Philanthropist

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Art for Charity

Art with a Heart Preview & Auction 2013
-In benefit of Catalysts for Social Action
Artwork - CSA

ITA for ‘Beti’ – The girl child
Bina painting live for ‘Beti’..on 21st October 2012..along with a fashion walk by Television artists for ITA

SEC:
Society for the Education of Crippled. Help raised funds for the SEC with an art exhibition in Cache Art Gallery,Bandra

Deeds:
An Art event was organized for NGO – Deeds


Affair of Heart

AN AF-FAIR TO REMEMBER
Three dedicated women – Zeba Kohli, Geetu Hinduja and Bina Aziz – join forces for a social cause in A Fair Of The Heart

The three women – each individually defined by their distinct personalities – have always been moved by the plight of the needy and underprivileged. Bina admits to being touched by Kahlil Gibran’s saying, “It is in exchanging the gifts of the earth that you shall find abundance and be satisfied”.


Charity for Cancer-CPAA

Reaching the Stars-9th Jan 2010
Curated the Art Exhibition for the Cancer Patients Aid Association.

Venue-Hotel Taj-Crystal Room

Participating artists-Arzan Khambatta, Sanjeev Sonpimpare, Karl Antao, Sunil Padwal, Yusuf Arakkal, Pratul Dash, Rajendra Kapse and Julius Mcwan

Shaina NC Cancer Patients Aid Association – Event for Cancer Awareness

Bina organised and curated the Art cum fashion show for the CPAA at the Hotel Taj
An art auction will add more colour to the evening. Eight artists have created works on the theme ‘game’, which will be auctioned for funds for the CPAA. “Since the focus of this event is children, I thought the ‘game’ theme would be appropriate,” says curator-cum-artist Bina Aziz of Tradition Art Gallery. Aptly titled ‘Not Just Child’s Play’ the exhibition features works by Arzan Khambatta, Julius Macwan, Sanjeev Sonpimpare, Sunil Padwal, Karl Antao, Pratul Dash, Yusuf Arakkal and Rajendra Kapse. “Literally and metaphorically, both creating an art work and battling cancer are definitely not child’s play,” says Bina, continuing, ‘The paintings will at the same time inspire you to face life’s challenges with greater determination and transport you into a world of fantasy, unfolding the child within. The essence of these paintings and the event itself is to show that with a strong mind and will power, nothing is impossible.”

Arzan’s sculpture ‘Snakes & Ladders’ is a direct representation of human life, replete with its ups (ladders) and downs (snakes); Julius’s ‘The Inside and the Outside’ is based on the image of the tarot card ‘The Star’; Karl’s work ‘Mother’s Unseen Love’ is a dedication to his mother who had cancer; Sunil’s ‘Pawn of the Pawn Structure’ is a metaphor for human beings, that all of us are ultimately pawns in a larger structure while Sanjeev’s ‘Way Through the Mangrove Leftovers’ is a philosophical work about life’s journey. Yusuf’s ‘Card Player’, Dash’s ‘Signifier/Signified’ and Kapse’s ‘Secret Game’ are eye-catching and enlightening too. Fashion meets art meets charity… the perfect blend for a perfect evening!


Make a Wish Foundation

Bina along with Mrs Zarine Khan organised an art exhibition titled ‘Functional Art’ to raise funds for the ‘Make a Wish Foundation’ at Tradition Art in October 2010.

Zayed Khan, Salim and Sulaiman Merchant, Krishika and Sunil Lulla ,and Siddharth Malhotra were the Chief guests who gave away several gifts which were on the ‘wish list’ of the terminally ill children.