From Cindy Sherman to Yorgos Lanthimos, to Alexandra Leese, Tim Walker, Guen Fiore, Oliviero Toscani and Sunil Gupta, a group of 150 recognised international artists come together in aid of the urgent humanitarian crisis in Gaza, which has been under constant bombing and violations of human rights and international law since October – and for almost seventy years since the first Nakba. Through Pictures of Palestine, a project to raise funds for Medical Aid for Palestinians, the global creative community join forces to fight injustice and help those in need.
Unfortunately, we’ve covered many print sales in recent years as artists get together to raise funds for many different causes, from medical aid in the peak of Covid-19 to supporting NGOs and different organisations fighting against racism or LGBTIQ-phobia. This time, it’s the Palestinians that are crying for help in what is becoming the first live televised genocide in contemporary history, where people rally the streets asking for a ceasefire while their countries’ tone-deaf presidents keep supporting an Apartheid state because of economic reasons.
Through Pictures for Palestine, you can get prints of 8 x 11” for £100 until December 6. All the proceeds will go to MAP, Medical Aid for Palestinians, which provides vital medical care, working for the health of Palestinians.