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James Hyman Gallery launches charity fundraising sale for the Trussell Trust network of food banks

Until 31st December 2020, James Hyman Gallery is hosting an online fundraising sale where 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Trussell Trust. There are 54 paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs and prints, from the 20th-century to today.

Alex Katz, Dark Eyes, 2000. Woodcut on paper, 26 x 21 cms (10 x 8 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery

The Trussell Trust supports a nationwide network of food banks to provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaigns for change to end the need for food banks in the UK. The Trust supports more than 1,300 food bank centres, providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty.

Athi-Patra Ruga, Even if I Exist in Embo… (No. 6), 2009. Lightjet print,
74 x 107 cms (29 x 42 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery

The roster of artists included in the sale is impressive. It includes Shirley Baker, Tacita Dean, Walker Evans, William Gear, Tony Ray-Jones, Edouardo Paolozzi, Zanele Muholi, Jo Spence, Athi-Patra Ruga, Wolgang Tillmans.

Zanele Muholi, Miss D_Vine 2, 2007. Lambda digital C-print,
76.5 x 76.5 cms (30 x 30 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery

All works are available to buy at discounted prices, ranging from £150 for a limited edition book of photographs by Linda McCartney, to £35,000 for a large-scale copper sculpture by Zhang Huan.

Zhang Huan, Buddha Finger (no. 10), 2006. Copper, 59.2 x 275.8 x 52.1 cms (23 x 108 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery

“This year we have presented a series of online fundraising sales to raise funds for charities, particularly those hard hit by the consequences of the pandemic. We are now organising an online fundraiser for the Trussell Trust as this time of year is important for individuals, communities and organisations to help food banks across the country. In light of the pandemic, more support will be needed than ever so the gallery, my wife Claire Hyman and I have donated these artworks and really hope that the 50% of the proceeds being donated will help.”

James Hyman, Gallery Director said:
Walker Evans, A Carpenter, Westmoreland, 1935. Gelatin Silver Print, 16 x 24 cms (6 x 9 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery

See all the artworks HERE

About James Hyman Gallery

James Hyman Fine Art Limited was founded in 1999 and aspires to deal in museum quality fine art of art historical significance in particular by twentieth century British Artists. The gallery specialises in modern British drawings, paintings, and sculpture, especially by the School of London. The gallery represents many artists and estates as well as having a deep inventory of paintings and drawings. Exhibitions have included gallery represented artists as well as high profile solo exhibitions of Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Pablo Picasso and Bridget Riley.

In 2008 James Hyman launched James Hyman Photography, working with vintage nineteenth and early twentieth century photographs, with exhibitions such as the photographs of Linda McCartney, co-curated by Paul McCartney and James Hyman.

As well as working closely with private collectors James Hyman regularly sells and loans to Museums and public collections and major exhibitions at the world’s leading museums.

Shirley Baker, Children Pushing a Snowball, Manchester, 1968, 1968. Gelatin Silver Print,
25.3 x 36.1 cms (10 x 14 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery
Sam Levin, Brigitte Bardot (Photoshoot with lace), 1963. Vintage C-type print, 30 x 23.5 cms (12 x 9 ins). Image courtesy of James Hyman Gallery

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