Charity Online Auction for Humanism
18 February - 18 April 2021
The Covid-19 outbreak has spread throughout the world, and everyone is still struggling to survive until today. From this we can see that every human being is fighting against the same enemy. Is it would be better if we helped each other for humanity?
This time MASTERPIECE with Sembilan Kita and Goes Noeg (the artist) collaborating to save humanity by held Charity Online Auction from 18 February to 18 April 2021. No buyers premium charged on this auction. And all proceeds from this charity auction will be fully used to help all parties most affected by Covid-19.
With the success of this auction, it is hoped that it can help alleviate many parties.
This is Closed Auction, if you want to participate in this auction please contact our marketing team:
Renny Tan (+65) 9731 7663
Kevin (+62) 815 8457 6431
Nur (+62) 859 5961 3573
Christian (+62) 817 9972 929
Apart from China and Japan, calligraphy is also known in the world of Islamic art. Islamic calligraphy is adapted from verses from the Al-Quran or hadiths which are then painted in such a way that it has high artistic and aesthetic value. Given the high level of difficulty, not everyone is able to produce calligraphy paintings. One of Indonesia’s most qualified calligraphy painters is Goes Noeg.
On 6-9 July 2006, he participated in the Islam Expo which was held at Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, London, England. This 1984 graduate of the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Fine Arts Department can only bring some of his calligraphy works to be exhibited. Even he presented on of his paintings for auction by the Khaleefah Society (KS) Ltd Foundation in raising funds to be used for earthquake victims in South Asia, especially in the Khasmir area.
His calligraphy paintings have even become a collection of a number of important figures. For example, President HM Soeharto, BJ Habibie, H Abdurrahman Wahid, Megawati Soekarnoputri, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, and King Fahd and his two sons, Prince Sultan and Prince Abdullah from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
International collectors from various countries such as France, Germany, Japan, Kuwait, Tanzania, Australia, Singapore, Jordan and Uzbhekistan also did not want to be left behind in collecting Goes Noeg’s works. His work is also displayed in various galleries, such as Art Asia Gallery in North Switzerland and University College London. Goes Noeg’s calligraphy paintings can also be found at the Jeddah Islamic Development Bank, Mahathir Malaysia’s cabinet office and even to Cape Town, South Africa.