Art on a Postcard - The Hepatitis C Trust
We're delighted to announce the superb line up for our Summer Auction.
2021 sees the twentieth anniversary of The Hepatitis C Trust and they have packed a massive amount into those twenty years. The Trust has prided itself on its innovative approach to charity work. As well as building the Art on a Postcard brand as a fundraising tool, they have set out to make themselves obsolete by campaigning to eliminate hepatitis C by 2030. In addition to playing a huge part in getting the NHS England to announce a unique elimination deal in 2019, The Trust played its part in getting 194 countries to sign up to elimination by 2030.
To help celebrate this extraordinary feat the line-up includes conceptual artist Anish Kapoor, Jordan Wolfson whose enigmatic, and at times provocative, work investigates the darker side of the human condition. Art historian and instigator of The African Diva ProjectMargaret Rose Vendryeshas set out to celebrate and connect Black female singers with their ancestorial roots; Shezad Dawood whose multi-media works are inspired by his varied cultural heritage, revered urban contemporary artist Hush, Marina Adams whose work explores colour form and movement and Rana Begum whose work blurs the boundaries between sculpture, painting and architecture through  her refined language of Minimalist abstraction. 
24 June – 8 July 2021 
Bidding starts at £50 on each lot
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CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

Adam Handler • Ade Adesina • Alayne Spafford • Alex Williams • Alex Jorgensen • Ally McIntyre • Amy Beager • Andrew Graves • Anish Kapoor • Anna Francis • Anna Mond • Annabel Fairfax • Anne Lever • Annie Field • Ariane Heloise Hughes • Aza Mansongi • Ben Edge • Bobbye Fermie • Carl Melegari • Celina Teague • Celine_A and Evans Mbugua (Collaboration)  • Chica Seal  • Christopher Brooks • Cinthia Sifa Mulanga • Clare Grill • Claudia Bonney • Craig Jefferson •  Daisy Clarke • Dasha Shishkin • Dave White • David Lock • David Abbott • David Edmond • David Webb • Davina Jackson • Deborah Azzopardi • Elva Mulchrone • Emma Haggas • Euan Roberts • Evans Mbugua • Farsad Labbauf • Frank Kleineidam • Fred Coppin • Gabriele Cappelli • George Blacklock • Graham Dolphin • Guy Yanai • Hannah Brown • Henrietta Armstrong • Henry Jabbour • Holly Mills • Holly Allan • Hugh Buchanan • Hush • Ilga Leimanis • Isaac Benigson • Jack Milroy • James Owens • Jarek Puczel • Jason Balducci • Jay Miriam • Jayson Lilley • Jennifer Wyse • Jeremy Gardiner • Jo Shepherd • John Hainsworth • Jonathan Christie • Jonathan Lawes • Jonathan S Hooper • Jordan Wolfson •  Josh Dorman • Josie Clouting • Jules Julien • Julia Chance • Julie-Ann Simpson • Kate Scott • Kate McCrickard • Kate Burling • Kate Wrigglesworth • Kate Dunn •  Kristine Moran • Laurence Jones • Laxmi Hussain • Liberty Blake • Lottie Cole • Luke Elwes • Luke Frost • Maggie Hasbrouck • Maïa Régis • Maisie Cowell • Margaret Rose Vendryes • Marianna Gefen • Marina Meredith-Owen • Marina Adams • Mark Edwards • Mark Adlington • Martin Greenland • Mary Burtenshaw • Mary DeVincentis  • Matt Macken • Matthew J. Pitts • Mia Risberg • Michael Boffey • Michael Scoggins • Michael Kirkbride • Michael Wann • Michaela Yearwood-Dan • Miguel Ulmann • Miranda Forrester • Mona Broschár • Monika Maurer-Morgenstern • Nell Brookfield • Nick Jensen • Nick Grindrod • Oh de Laval • Oliver Marsden • Oriele Steiner • Pam Thorburn • Paul Andrews • Paul Treasure •  Paul Furneaux • Paul Hodgson • P. X. Miranda • Pedro Paricio • Peter Clark • Peter Burns • Petra Börner • Phillip Reeves • Phindile Mamba • Pure Evil • Rachel Arif • Rana Begum • Rebecca Meanley • Rhiannon Rebecca Salisbury • Richard Hoey • Robert James-Clarke • Robert Soden • Rosa Roberts • Rosso Emerald Crimson • Ruprecht Von Kaufmann • Ruth Waldron • Salomé Wu • Sam Jackson • Sara Lee • Sara Willett • Sarah Louise Hawkins • Sherry Kerlin • Shezad Dawood • Simon Andrew• Simon Keenleyside • Simon Morley • Simon Palmer • Sunyoung Hwang • Susan Wilson • Theo Gorst • Timothy Gatenby • Tomas Harker • Una Ursprung • Uthman Wahaab • Vikki Drummond • Villain • Viriginia Bodman • Willemien Bardawil • William Wright • Yuriko Kawase •  Yushi Li • Zoe Hawk

