A classic photo of Jennifer Aniston in the ’90s, auction to raise funds against the Covid-19


Actress Jennifer Aniston, remembered by many for his role in Friendshe joined the movements of solidarity that became popular during the current pandemic of the hand of a photo very special.

A famous portrait of him taken by photographer Mark Seliger in 1995, will be part of an auction of 25 photographs that will be in charge of the well-known Christie s.

“My dear friend @markseliger teamed up with @radvocacy and @christiesinc to auction off 25 of his portraits -including mine – for the relief of COVID-19”, wrote Aniston in your account of Instagram.

The Hollywood celebrity shared a video in which you can see Seliger revealing the iconic image, taken in one of the moments of greater popularity, both of Aniston as Friends.

“100% of the income from the sale of this portrait will go to @NAFClinics, an organization that provides free testing for coronavirus and attention all over the country to people with medical services are insufficient,” added the actress on the auction, which has a date for next June 12.

In addition to the photo of Aniston, 24 other portraits of figures such as Oprah Winfrey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus or Amy Schumer will be sold to send the profits to different organizations.

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