G A L L E R Y 106
are proud to invite you to exhibition devoted to
FUNDRAISING FOR EQUIPPING SENSORY ROOMS
FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN SERBIA
Lifeline UK Humanitarian Organisation will organise fundraising Art Auction for equipping sensory rooms for children with special needs in Serbia. Paintings are donated to HRH Crown Princess Katherine Humanitarian Foundation by famous Serbian painter Mr. Milan Marinkovic Cile.
29 January to 5 February 2017
Private View: Saturday 28 January 2017 from 5:30 to 8:30pm
Gallery Open: Tuesday to Friday 12:30 to 6:30
Saturday and Sunday 2:30 to 5pm (Close on Mondays)
G A L L E R Y 106
106 Dawes Road | London SW6 7EG
Fundraising Auction event with cocktail
6th February 20176 to 8pm
University Women’s Club
2 Audley Square, Mayfair
London W1K 1DB
Tickets : £75
Lifeline Humanitarian Organization
74 Gloucester Place London W1U 6HH
Tel: + 44 20 7493 3715; Fax: + 44 20 7495 1789
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web: www.lifelineaid.org
Charity Registration No. 102 7278
The Lifeline Humanitarian Organisation
Crown Princess Katherine founded Lifeline Humanitarian Organisation United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom and Greece in 1993, with mission to benefit of all those in need, regardless of ethnicity or religion, since she believes that there are no borders in suffering. Several years later, in 2001, HRH Crown Princess Katherine Humanitarian Foundation was founded in Serbia with the same aim to help children, refugees, internally displaced persons and the elderly regardless of ethnicity or religion.
During all these years and through many medical and social projects as well as annual events, HRH Crown Princess Katherine Humanitarian Foundation continuously supports medical institutions of social care system, education institutions by raising awareness among the general population and provides medical trainings and exchange programmes for doctors and medical professionals.
Foundation was founded in Serbia with the same aim to help children, refugees, internally displaced persons and the elderly regardless of ethnicity or religion.
Mr. Cile Marinkovic graduated in 1972 at the Academy of fine arts of Belgrade. With the scholarship of the Yugoslavian government he spent three years in Paris (1977-1980). From 1966 he had over 120 solo exhibitions, and participated to more than 250 collective exhibitions in Yugoslavia, France, Belgium, USA, Italy, Spain, etc.
He won an important number of awards in Serbia and abroad, such as Golden palette of ULUS, Special award of the jury of the 8th international art festival in Cagnes-sur-Mer in France, Great award of the jury of the Autumn Exhibition of ULUS, October’s Award of Belgrade, etc. He is known as one of the greatest artist of the expressionist movement today, in Serbia and abroad. From 1992 he lives and works in Paris, France.
Mr. Cile Marinkovic is a member of the Association of Fine Arts of Serbia (ULUS), the Association «La Maison des Artistes» in France and a member of the Taylor Foundation in Paris. In 2011 he received the award for the Great Contribution to the Art and Culture of the Republic of Serbia.