“FEELING GOOD” EXHIBIT WITH INDIRA CESARINE @ GETTY GALLERY FOR DAVID LYNCH FOUNDATION
Out of Context together with the David Lynch Foundation & Getty Images Gallery presented “Feeling Good” benefit exhibitfrom 10 – 19 October 2013, a collection of “images taken by people in the public eye on the theme of something that simply makes them feel good.” Two images by Indira Cesarine were featured in the exhibit, amongst many others who donated their works for the cause.
The exhibition took place at Getty Images Gallery in central London, and opened during Frieze Art Week with a generous turnout. The project’s aim is to raise awareness of positive approaches to mental health. Profits from the print sales of the exhibition go to The David Lynch Foundation UK to continue their unique approach to transform lives from within using stress-reducing programmes, such as Transcendental Meditation (TM), which is proven to promote creativity and energy, improve health and happiness, and to develop self esteem, inner peace and positivity. The Foundation is working with the most challenged people in society to transform the quality of their lives and their prospects, including the homeless, prisoners, vulnerable youths, and the many thousands of war veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The iconic filmmaker David Lynch established the Foundation in 2005 in the USA and in 2012 in the UK, to help people of all ages and all walks of life to overcome stress, suffering and hardship, and to unfold the full potential of their lives.
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