One... - Lot 62 - Lux-Auction
One of the last lithographs
Edition 4/75, signed by the artist
Size: 46 x 32 cm
Sale information - Charity Auction
Charity Auction Sunday 26.11.2023 at 2pm
On December 10, 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Today, 75 years later, there is little reason to celebrate given the global human rights situation.
ACAT Luxembourg (Action des Chrétiens pour l'Abolition de la Torture) has been committed to human rights since 1985,
in particular for the abolition of torture and the death penalty (article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights).
Since 2021, ACAT has also been more active in human rights education for the younger generation with Young ACAT - Stand up for Human Rights.
ACAT Luxembourg is taking advantage of the 75th anniversary of the UDHR to promote sustainable respect for human rights
through numerous activities and long-term projects, and to intensify its commitment to the victims of human rights violations.
We are proud to be able to offer such a wide range of high-quality works for auction. Our thanks go first and foremost to the artists
artists and donors who have offered works for auction and generously shared the proceeds with us,
their support for the cause of human rights.
We would also like to thank the auctioneer Adrien Denoyelle for his expert guidance and for arranging the auction on favourable terms.
We would also like to thank Open Culture sàrl for its organizational work.
We hope you enjoy reading this catalog with its 75 works to symbolize
We hope you enjoy reading this catalogue, with its 75 works to symbolize our 75th anniversary: you will be able to acquire some magnificent paintings at this auction, knowing that you will be supporting our work in favour of the arts.
our work for human rights.
It remains for me to wish the auction every success.
Christina Fabian-Heidrich, President of ACAT Luxembourg