Philanthropists and art enthusiasts can combine both their interests by bidding on Shelter’s “Up My Street” fundraising art auction.
Forty artists, photographers and designers contributed their work to be auctioned off. Each piece is inspired by a particular street that hold emotional significance for the artist. Some of the artists include Jake and Dinos Chapman, Grayson Perry and Antony Gormley.
“In these tough times homelessness really can happen to anyone. We hope that people will get bidding to help us raise vital funds,” said Tracy Griffin, Shelter’s Director of Fundraising.
Preview the art here.