Paris, Italian wins charity lottery and takes home a Picasso


The first prize of the charity lottery “1 Picasso for 100 euros” went to an Italian. The drawing, which took place at the Christie’s auction house in Paris, saw the assignment of a still life by Pablo Picasso from 1921.

The lottery, which is held annually and is now in its second edition, aims to raise funds for humanitarian development projects carried out by non-profit associations around the world. Each ticket costs 100 euros and allows you to participate in the extraction of a work of art by Picasso (in partnership with the Picasso Succession and the Picasso Administration).

The funds raised this year will go towards creating and strengthening access to drinking water and sanitation projects to help the most vulnerable communities in Africa.

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