The BLUE Auction in aid of NHS Charities Covid-19 URGENT APPEAL

8 - 29 Apr 2020

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NEW ORDER 40th ANNIVERSARY 'UNKNOWN PLEASURES' STAGE AND SET FLAGS

A MONEY-CAN'T-BUY BUSINESS CONSULTANCY OVER DINNER WITH PHILANTHROPIST AND ENTREPRENEUR JOHN CAUDWELL IN HIS MAYFAIR MANSION

Join the stars and bid for 2 tickets to attend the music industry's biggest night of the year, The BRIT Awards 2021

The Connor Brothers (British) Extraordinary People Unique hand-finished giclée print with oil, acrylic and pastel, 2020, on wove, signed and numbered 1/1 in pencil, printed and published by the artists, the full sheet, 1200 x 750mm (47 1/4 x 29 1/2in)(SH)

Lunch at Claridge's with Dame Joan Collins, Percy Gibson and Christopher Biggins together with an overnight stay for 2 people in a suite at Claridge's

Antony Gormley R.A. (British, born 1950) FOLD I, 2018 signed, titled and dated in pencil (verso)carbon and casein on paper38 x 27.9 cm.15 x 11 in.

Own a piece of James Bond History!

Grayson Perry (British, born 1960) A rare opportunity for up to 4 people to be shown around the artist's studio by Grayson Perry himself! Perry studied at Braintree College of Further Education from 1978 to 1979 and graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1982. He was awarded the Turner Prize in 2003.He works in a variety of mediums but is best known as a ceramicist. There is a dissonance between the conventional forms of his vessels and the depictions that adorn them. He uses imagery and text to chronicle social concerns, his own formative experiences and to tell the story of his alter ego, Claire. The tone of his narratives is psychologically complex and often caustic. Although he uses traditional methods to make his pots, he employs a range of techniques, such as embossing and photographic transfers, to create intricate, animated surfaces.

THE ULTIMATE CALL THE MIDWIFE EXPERIENCE - LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!

Julian Opie (British, born 1958) Waitress, from 'Walking in London' Inkjet on lenticular acrylic panel, 2014, signed in black ink and inscribed 'AP 4/10' on a label affixed verso, one of ten artist's proof aside the numbered edition of 50, published by Cristea Roberts Gallery, London, in the artist's designated brushed aluminium frame, 830 x 510 x 40mm (32 5/8 x 20 1/8 x 1 5/8in)(overall)

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