News research by Veronica Nord and text by Tessa La
Alexander is one of the celebrities in Norway who support Unicef and is one of the persons who are depicted at the exhibition “Close-up for UNICEF”, which consists of portraits of about 70 famous people in Norway, who had themselves being photographed looking naturally.
The production company “Monster” has taken the initiative for the exhibition, and the income from the sale of photos will go directly to UNICEF’s fund in order to eradicate HIV infection from mother to child.
The photo of Alexander can be yours for NOK 7.500,-. (ca. 947 euros). Size 60×60 cm, signed. The exhibition takes place on Tjuvhomen (Akker Brugge), Oslo, May 6th to 15th.
► Webpage of the project
► Alexander’s photo
(recorded by Ronja Laupitaja)
Read more about Alexander supporting UNICEF here
Alexander Rybak ran for life – Hamar Arbeiderblad 3.6.10, by Anne Bergsengene
Translation by Marianne Saietz
Original article: http://www.h-a.no/Nyheter/Nyheter/tabid/72/Default.aspx?articleView=true&ModuleId=82522
Alexander Rybak was the main attraction yesterday, when the pupils of Fagerlund school, ran for children in Africa.
Brumunddal: The spirit was high and the autograph-hunters were eager, when Fairytale Alexander spent some morning hours at Fagerlund School yesterday. And even though the artist couldn´t play the fiddle because of an injured hand, and insisted that he couldn´t sing either, the children were very happy to have him as visitor. Continue reading 2 Articles + Video: “Alexander Rybak ran for life” — “Supported UNICEF”. June 3th, 2010