A charity print sale featuring contributors from 88 artists, including Steve McCurry and Rankin, is raising money for the COVID-19 crisis in India by selling limited edition photography prints.
The Creative Seva India appeal – with "seva" meaning "selfless service" – boasts luminaries such as Lorena Lohr, Himali Singh Soin, Inez and Vinoodh, Mary McCartney, Yelena Yemchuk, Bibi Borthwick, Josh Olins and many more.
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The photographs on offer span all manner of photographic genres, from abstract landscapes and surreal macro to raw reportage and editorial portraiture – such as Ellen Von Unwerth's striking shot of Miley Cyrus.
Each image is limited to just 50 prints, which are being sold for £100 (approximately $141 / AU$183) including shipping to anywhere in the world. The entirety of the proceeds will be divided up equally and donated to three charities working on the ground in India:
Khalsa Aid (which is distributing oxygen concentrators in Delhi), the Hemkunt Foundation (distributing oxygen cylinders around Delhi National Capital Region) and Feeding From Far (which is working with NGO Prayatna to distribute food in Mumbai to those severely affected by the pandemic).
The image sale is taking place on www.creativeseva.com (opens in new tab), and runs until mid June. This is a wonderful opportunity to get some fantastic pieces of photographic art, while helping an incredible cause and a nation that is in dire need of help.