Aspanoa, the association that helps children with cancer and their families in Aragon, has inaugurated this morning the twenty-eighth edition of its Exhibition and sale of contemporary art against childhood cancer.
The exhibition, which will remain open to the public at the Pablo Serrano until April 21, brings together 99 works donated by as many artists and gallery owners. Among them are six Aragon Goya prizes (Pedro Avellaned, Natalio Bayo, Julia Dorado, Rafael Navarro, Teresa Ramón and Juan José Vera) and many other renowned artists such as Esperanza Altuzarra, Eva Armisén, José Manuel Cardiel, José Beulas, David Callau, Aurora Charlo, Ignacio Fortún, Alejandro Monge, Víctor Mira, Pilar Moré, Pilar Urbano and Georges Ward, among many others.
Each of the artists exhibits a work, which is sold for the full benefit of Aspanoa at the price set by the author. On this occasion, prices range from 150 to 6,500 euros.
Accompanied by the president of the Cortes de Aragón, Javier Sada, and the Aragonese Government's Ministers of Culture and Health, Felipe Faci and Sira Repollés, the president of Aspanoa, Gabriel Tirado, stressed that this solidarity exhibition is "vital" for Aspanoa to be able to carry out its work against childhood cancer. "We are thrilled to bring together one more year a hundred artists committed to our cause," he said.