#ART4PEACE charity auction in aid of International Alert

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Welcome to #ART4PEACE 2015 online preview auction in support of peacebuilding charity International Alert, featuring works by world-renowned urban and street artists.

Please browse this page and bid on some of the fantastic artwork generously donated by 21 leading artists.

ONLINE AUCTION

The online preview auction will be open from Monday 21 September (International Peace Day) until Thursday 1 October at 23.59 (BST).

Highest bidders will be notified by email after close of the online auction.

The highest online bid will be carried over to our live auction of all the artwork on 2 October. The overall highest bid from the online and live auctions will be considered the final winning bid and is binding. 

Full payment is required within three working days of our confirmation of your successful bid. 


LIVE AUCTION

To secure your online bid, we strongly recommend that you attend our live auction.

It will take place on Friday 2 October from 19.00 at The Club at The Ivy (9 West Street, London WC2H 9N).

Revered auctioneer Edward Rising will host the evening, in association with Sotheby's. 

£10 (Tickets) Price includes welcome drink and canapés.

If you are unable to attend, we'd be pleased to arrange a telephone or proxy bid with you. Please contact: jkarlysheva@international-alert.org

International Alert can arrange postage of items within the UK and overseas. Additional charges applicable.


All proceeds will go to International Alert and its vital peacebuilding work in more than 25 countries around the world.


Thank you!

http://www.talkingpeacefestival.org/art






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Tammam Azzam - Syrian Ead (2012)
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Know Hope - Submission (2012)
£ 500
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Shraddha Shrestha - And we were one (2015)
£ 400
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Otto Schade - Say it with Flowers (2015)
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Sten Lex - Towers (2015)
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Goldie - Three Peace Suite (2011)
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David Scheinmann - Bulgari HK (2012)
£ 750
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K-Guy - Wars (2015)
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Clet Abraham - Policeman In Love (2015)
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Tammam Azzam - Matisse’s La Danse (2013)
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Teurk - Part of (2014)
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Ganzeer - Constituting Strong American Justice
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Yola - Lovers (2012)
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Matt Small - Child of War (2011)
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Inkie - Deco Liz: Purple (2014)
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War Boutique - Peace Shield (2011)
£ 500
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Olek - Selected Weapon (2015)
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Ben Turnbull - Superpower (2010)
£ 600
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Sadhu X - Aasha / Hope (2015)
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Victor Ash - Falling Graffiti Writers (2012)
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Tammam Azzam - New York (2013)
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David Whittaker - Awakening in Gaza (2003)
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Dan Kitchener - Puddles (2015)
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