Looking for an artist in particular? Use the search function in the top right hand corner to find their lots.

ART ON A POSTCARD - SUMMER AUCTION CATALOGUE
ART ON A POSTCARD - SUMMER AUCTION CATALOGUE
ART ON A POSTCARD - SUMMER AUCTION CATALOGUE
ART ON A POSTCARD - SUMMER AUCTION CATALOGUE

ART ON A POSTCARD - SUMMER AUCTION CATALOGUE

A5 - Printed Catalogue containing listings of all lots in our Summer Auction.

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Cover image: Lots 293 & 294 - Pedro Paricio - The Collectors

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Art on a Postcard is delighted to be partnering with Dreweatts Auction House established in 1759 with whom they have successfully partnered with previously. 

Dreweatts is a leading UK auctioneer of Fine Art, Furniture, Sculpture, European and Asian Ceramics and Works of Art, Jewellery, Watches, Silver, Clocks, Wine, Manuscripts and Miniatures, Books and Live Steam and Model Engineering. Dreweatts operates from and holds auctions at Donnington Priory, the beautiful picturesque country house located close to Newbury in the Berkshire countryside, less than 1 hour from Heathrow airport and 1 hour from London by train. Western Manuscripts and Miniatures, Islamic and Near Eastern Books and Manuscripts and Book Collections and Libraries are offered under the Bloomsbury Auctions name with sales taking place in central London. 

Dreweatts’ London office is on Pall Mall, St James’s, where weekly valuation days, exhibitions of auction highlights and client events are held. We offer a diverse and exciting calendar of specialist auctions along with single owner collection and house sales with pre-auction viewing at Donnington Priory in the days leading up to the auction itself. We also host monthly valuation days at Donnington Priory on the first Friday of every month and at other locations nationwide where clients can receive advice on buying and selling at Dreweatts from our market-leading specialists. 

LEARN MORE

The Hepatitis C Trust is the national charity for people with hepatitis C. It is a patient-led and patient-run organisation; most of its board, staff and volunteers have had hepatitis C themselves. It is committed to eliminating hepatitis C in the UK by 2025. Its strategy is based around pillars of better prevention, increased diagnosis and treatment for all.

It has established strong partnership models of working with substance misuse and homeless service providers across the UK. In substance misuse services, it delivers staff training, peer led education about the importance of testing and availability of new treatments, and personal one-to-one support from initial diagnosis through to treatment. It runs a range of support services, including a confidential national helpline run by staff and trained volunteers who have all had personal experience of living with hepatitis C.      

Helpline staff also provide patient-centred responses via email and run a designated prison freephone helpline service for prisoners across the UK. Its policy and parliamentary team works across the UK Parliament and the devolved nations to ensure hepatitis C stays firmly on the political agenda. It also publishes a range of reports and resources on aspects of the hepatitis C care pathway.     

Art on a Postcard is delighted to be partnering with gowithYamo to create a virtual version of our renowned exhibitions.

gowithYamo is your personal art tour guide that helps you find exhibitions, galleries, events and showcases with a single tap. Whether you’re an Old Masters lover or a contemporary art enthusiast, they’ve got you covered.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 they have been working tirelessly to produce beautiful virtual exhibitions allowing people to experience art from home.

Visit their website to discover interviews, news, reviews and more virtual exhibitions. 

Please do not bid on artwork in our Art on a Postcard auctions if you intend on selling the artwork after you have purchased it. This auction has been organised for charity and all artworks have been generously donated by the artists to raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust. When the work produced for the charity is sold on the secondary market it damages our relationship with the artist and prevents us from fundraising.