Choose Love and the Print Club London have collaborated on an exhibition of limited edition prints that will be exhibited at the Royal Albert Hall from 8th June to 8th July, with all artworks for sale to raise funds for the Choose Love Ukraine Crisis Fundraiser. The Royal Albert Hall selected these dates to tie in with Refugee Week.
Artists who have made prints for the exhibition using the iconic Katherine Hamnett designed ‘Choose Love’ slogan are; Andrew MacGregor, Caroline Tomlinson, Ceal Warnants, Craig Keenan, Dan Baldwin, Danny Minnick, Dave Buonaguidi, David Newton, David Shillinglaw, Gavin Dobson, Jenni Allen, Jenny Bell, Lucy Mahon, Marc Quinn, Margaux Carpentier, Mr Bingo, Nina Mae Fowler, Pandemonia, Rankin, Ricky Byrne, Rob Ryan, Rose Electra Harris, Rose Stallard, Sara Pope, Seraphina Neville, Setsuko Maho, Steve Duwensee, Stuart Forrester and Venetia Berry.
The artworks are available to buy (with prices ranging from £150 – £1,500) with proceeds going to the Choose Love Ukraine Crisis fundraiser. As well as the limited edition prints, newly commissioned postcards and tote bags are available in the Royal Albert Hall gift shop, with proceeds being donated to Choose Love.
The exhibition will be visible to those attending performances and tours at the Hall over the next month, as well as two free open days for public view on Saturday 25th and 26th June, from 11am to 4pm. View the art here, and you can purchase from the website if you can’t make it to the Royal Albert Hall exhibition.
Philli Boyle, Director of Partnerships and Founding Member of Choose Love comments: “We are over the moon to be exhibiting at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, with our friends Print Club London. The artworks have been created, with love, by the most incredible group of artists who have donated their works to help raise funds for our work, with refugee communities, all over the world.”
Choose Love has raised millions to support refugees and created a movement of people putting love into action around the world. 100% of profits from artworks sold will go to their work supporting refugees all over the world