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Art on a Postcard (AOAP) has announced its collaboration with War Child for their second guest postcard auction. Promising an array of original mini masterpieces from both emerging talents and established artists, the auction aims to raise funds for War Child's vital work with children affected by conflict worldwide.

From left to right, top to bottom: Tahnee Lonsdale, Untitled 4, 2024, Mandy El-Sayegh Burning Square (See No Evil), 2024, Sarah Ball, Jerome, 2024, Cecil Touchon, Fusion series#4139CtZ4, 2024, John Luke Kent, Build Yourself Up 1/2, 2024, Jochen Muhlenbrink, WTP (The Cut), 2024, Joseph Black, Dried Sunflower, 2024, Christian Franzen, Untitled, 2024, Jil Mandeng, Grasslands III, 2024, Sarah Miska, Dutch Braided Bun, 2024, Navot Miller, Lilly When It's Sad, 2023, Marcelle Hanselaar, Dictator, 2024

Bidding for the pieces will commence at an accessible £50, with the proceeds from the auction will going directly towards supporting War Child's mission of providing safe spaces, education, and psychological support for children enduring the ravages of war. Among the lineup of artists contributing to this year's auction, attendees can anticipate works from renowned figures such as British artist Dave Gamble and his original Polaroids capturing everyday objects belonging to Warhol, four original Tahnee Lonsdale oil paintings, and Sarah Ball, fresh from her successful solo exhibition in New York.

From top to bottom: Corbin Shaw, Geordies Goes Beserk, 2024, Mahesh Baliga, Evening, 2024, Tahnee Lonsdale, Untitled 4, 2024

Adding to the international flair are artists like Mandy El-Sayegh, known for her socio-political messages conveyed through mixed media, and Galerie Derouillon's Alex Foxton and his deconstructions of traditional images of masculinity. Dr. Fiona Curran, Sarah Miska, Camilla Mihkelsoo, Mahesh Baliga, and Miya Ando are among the other artists contributing to the auction, which will also showcase emerging talents like Yuma Radné, Luke Rooney, Elena Onwochei-Garcia, and Alexandra Beteeva, promising a diverse and vibrant selection of artwork.

The Fitzrovia Gallery will open its doors for viewing on 30th April from 10am to 6pm at 139 Whitfield St, London W1T 5EN. Registration for Part I and Part II of the auction are available online.

Cover image: David Gamble, Andy Warhol's Medicine Cabinet, 1987


Emma Lee is a London-based arts news journalist specialising in art market analysis and art events. Her work has been featured in Vogue, The Art Newspaper and the Financial Times.


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