The exhibition, curated by celebrated British artist Christian Furr, will feature an exciting array of wild tiger-inspired artworks by high-profile international artists. Known for being the youngest artist ever to be commissioned to paint a portrait of the Queen, Furr will be contributing a contemporary tiger-inspired 3D neon piece to the exhibition. "Be Inspired" will also feature artworks by Jacky Tsai, Daisuke Sakaguchi, Shauna Richardson, Lauren Baker, Vin & Omi, Julia Wager, John Gledhill, Dan Baldwin and Rose Corcoran.
All pieces featured will be available to purchase by auction to benefit the conservation efforts of Save Wild Tigers, the Born Free Foundation and the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA). Save Wild Tigers provides urgent and ongoing targeted support to end the illegal trade of tiger parts and protect tigers' natural habitat. The worldwide population of wild tigers has declined drastically by 97% over the past century, leaving fewer than 3,200 tigers remaining in the wild.
"The wild tiger's survival is in the balance... We have ten years to double wild tiger numbers; or ten years until their extinction. The choice is ours," says Simon Clinton, founder of Save Wild Tigers. "The clock is ticking - and ticking fast. Join us today in making the right decision for survival."
For more information about The Club at Café Royal, please visit: http://www.clubcaferoyal.com/. To book a stay in a suite at the Hotel Café Royal (with unlimited access throughout the stay to The Club at Café Royal), please go to: www.hotelcaferoyal.com. For information about the "Be Inspired" exhibition and more on Save Wild Tigers' conservation initiatives, please visit www.savewildtigers.org.