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THRIVE - Our 2014 Save Wild Tiger Art Exhibition

THRIVE…An inspirational art exhibition with a vision.

This year we are extremely lucky to have an incredible group of artists working to reverse the decline of the tiger. These talented individuals have come together and created an amazing array of tiger inspired art works which will be exhibited at the Sanderson, London and then auctioned in aid of Save Wild Tigers at the Mango Tree tiger dinner, London. 


THRIVE: 14th - 19th May 2014, The Sanderson Hotel, London

Mango Tree Tiger Dinner: 20th May 2014, The Mango Tree, London

This stunning exhibition has been curated by Lauren Baker. Lauren Baker is a contemporary multimedia artist producing sculptural works and has curated art installations and exhibited at Tate Britain and Tate modern, and art directed the windows of Selfridges, Browns and Harrods. She has exhibited world-wide: with shows in U.S.A. and Europe. Baker’s most intricate work; The Crystal Tiger, is a life-size tiger head sculpture encrusted with 45,000 Swarovski crystals.

"Lauren Baker is an artist we'll definitely be watching out for in 2014’’. Tate Curator, Carey Robinson

Our 2014 SWT art exhibition artists include:
Cassandra Yap, Chapter, Chiara Lisa Perano and Bellerby & co, Claire Bentley Smith, Clara Bacou, Gary Hodges, Jane McCracken, Laura Lian, Lauren Baker, Magnus Gjoen, Mark Powell, Mikey Brain, Otto Schade, Pampa Louzao, Rohan Chhabra, Shannon Rose Lane and Yanskiy


Mango Tree Tiger Dinner

Not long now until the Mango Tree Tiger dinner and tickets are selling fast!

We will have some incredible entertainment, a fantastic auction and we are excited to announce that we will be joined on the night by some amazing artists and their work that they are creating especially for the Save Wild Tiger Art Exhibition (more details coming very soon!) 

To get your hands on tickets, contact 

When? 20th May 2014

Where? The Mango Tree London

Time? 7pm - midnight 

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Tickets cost £90 (inc three course meal & wine) and all profits will go directly to Save Wild Tiger initiatives. 

We look forward to seeing you there!



Jimmy Choo and Vogue show their support for the Eastern and Oriental Tiger Express

Tourism Malaysia Ambassador and Save Wild Tiger supporter Jimmy Choo talks to Vogue and announces the Eastern and Oriental Tiger Express, a once-in-a-lifetime journey travelling from Singapore to Bangkok (via KL for an exclusive gala dinner).

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The Eastern and Oriental Tiger Express: Voyage through the heart of the tiger’s historical habitat, past ancient temples and jungle-clad hills, on a journey filled with discovery and excitement. For further details on this never to be repeated jouney, please follow the link below:

Save Wild Tigers on BBC Radio Oxford

Yesterday Save Wild Tiger founder, Simon Clinton, appeared on BBC Radio Oxford to talk tigers and chat about our global plans for 2014. Click on the link below to hear him talking about why he has decided to dedicate his life to saving tigers and how he is planning on doing it...

Please note - Once you've clicked on the link and pressed play, you will need to find the specific time frame to hear Simons interview which runs from 01:08:10 to 01:21:20 (otherwise you will have to listen to the whole three hour epidode)! Happy listening!

Save Wild Tigers feature in the Financial Times!

FT Reports -

"The journey is remarkable, beginning with a night at one of the world’s most famous hotels – Raffles in Singapore – before boarding the elegant Eastern & Oriental Express and travelling through the Malaysian countryside. Dinner that evening will be a sparkling gala event at the Majestic Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, combined with a charity auction. In Penang the following day, guests will be able to attend a private view of a specially curated tiger-art exhibition. While continuing on through Thailand, tiger conservationists aboard the train will share their knowledge of these magnificent animals – more of which are now in captivity than in the wild – and explain what is being done to preserve and protect the tiger’s wild habitats and prevent their extinction. An opportunity to see these jungle stomping grounds with an expert guide is on offer, as too are excursions such as a cruise along the River Kwai and a visit to the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre and the Don Rak War cemetery."

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