The ‘Art4Grenfell’ group has been created to raise funds to support the homeless residents and survivors of the Grenfell fire tragedy. Organiser and founder Hercules Fisherman has brought together many esteemed London and international artists from around the world, who have been touched by this tragedy. The sole objective is to raise as much money as possible through one of the UK’s largest Charity Art auctions, which will be hosted at the RBS headquarters in the City of London with Colin Sheaf, Bonhams UK Chairman, as auctioneer. The auction is open to all guests with admission by ticket only, and is being held on Wednesday 21st February at The Atrium, 3rd Floor, 250 Bishopsgate EC2M 2AA with the Preview and Reception from 6.00pm, followed by the Live Auction starting at 7.00pm. Admission is by pre-purchased ticket only, with all seated and standing tickets available for purchase exclusively online at www.Art4Grenfell.org.
Following the tragic event at Grenfell Tower, the K&C Foundation set up a fundraising appeal for those affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy. “We are really grateful to Art4Grenfell for this initiative to raise funds for the survivors from Grenfell Tower.” commented Susan Dolton, Director of K&C Foundation.
Colin Sheaf, Bonhams Chairman commented: “This will be an exhilarating art auction, with many acclaimed and noteworthy iconic artists from the UK and abroad kindly donating a painting (or work of art to honour the victims of this tragic loss of life in London.”