baron_samedi ago

I was looking into them couple time and i stop cause there was too much links. but I notice something they all build schools, I wonder a many kids goes missing around these one compare to others

Themistocles ago

Seems like their Galas and other events also feature artwork by artists known for infatuations with the macabre.

Empire entertainment writes:

"The Happy Hearts Fund, an organization founded by model Petra Nemcova and dedicated to rebuilding sustainable schools in areas devastated by natural disasters, held their annual Land of Dreams event at the Metropolitan Pavilion on November 5th, 2011. This year’s event focused on Haiti and the tremendous need following the devastation of the 2010 earthquake. Empire was engaged to help produce the multi-faceted evening and to transform the Metropolitan Pavilion into an authentic environment that showcased the best of Haiti. On the evening of the event....aised over $1 million dollars in an action packed live auction that exquisite Damien Hirst artwork entitled Mantra that sold for $100,000." (link: )

Here's an excerpt from Wikipedia on Damien Hirst's other work:

"A Thousand Years, one of Hirst's most provocative and engaging works, contains an actual life cycle. Maggots hatch inside a white minimal box, turn into flies, then feed on a bloody, severed cow's head on the floor of a claustrophobic glass vitrine. Above, hatched flies buzz around in the closed space. Many meet a violent end in an insect-o-cutor; others survive to continue the cycle"


Themistocles ago

Also check out the Logo of Prodev, another Happy Hearts affiliate, also funded in part by the Clinton Foundation. It features the now familiar spiral:

derram ago :

An Award for Bill Clinton Came With $500,000 for His Foundation - The New York Times

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