In Kiev for auction pictures of children with cancer

November 26 in Kiev in the Ukraine's first Diamond Ball The Glam Classic Fair held a charity auction of paintings that were painted with cancer children with Ukrainian artists.

A group of artists led by sculptor Oleg Pinchuk, it included just Rafalski Olga, Olga Kondratska, Kate Cold, Elena Vlasyuk and Artem Shevchenko.

Young artists, aged from one to sixteen years with the help of bright colors described on paper and canvas of his dreams and fantasies about their favorite fairy tales and characters of close people, activities, distant countries, where they want to go, and many other exciting baby showers things of Korrespondent.net auction organizers said.

The proceeds from the sale of these paintings will be used to purchase a new device for cell separation Spectra Optia worth 1.2 million — 1.3 million USD and a basic set of supplies to him (200,000 -250,000 USD optional) for the Children's Onco-Hematology Center OKHMATDET.

As emphasized by the organizers of the project, the device is essential to ensure the full cycle of processing blood stem cell donor for subsequent transplantation of the patient. Previously, performing such operations in Ukraine was not possible, despite the fact that they need each year dozens of children suffering from leukemia and lymphoma.

Charity art event — a joint initiative of the organizers Diamond Ball The Glam Classic Fair — Foundation of modern life CULTURE XXI International Charity and Development Foundation and the support of science, culture and sport Constellation.

Auction of children's art in the Diamond Ball The Glam Classic Fair will be held in camera. At the auction, only invited guests, including many of the most influential people of Ukraine — politicians, diplomats, businessmen, famous artists, art and sports.

Recall that for the first time on November 26 in Kiev in the National Philharmonic of Ukraine held the Diamond Ball The Glam Classic Fair. Such methods are in Monte Carlo, Nice, St Tropez and Miami, and now in the Ukrainian capital.

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