Spring Has Sprung - Curated by Jealous Gallery

We're excited to announce the launch of our mini Art on a Postcard Auction curated by Jealous Gallery. Spring has Sprung is packed full of all the idiosyncrasies we love about Jealous, the artwork is playful, has a sense of humour and is imbued with optimism.

Artists such as Stanley Donwood, who has a number of print releases  and a forthcoming solo exhibition with Jealous, is most famous for Radiohead’s artwork and his numerous prints for Glastonbury; Miss Buggs who had an eye-poppingly great show at Jealous Gallery prior to lockdown with subverted resin ice lollies containing syringes, razors and pills;  and the acclaimed artist and illustrator Paul Davis.

This auction is part of the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of The Hepatitis C Trust. All money raised will be donated to the Trust's campaign to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030.

"We chose the title Spring has Sprung as we are all emerging from a long dark, hard winter and we need some fun and colour now. We are happy to play a part in making this 20 year anniversary special and contribute to the great work The Hepatitis C Trust does.” - Louise Fitzjohn

Bidding starts at just £50 on all lots
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14-28 April

THE ARTISTS

Adam Bridgland • Angry Dan • Bench Allen  •. David Shillinglaw • Dave Buonaguidi • James Flames • Jess Wilson • Jessica Albarn • Joe Webb • Lucy Gough • Lydia Petit • Magda Archer • Miaz Brothers • Miss Bugs • Paul Davis • Raen Barnsley • Stanley Donwood

Learn more about each artist's work and exhibition history on each lot page.

PLUS learn more about the curation process of this auction by listening to the new episode of Art on a Podcast below.

Jealous is a Contemporary Gallery, Print Publisher and Printing Studio, based in East London's Creative hub of Shoreditch, with Jealous North in Crouch End.

They are known for their collaborative approach to producing high quality, limited edition prints with many Artists, Galleries, Designers and Museums.

Their work can be found in many Galleries and Institutions including Tate Modern, Saatchi Gallery, The Imperial War Museum, The Victoria and Albert Museum, Government Art Collection and internationally with Carmichael Gallery in LA and Taglialatella Fine Art in New York as well as Conran Hotel South Place in London, Ming Hotel in Berlin, FORA, The Hoxton Hotels internationally, Soho House internationally and The Groucho Club in London’s Soho.

Their client work includes The White Cube, The Fine Art Society, Pentagram, Why Not Associates, Stephen Friedman Gallery, Graphic Thought Facility, The British Film Institute, Black Rat, Quentin Blake and Royal Academy of Arts.

The Hepatitis C Trust works to find and treat the people who don’t know they have hepatitis C and work towards their goal of eliminating hepatitis C by 2030. The money from this auction will go to the very important work their helpline does and the major part it is playing in the current Infected Blood Inquiry.  

Sone of their milestones over the last 20 years include:  

The Trust taking over the Secretariat of the first All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hepatology of MPs and Peers - 2005 

Leading on the first audit of hepatitis C care across the UK - 2006 

World Hepatitis Day is adopted by one of only seven official World Health Organization (WHO) days to be held annually on the 28th July - 2010 

The Trust launches its first mobile testing van for hepatitis C - 2011 

Successful lobbing by The Trust leads to national commissioning of hepatitis C services - 2012 

194 countries commit to eliminating hepatitis C by 2030 – 2016 

NHS England announce a unique elimination deal – 2019