Creative Art by displaced people telling their stories to the world. Created by 13 refugee artists from Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan. The Artbox Exhibition is a platform for refugee artists to have the opportunity to network, increase their exposure and tell their stories
In collaboration with ArtBox PHM, The People of Asia had paid minimum guarantee for works by the mentioned artists and are now proud to offer the featured works to the highest bidder. In addition to the minimum guarantee that have already been paid by The People of Asia to the artists for each of the featured works, 10% from net selling price of each painting will go towards the artist who created the said work, and the balance to be utilised to fund further programs that benefit the refugee community, as well as the promotion of other social causes undertaken by The People of Asia.
Find your preferred painting to bid on, and input the amount of money you would like to bid for the chosen painting.
The highest bidder will be informed by our team after 8 March 2020.
"At the turn of the 20th century, there were a few million African elephants and about 100,000 Asian elephants. Today, there are an estimated 450,000 - 700,000 African elephants and between 35,000 - 40,000 wild Asian elephants."
"This is a dummy! It cannot enjoy its life because fills its mind with words & reactions of others! Its life is more like of suffering than living! Suffering from what others might say or think of it! Life is in motion around dummy... everything which sorrounds it, is quite green! But dummy's root had been caught off from the green life that awaits it! How similar our lives is!"
"Your ambitions are high as a plateau. Making this painting is my first initiative to promote tourism in Pakistan. Deosai is the world's second-highest alpine plain. Could you imagine the beauty of my land? We might think that Pakistan is underdeveloped country but the elegance, and the dignity that exists in my land, it just attracts everyone's soul."
"Women all over the world always bear a lot of hardships from their community and their surroundings. But despite all the hardships, they continue to live and flourish as they fight vigorously."