Dhaka Art Summit 2016
Dhaka Art Summit 2014
A perspective from Saat Saath
Involve artists to paint life size sculptures of the tiger. Pay each of them an honorarium of Rs 30,000.
Sell each tiger to a corporate at Rs 1.5 lakhs each.
Minus the expenses, donate the money to The Ranthambore Foundation.
The final tiger allocation was done through a blind draw audited by Grant Thornton.
Before being handed over to the corporates, each tiger was displayed in public spaces across New Delhi.
In the process, put into place India’s first cohesive public art project.
58 of India’s leading artists participated.
57 tigers were sold to corporates.
1 tiger was gifted to Mrs Sonia Gandhi, Chairperson, Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust.
Rashtrapati Bhavan arranged for all 58 tigers to be displayed through a special 10-day exhibition.
The final draw happened at The Taj Mahal, New Delhi.
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