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noise11.com 05.03.2020
Photographer Roger Ballen Joins Art4Changes Project
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Roger Ballen: -"Simply sitting home will not change the world, acting from home to provide real help – will!"

In the light of COVID-19 Global Pandemic, world-famous photographer Roger Ballen joined forces with Art4Changes (art4changes.com) a charitable project, aimed to raise money for the COVID-19 cure and treatment cause. I think it's useless to present this genius, world famous artist, whose work is in collection on MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), TATE in London, best international auction houses showcase his work, top galleries such as Gagosian represented him as their artist, an artist for whom a museum is being built during his own life 'The Roger Ballen Center for Photographic Arts' in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Ballen is a renown international artist, photographer, a cult figure in the contemporary art world – a founder of his own unique, photographic style 'Ballenesque', which altered the contemporary art history.

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noise11.com 04.27.2020
Art4Changes Welcomes The Work of Robert Graves To The Project
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The Art4Changes team welcomes Robert Graves's family into our charitable project, which aims to raise money for the COVID-19 cure and treatment.

During the COVID-19 global pandemic, Robert Graves's son Tomás and his granddaughter Natalia Farrán Graves have joined forces with Art4Changes, a charitable project aiming to raise money for the COVID-19 cure and treatment.

Art4Changes would like to celebrate the great legacy of Robert Graves through this project. Robert was primarily a love poet, and here at Art4Changes we believe love is a force which can truly save the world.

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galeriemagazine.com 04.10.2020
How to Support the COVID-19 Relief Effort Through Buying Art
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Performance artist David Datuna (who recently caused a stir when he ate Maurizio Cattelan's banana at Art Basel in Miami last December) has launched a global project with his non-profit Art4Changes in response to the pandemic. Every dollar realized from the sale of all of his existing artwork sold during this time will go directly to COVID-19 fundraising efforts. Art4Changes allows the buyer to choose and make a direct donation to either the WHO, the International Red Cross, or the CDC. Artworks by nine creatives including Ultra Violet, Conor Mccreedy, and Roger Ballen are currently available, and artists are encouraged to sign up on the website if they'd like to donate.

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noise11.com 03.31.2020
art4changes Unites The Power of Art To Fight COVID-19 Via The World's Great Artists
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"Simply sitting home in confinement will not change the world, acting from home to provide real help – will!". This is the global message Noise11.com wants to send to the world via art4changes.

The Noise Network's Chief Operating Officer Nick Kontonicolas has committed the support of noise11.com behind art4changes, a New York based arts initiative to involve the world's greatest artists in a positive attack on COVID-19. Mr. Kontonicolas was introduced to art4changes by his Friend and Business Associate, Mr. Givi Topchishvili. Mr. Topchishvili is CEO of We Fund Health www.wefundhealth.com

Mr. Kontonicolas is putting his position in the global arts community via Noise11.com to connect the work of art4changes to the world during this global COVID-19 crisis.
art4changes all began with a late-night phone call. David Datuna, the New York-based artist who ate Maurizio Cattelan's $120K Art Basel Banana titled 'The Comedian', called his close friend and personal director Christina Katrakis. "It's madness in NY city," David Datuna said...

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BroadwayWorld.com 03.30.2020
New York-Based Artist Launches Global Non-Profit, art4changes
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Performance and visual artist, David Datuna, the New York-based artist who ate Maurizio Cattelan's $120K Art Basel Banana titled "The Comedian," is launching a global project with his non-profit Art4Changes in response to the global virus pandemic. Every dollar realized from the sale of all of his existing artwork sold during this time will go directly to virus fundraising efforts. Art4Changes allows the buyer to choose and make a direct donation which organization they want their contributions to go to including: The World Health Organization, International Red Cross and the CDC Foundation.

The artwork purchase process is completely transparent. The buyer chooses the work they want to purchase and chooses one of the above charities. The buyer can even choose the country to which they want to donate in particular...

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ARTnews 03.27.2020
Artist David Datuna Launches Nonprofit Funding Coronavirus Research
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After famously eating Maurizio Cattelan's banana sculpture at the Art Basel Miami Beach fair last December, artist David Datuna has revealed his next project. The New York–based artist will launch a new nonprofit called Art4Changes, through which the sales of artworks by various artists, including his own, will help fund coronavirus-related research. Once an artwork is bought, the buyer has a choice of which organization receives the funds—the World Health Organization, the International Red Cross, or the CDC Foundation.
NY post 03.26.2020
We hear
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That artist David Datuna has launched a new nonprofit, Art4Changes, to help fight the coronavirus.
Page Six 03.26.2020
We hear
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That artist David Datuna has launched a new nonprofit, Art4Changes, to help fight the coronavirus.

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artartworks.com 03.24.2020
David Datuna launching art4changes in response to the coronavirus pandemic
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David Datuna the New York-based artist who ate Maurizio Cattelan's $120K Art Basel Banana is launching a global project with his non-profit Art4Changes in response to the global coronavirus pandemic. Every dollar realized from the sale of all of his existing artwork sold during this time will go directly to COVID-19 fundraising efforts. Art4Changes allows the buyer to choose and make a direct donation which organization they want their contributions to go to including: The World Health Organization, International Red Cross and the CDC Foundation.
ARTFIXdaily.com 03.23.2020
New York-Based Artist Launches Global Non-Profit, art4changes, to Donate Art Sale Proceeds to COVID-19 Research
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art4changes is a charity project, which was founded by David Datuna and Art Marketing School, an online art marketing course from well-known artists, earlier this year that aims to fight global problems. Artists including Roger Ballen, Ultra Violet, William John Kennedy, Anthony Liggins, Conor Mccreedy and David Datuna, are donating their artwork to the cause. Art Marketing School is donating a free art therapy lecture for the cause, listed on the art4changes.com site. Additional supporters that are donating items for sale include: legendary NHL player, Alexander Ovechkin; Swiss watch company, Ernst Benz; Petochi Jewelry House and HOC Perfume Brand. All of the donated artifacts, memorabilia and merchandise are available on the Art4Change site to raise money for the COVID-19 research and treatment...

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