Private View & Art Auction 2019

Join us on Thursday 21 November for the exclusive Private View & Auction: Drawing a Line under Torture. Tickets are free but space is limited - RSVP below to guarantee your space.

This year's auction will feature a selection of paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints donated by a variety of established and emerging contemporary artists, alongside work by survivors of torture who have benefitted from art therapy.

You can bid for work by: Peter Blake, Brian Eno, Antony Gormley, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Quentin Blake, Cornelia Parker, Julian Opie, Bridget Riley, Joe Tilson, Richard Woods, David Nash, Martin Yeoman, Patrick Hughes, Michael Craig-Martin, Howard Hodgkin, Marc Quinn, Stanley Donwood, Stephen Chambers, Ben Johnson, Mark Coreth, Rupert Merton, Tim Scott Bolton, Dorothy Cross, Nick Gentry, Marcus Lyon, Sarah Walton, Jason Shulman, John Hoyland, Keith Morris, Eugene Wood, Dan Schlesinger, Richard Wilson, Richard Deacon, Kelly Anna, Caroline Younger, Gerald Scarfe, Majid Adin, Alex Gough, Jeffrey Camp, Leon Kossof, Sarah Walton, Isabel Fletcher, Chloe Dewe Mathews,  Caroline Younger, Minju Kim, Giacomo Brunelli, Anish Kapoor, and more....

Plus original art work donated by survivors of torture: Iqbal and Ronce.

The Vinyl Factory, 18 Marshall Street, London W1F 7BE


  • 6:30pm Arrival. Drinks and canapes served. Fine wines kindly donated by Farr Vintners
  • 6:30pm Interactive Silent Auction opens
  • 7:30pm Live Auction and special guests
  • 8:45pm Silent Auction closes
  • 9:00pm Carriages

Can't attend? BID ONLINE:
Please note the online auction will close at 20:45 (GMT) on 21 November

Email or call +44 (0) 20 7697 7808

Art Auction Committee: Alan Cristea, Kathleen Dempsey, Ariane Bankes, Tony Elliott, Sebastian Gibson, John Lloyd Morgan, Stephen Chambers

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