The CHILD, which was painted by the artist Laure Hatchuel-Becker, was dedicated to the AMADE's programme "Dignity for Women".
Monaco, 26 June 2018
Artist Laure Hatchuel-Becker dedicates one of her artworks to AMADE
Laure Hatchuel-Becker is a painter and resides in the Principality of Monaco. She wished to commit to AMADE programme "Dignity for Women" by dedicating to the association one of her artworks, CHILD, which is a tribute to the German painter Paul Klee.
Laure Hatchuel-Becker, who is an international artist, was particularly enticed by the ancient technique of Aboriginal art. After her trips to Australia and her initiatory exchanges with its aboriginal communities, she has been developing for 20 years a unique technique of 3D oil painting: pics of colors laid one by one on the canvas.
The painting CHILD was exhibited in the Principality at the headquarters of CFM Indosuez, which is also a partner of AMADE, and sold in Singapore by the Art Porters Gallery.
This sale will allow a Burundian orphan girl, who is particularly distinguished for her excellent primary school results, to continue her studies at the secondary school. Next September, this young girl will join the Matana School in Burundi, which currently hosts nearly 240 students and is supported by AMADE. Thanks to Laure's donation, she will be fully supported during her 3 years at the secondary school (tuition, full boarding, school supplies, books, health insurance).
The AMADE programme "Dignity for Women" aims to promote access to intimate hygiene for girls in refugee camps as well as in internally displaced people camps, to fight against sexual abuse and to promote access to secondary education.
For more information about the programme, please visit our website.