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Art on a Postcard's (AOAP) ninth edition of our Autumn/Winter auction features over 500 works and six guest curators: Frankie Shea of Moniker Projects; Ell Pennick, director of Guts Gallery; gallerist Ed Cross; Millie Foster, director of Gillian Jason Gallery; Katherine Kittoe of Kittoe Contemporary; and comedian and art critic Verity Babbs.
The auction showcases a stellar line-up, including London-based artist Rana Begum, Thomas Dane Gallery’s Hurvin Anderson RA, world-renowned textile designer Kaffe Fassett MBE, Stephen Friedman Gallery’s Anne Rothenstein, celebrated Scottish painter Andrew Cranston, LA contemporary artist Kim Dingle, Glasgow-born Jack Milroy, rising star Matthew Eguavoen, based in Lagos, Nigeria, New Contemporary Tom Harker, popular abstract artist John Simpson, NYC based artist, famed for his instantly recognisable drawings, doodles, characters and murals Jon Burgerman, Dutch artist Bobbye Fermie, and the Chilean Marco Bizzarri. These artists are some of the fabulous talent headlining this year’s show, which aims to raise money for The Hepatitis C Trust’s unfunded helpline, a vital resource for the many thousands of people who received infected blood or blood products.
Innovator Frankie Shea of Moniker Projects founded, funded, and produced the first annual art fair of its kind, showcasing works rooted in urban culture, street art and graffiti. Frankie has brought in artists from Bristol's graffiti heritage such as Nick Walker, Sickboy and Hugo Farmer, interdisciplinary artists Faith47 and Fa Razavi and the prolific and notorious writers TOX and 10FOOT.
Gut’s Gallery director Ell Pennick is thought to be one of the youngest gallerists navigating today’s art world. Frustrated with the lack of opportunities for Ell’s generation, especially within the working classes, Gut’s Gallery employs an equitable business model to empower the next generation of artists. Ell has introduced exciting emerging talents such as Sophie Vallance Cantor, Olivia Sterling, Georg Wilson, and Iranian British artist Leila Tara H.
Gallerist Ed Cross has championed the work of African and African diaspora artists since founding his eponymous gallery 13 years ago. On Ed’s roster are Reuben Powell, Russian artist Vladimir Logutov, and sculptor and installation artist Abdulrazaq Awofeso.
Gillian Jason Gallery director Millie Foster collaborates with female-identifying artists, continuing the legacy started by her grandmother of exhibiting work by pioneering artists. Millie’s roster includes the brilliant painter Christabel Blackburn, multidisciplinary artist Precious Opera, and recent RCA graduate Bethany Hadfield.
Katherine Kittoe of Kittoe Contemporary showcases artwork in a novel way by placing them in houses and hosting ‘art parties'. Katherine has brought along popular illustrator Charlotte Farmer, cartoonist Joe Berger, and still life painter Jason Line.
Comedian and art critic Verity Babs’s selection includes RCA graduate Cecilia Reeve, Portuguese-born Chica Seal, and abstract expressionist Taya De La Cruz.
Lots will be added to our website soon. In the meantime, please create an account with Dreweatts, who will be hosting our auction.
