Art on a Postcard - The Hepatitis C Trust

Summer Auction 2022 

BIDDING NOW OPEN | 21 June – 5 July 2022 | BID HERE

Private View – 30 June - 3 July 2022  | Exhibition | The Other Art Fair | 

West Handyside Canopy | King's Cross

 
Art on a Postcard is proud to present the fourth annual Summer Auction with an exceptional line up of emerging new graduates and world-renowned artists, including performance pioneer Marina Abramović, staple of London’s Street Art scene Ben Eine and National Portrait Gallery BP Portrait Award-winner Ishbel Myerscough. For the auction, over 200 hand selected artists will create mini postcard-sized masterpieces, with bidding starting at just £50, to raise proceeds to continue The Hepatitis C Trust’s vital work.  
Joining the line-up is Chilean artist Iván Navarro who works with electric light as his primary medium. Navarro is known for his politically charged sculptures and installations that address the violence inflicted by the Chilean state. The auction will also include works by New York-based artist Martin Wilnerwhose background as a clinical psychiatrist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry has informed his practice. His work has been exhibited at notable establishments including the Freud Museum London, The Whitney Museum of American Art New York, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.   
Highly collectible emerging talents on the cusp of greatness for Summer 2022 include Yorkshire-based Jade Montserrat, whose work reflects the interplay of art and activism. She has worked as a tutor on the MFA programme at Oxford University’s Ruskin School of Art, and exhibited at Humber Street Gallery, Lisson Gallery and Brighton CCA. Tosin Kalejaye, a self-taught Nigerian artist who uses his art to convey impressions about modern society and the everyday black experience; and Ruairi Fallon, who works across paintings, textiles, and woodcuts and has been exhibited at Saatchi Gallery, Mall Galleries and in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.  
They will be shown alongside original artworks by Kathe BurkhartAdam de Boer, and Miriam de Búrca as well as long-time Art on a Postcard supporters Alicia RothmanDavid Wightman and Otto Schade. 
Bidding starts at £50.
The artworks will be exhibited at the summer edition of The Other Art Fair in London from 30 June - 3 July 2022. West Handyside, King's Cross. Tickets available via The Other Art Fair site

Participating Artists

Aaron Warris • Adam Bridgland • Adam de Boer • Adam Dix • Adlane Samet • Aidan Myers • Akash Bhatt • Alanna Hernandez • Alexander James • Alicia Rothman • Amy Bravo • Ana Paula Garcia Benavides • András Nagy-Sándor • Andrew Graves • Andrew J Millar • Ange Mullen-Bryan • Anna Calleja • Anna Mond • Anna Tuori • Anthony Daley • Anton Kannemeyer • Aylin Leipold • Beatrice Hassel-McCosh • Ben Crawford • Ben Eine • Ben Jamie • Benoît Dutour • Bex Massey • Brea Weinreb • Caleb Weintraub • Catherine Anyango Grunewald • Catherine Knight • CB Hoyo • Cecile Broekaert • Cecilia Fiona • Celine Ali • Ceren Oykut • Charles Inge • Charlie Chesterman • Charlie Chrobnik • Charlie Patterson • Charlie Roberts • Chike Azuonye • Chisara Vidale • Chris Daniels • Cornelia O'Donovan • Daisy Richardson • Damien Cifelli • Dan Rizzie • David Wightman • Eliza Hopewell • Elizabeth Rogers • EMKI • Emma Davis • Fran Giffard • Fred Ingrams • Gabriel Buttigieg • Gherdai Hassell • Gordon Glyn-Jones • Graeme Black • Hamed Maiye • Hannah Mooney • Hannah Murgatroyd • Hardeep Pandhal • Haydn Cottam • Heloise O'Keeffe • Henry Woolway • Hondartza Fraga • Hugh Mendes • Hunter Potter • Ishbel Myerscough • Iván Navarro • Jade Montserrat • Jake Attree • Jan Valik • Jane Courquin • Janet Golphin RWS • Jeanne Maze • Jennie Ottinger • Jenny Beard • Jessica Watt • Jochen Mühlenbrink • Jonathan McCree • Jonni Cheatwood • Josh Rowell • Juan Arango Palacios • Julia Ibbini • Julia Soboleva • Julie Held • Kate Burling • Kathe Burkhart • Katie Commodore • Katie Pratt • Kay Kanté • Kevin Sinnott • Kim Booker • Kim Dorland • Koshito Akiyama • Kyungseo Lee • Larissa De Jesús Negrón • Laura Holmes • Lauren Weedman • Lee Ellis • Lin Chien Yu • Lisa Takahashi • LUAP • Lucie Flynn • Luke Woodgate • Maddie Yuille • Marianne Hendriks • Marie Jacotey • Marina Abramović • Mark Kaiser • Martin Wilner • Mathilde Denize • Mattia Guarnera-MacCarthy • Max Mason • Megan Baker • Mel Reese • Mick Peter • Miriam De Búrca • Natalia González Martín • Natália Gromicho • Natasha Michaels • Nick Gentry • Nick Grindrod • Nilima Sheikh • Noa Ironic • Ofunne Azinge • Olly Fathers • Otto Schade • Pablo Merchante • Peter Mammes • Precious Opara • Preslav Kostov • R and F Mo • Rachel Arif • Rachel Isabel Mukendi • Rebecca Tucker • Redbellyboy • Rod Kitson • Ruairi Fallon • Salomé Wu • Sara Lavelle • Shani Rhys James • Sharon McPhee • Simon Pierse • Simon Pratt • Sofía Clausse • Stephen Jaques • Tamara Jovandić-Everson • Taylor Simmons • Terry Ekasala • Thiago Barbalho • Thomas Cameron • Thomas Langley • Tim Muddiman • Tom White • Tosin Kalejaye • Unskilled Worker • Valerie Savchits • Victoria Mardon • Viktoria Savenkova • Wendy Jacob • Will Ayres • Wolfgang Grinschgl • Yuriko Kawase • Zayn Qahtani • 

 

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.

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.     

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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.