An exhibition of envelopes on which artists have created visual responses to the title ‘A Letter in Mind: The Art of a Journey’ for The National Brain Appeal, the charity dedicated to raising vital funds for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London.
Over 200 works will be on show with exhibitors including Grayson Perry, Billy Childish, painters Gill Rocca and Natasha Kidd, Harry Pye – artist and magazine editor, Horace Panter – artist and bassist for The Specials, actors Joanna David, Phyllida Law and Kevin Eldon and comedian Jo Brand, illustrators Polly Dunbar, Chris Haughton, Tim Hopgood, BP Portrait Award winner and former head of the Royal Drawing School Catherine Goodman and contemporary British architects Professor Will Alsop and Amin Taha.
All the envelope artworks will be identically priced at £80 and sold anonymously at the exhibition in aid of The National Brain Appeal. The artist’s name and biography be revealed at the end of the exhibition.
The National Brain Appeal raises money for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square, London − it’s the UK’s leading centre of excellence for treating diseases of the brain, spine and the nervous system − such as brain tumours, epilepsy, stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and motor neurone disease.
Visit the gallery shop to view and buy works in the exhibition, each priced at £80.Return