October 2021 Read More

20/10/2021

French and Riviera News Wednesday 20th October 2021

A family in Cannes have been victims of a violent home-jacking. On Sunday evening two armed and hooded men entered their home. After assaulting the fa... French and Riviera News Wednesday 20th October 2021 Read More

20/10/2021

Evening Update Tuesday 19 October 2021

A court in Paris has issued a warrant compelling former president Nicolas Sarkosy to testify at a hearing. He will be obliged to attend the court as a... Evening Update Tuesday 19 October 2021 Read More

19/10/2021

Lunchtime News Tuesday 19th October 2021

A motorist has died in a road accident on the Moyenne Corniche this morning, Tuesday 19th October. Despite the intervention of witnesses, the driver d... Lunchtime News Tuesday 19th October 2021 Read More

19/10/2021