Chennai Photo Biennale Organises a Print Sale For COVID-19 Relief


Photograph/Harsha Vadlamani

With the support of artists from across the world, the CPB Foundation has launched a print sale called PhotoSolidarity. It is to raise funds to support organisations working on the ground for covid relief. All profits from the sale will be donated to Khalsa Aid India and Protsahan India Foundation, two organisations doing commendable work towards providing essential supplies and medical kits, and child care during the covid crisis. The sale will be live till 15 June 2021.

The print sale has raised over Rs. 10,00,000 since the launch. However, their aim is to reach Rs. 15,00,000. The photographs are by renowned artists, including Arko Datto, Hari Katragadda and Shweta Upadhyay, Anurag Banerjee, Chirodeep Chaudhuri, Smita Sharma, and Dinesh Khanna, amongst others.

Each photograph will be available in two sizes in editions of three each size. This is a special edition (not limited edition) for Photosolidarity and as such will only be available during the sale period. Artists are free to sell images in other forms in open editions or other editions of any sizes. All photographs will be printed on Epson large-format printers with Epson K2 Archival Inks on Epson Archival Paper. Photos will be printed on-demand at the end of the sale period, basis orders secured. International shipping available.

All artist’s works are available to purchase on

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