Migrate Art, London: Multicolour
Migrate Art, London: Multicolour

Cork Street Galleries, London: Migrate Art, Multicolour

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Multicolour by MigrateArt is a collaboration of the most significant names in contemporary art, creating works using pencils and crayons salvaged from the Calais Jungle refugee camp, formerly home to a community of approximately 10,000 refugees, demolished in 2016.

These works will be on view in a dedicated exhibition in Cork Street, London W1S from 20th to 31st March 2019 prior to their sale in an auction at Phillips on April 11th.

Confirmed artists include:

Anish Kapoor / Annie Kevans / Annie Morris / Chantal Joffe / Conor Harrington /Conrad Shawcross / Edmund De Waal / Gary Hume / Idris Khan / Jeremy Deller / Jonathan Yeo / Keith Coventry / Kevin Francis Gray / Mark Wallinger / Maggi Hambling / Michael Craig-Martin / Nari Ward / Paola Pivi / Pejac/ Rachel Whiteread / Raqib Shaw / Richard Deacon / Richard Woods / Robert Montgomery / Ron Arad / SaraShamma / Sean Scully / Swoon / The Connor Brothers / Zhang Huan / Yahon Chang


For more information on this project & for people interested in attending the exhibition, you can register here.

90% of profits from the sale will be donated equally to Migrate’s key charity partners – RefuAid, Refugee Community Kitchen, The Lotus Flower and The Worldwide Tribe. 10% will go towards future Migrate Art projects.

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