I have the great pleasure to announce that my painting "Children Of Romania" has been selected for Injustice Exhibition.
London Legal Support Trust (LLST) and Arts for Justice (AJF) Exhibition 2014 will showcase 70 innovative works of art. From strong images of injustice to works that will make you ponder the definition.
The exhibition will feature a wide variety of styles and approaches and will be held at La Galleria, near the iconic National Gallery in Trafalgar Square. Don't miss this opportunity to discover Britain's next emerging talent.
My work has been selected by :
Tom Christopherson: A Solicitor, Head of Art & Law Studies at the Sotheby's Institute-London and Senior Director Business Education at Sotheby's. Formerly European General Counsel at Sotheby's from 2001 to 2013, heading the Legal Department in Europe and also dealing with matters arising in Asia. Educated at the University of Oxford and the College of Law, Guildford, Tom served for several years on the Committee of the British Art Market Federation, which represents the Art market in the UK, and the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers, of which he is now an Honorary Associate. Tom is also an Honorary Fellow of the Sotheby's Institute-London and is a Warden and Charitable Trustee for the Worshipful Company of Arts Scholars.
Edward Lucie-Smith: An internationally renowned art critic and historian regarded as the most widely published writer of art who has written more than 60 books on art chiefly but not exclusively about contemporary work. Edward Lucie-Smith is also a widely exhibited photographer and published poet and winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize.
Steven Heffer: A partner at Collyer Bristow LLP and an accomplished artist with many works held in private collections in the UK and USA. http://stevenhefferart.com Steven is also head of media and culture at Collyer Bristow and sits on the Collyer Bristow Gallery committee
Nicola McCartney: Artist, art historian and writer based in London. Nicola has exhibited her art throughout London and the UK, and her work is in various private collections. She has also received public commissions and under taken residencies in Jordan and her home country. Nicola is a patron of the Hammersmith and Fulham Community Law Centre and a Trustee of the Association of Art Historians. In August 2013 she was a Getty Scholar at their Research Institute in LA and is due to publish Death of the Artist with I.B.Tauris in 2015. She has written for Apollo Magazine, The Spectator, British Art Journal and Galleries. In her spare time she leads outreach art workshops, including supporting the charity Woman's Trust. www.nicolamccartney.co.uk
Jo Dyton: Gallery owner based on the South Coast specialising in British Contemporary Art.
Roger Moore: Partner at Clifford Chance, with a keen personal interest in art.
Sabina Smith: Artist with works held in private collection who has exhibited in London and Oriel Gallery Dublin. Sabina is founder of Arts for Justice (AfJ) and organiser and curator of the LLST and AfJ Open Charity Art Exhibition
Buy your ticket now for any of these exciting evening events:
Private View - meet the artists before the official exhibition opening
Monday 29th September 2014 7pm - 9pm £10 full price £5 concession
Exhibition Opening Event
Tuesday 30th September 2014 7pm - 9pm £10 full price £5 concession
Exhibition Award Ceremony
Thursday 2nd October 2014 7pm - 10pm £10 full price £5 concession
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Let’s Make A Change:
Justice Exhibitions is a charity exhibition where 50% of the sales are destined to benefit an amazing cause. I have always believed passionately that I really want from my art to make a difference. Selling my work in this way will help London Legal Support Trust to continue their wonderful mission.
Legal advice is offered to those who need it and makes a massive difference to peoples' lives by reducing debt, poverty and homelessness and by combating discrimination and injustice. Access to justice should be equally available to everyone, regardless of financial situation. Every vote that you give would help people who really need support.