Order of Lots:
Lots 1-23: Curated by Ell Pennick
Lots 24-80: Curated by Verity Babbs
Lots 81-96: Curated by Ed Cross
Lots 97-472: Curated by Art on a Postcard
Lots 473-499: Curated by Millie Foster
Lots 500-552: Curated by Katherine Kittoe
Lots 553-595: Curated by Frankie Shea
Abdulrazaq Awofeso · Abigail Hampsey · Adam Koukoudakis · Alan Fears · Alex Hanna · Alexandra Helm · Ali Yanya · Alison Jackson · Alison Lambert · Alison McWhirter · Alli Eynon · Amber Boardman · Amy Douglas · Andrew Cranston · Angie Hunt · Ania Hobson · Anne Rothenstein · Annette van Waaijen · Ant Carver · Antonella Agesta · Benjamin Portanier · Bethany Hadfield · Bijijoo · Bobbye Fermie · Carl Cashman · Carla Busuttil · Cathy Tabbakh · Cecilia Reeve · Charlotte Farmer · Charlotte Aiken · Cherry Aribisala · Chica Seal · Chloe Le Tissier · Chris Orr RA · Christabel Blackburn · Christopher James · Claire Houlihan · Claire Mary Newton · Clay Arlington · Coco Lom · Colin Murphy · Daisy Collingridge · Dan Faine · Daniel Crawshaw · Daniel Preece · David Micheaud · David Woodall · Dawn Beckles · Deborah Isabella Gilbert · Duncan Grant · Edel Campbell · Edit Toaso · Elaine Wilday · Eleanor Lines · Ellen Forbes · Elsa Rouy · Emily Tracy · Eska Marsh · Estelle Vera · Eugenie Ellor · Eva Dixon · Fa Razavi · Faith XLVII · Farnaz Gholami · Felicity Gill · Fleur Moodie · Fungai Marima · Ged Wells · Geoff Archer · Georg Wilson · Georgia Peskett · Georgie Huxley · Gertie Young RWS · Gosia Łapsa-Malawska · Gretchen Andrew · Han Han · Hannah Knox · Hannah Wilson · Harriet Porter · Helen Beard · Henry Glover · Henry Ward · Hetty Haxworth · Holly Bazett · Hope Turnbull · Hugo Farmer · Hurvin Anderson · Hynek Martinec · Ian Everard · Ian Hargreaves · Ian Ritchie CBE RA · Isabella Lolita Amram · Jack Milroy · Jackie Almond · Jack Jubb · Jake Clark · Jake Garfield · James Russell Cowper · Jane Bustin · Janie Longmore · Jason Line · Jen Orpin · Jennifer McRae RSA · Jess Cochrane · Jess Quinn · Jo Peel · Joe Berger · Joe Magee · John Button · John O'Reilly · John Simpson · Jon Burgerman · Jonathan Parker · Jonathan R Bennett · Joshua Perkin · Joy Parker · Julia Abele · Julian Hicks · Kaffe Fassett MBE · Karen Keogh · Kate Dunn · Kate Scott · Kate Walters · Katharine Dufault · Katie Tomlinson · Kay Spare · Keith Milow · Ken Nwadiogbu · Kim Dingle · Komachi Goto · Kunstrasen · Labrona · Laila Tara H · Laura Footes · Laura Hope · Laura Jane Scott · Laurence de Valmy · Lee Knott · Lee Maelzer · Linda Schwab · Linda Sutton · Liqing Tan · Louis Blondiau · Louis Hellman · Lucas Price · Lucy Cade · Lucy Smallbone · Luke Chueh · Mackenzie Thorpe · Mafalda Figueiredo · Manon Steyaert · Marcelle Hanselaar · Marco Bizzarri · Margie Andrew-Reichelt · Margot Quinn ·Marianne Hendriks · Marie Lenclos · Marie Robinson · Mark McClure · Martin Hearne · Matilda Berger · Matthew Eguavoen ·Matthew Small · Matthew Stone · Maya Simms · Melanie Goemans · Melissa Scott-Miller · Michelle Maddox · Michelle Taube · Mit Senoj · Molly Harman · Moritz Nicolai · Motonoi Uwasu · Nadine Faraj · Nahem Shoa · Naila Hazell · Natasha Michaels · Nicholas Wyatt · Nick Walker · Nikki Ward · Olivia Adamczyk O'Sullivan · Olivia Sterling · Oscar Eagle · Paloma Proudfoot · Pam Glew · Perdita Sinclair · Peter Messer · Philip Cole · Phoebe Evans · Precious Opara · R&F Mo · Raine Storey · Rana Begum · Rebecca Hardaker · Rebecca Harper · Rebecca Holton · Reed Wilson · Remi Rough · Reuben Powell · Richard Spare · Richenda Court · Robert Nicol · Robin Kandel · Rory Prout · Rosemary Burn · Russell Herron · Ryan Leigh · Ryan Mosley · Salvatore Fiorello · Sam Lock · Sandra Daniel · Sarah Wood · Scarlett Bowman · Selena Corsellis · Selina Snow · Shawn Stipling ·Shelly Tregoning · Sickboy · Sofia Krook · Sonia Martin · Sophie Coe ·Sophie Vallance Cantor · South London Dan/Daniel McFall · Takayuki Hara · Tang Shuo · Tasneem Elnayal ·Taya De La Cruz · Tomas Harker · TOX23 · Tyga Helme · Valerie Thompson · Vilte Fuller · Vladimir Logutov · Will Fice · William Packer · Winnie Hall · Zarina Khan · Zoe Hawk · 10FOOT
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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