The Hepatitis C Trust’s Art On A Postcard host artwork Lottery at Moniker Art Fair 2015

Proud to have been asked to contribute to the below ‘lottery’ sale at Moniker Art Fair.  Another event (an auction) will be held at Soho Revue for the same great cause.  Details to follow.

Screen Shot 2015-09-05 at 17.53.51Ceal+Warnants+ ‘Art On A Postcard’ will make its debut at Moniker Art Fair this year with a secret auction of 200 original postcard-size artworks, with contributors including collectable artists such as Gilbert & George, Ben Eine and Harland Miller; the collectable pieces will be available to buy with a £50 lottery ticket. The lottery numbers will be matched to the artworks on the Sunday of Moniker.

Launched in 2014, Art on a Postcard is a secret postcard auction raising money for the Hepatitis C Trust. To date it has garnered the support of more than 350 artists including David Shrigley, Damian Hirst, as well as urban art from Xenz, Hush and Pure Evil, all of whom have created tiny, original works exclusively for the Trust.

Charles Gore, CEO of The Hepatitis C Trust, explains ‘we believe we can eliminate hepatitis C over the next 15 years if we are able to continue the vital work we do. Our plan is to close the charity and put ourselves out jobs. Our Art on a Postcard campaign has been extremely beneficial in driving the Trust towards this goal. We are very grateful to the generous and on-going support we receive from artists.’

About The Hepatitis C Trust

The Hepatitis C Trust is the only UK-wide charity focused on hepatitis C, supporting the estimated 214,000 people living with the virus and those at risk of infection. It is led and driven by people with personal experience of hepatitis C. The Trust is committed to increasing prevention, diagnosis and treatment and achieves this by raising awareness, driving policy and providing testing, training and support.

About Moniker Art Fair

Thursday 15th – Sunday 18th October 2015
Private view: Thursday 15th October, 5pm–10.00pm Press view: Thursday 15th October, 4pm–6pm Friday 16th October, 11am–8pm
Saturday 17th October, 11am–7pm
Sunday 18th October, 11am–6pm


34 Fine Art (SA), 44309 STREET//ART GALLERY (DE), Curious Duke Gallery (UK), Folly & Muse (UK),
Hawkins & Blue (UK), Jealous Print Studio (UK),
Jealous Gallery (UK), Graffik Gallery (UK), Iaysha Art (UK), Kallenbach Gallery (NL), Kumi Contemporary (UK), London Westbank Gallery (UK), Moniker Projects (UK), MYA Gallery (FR), Smithson Gallery (UK), TAG Fine Arts (UK), World Art (SA) and more.


Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, Shoreditch E1 6QL

How to get there:

The nearest tube stations are Liverpool Street station and Shoreditch Overground station. The Old Truman Brewery has three public car parks which are situated outside the Congestion Charge zone: Ely’s Yard Car Park, Brick Lane Car Park and Grey Eagle St. Car Park.


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