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28 February 2014

print of brightly coloured flower heads in pinks, purples and reds.

Marc Quinn: Radioactive Nurseries of Enceladus (in the Night Garden). Edition 4/20, Pigment print, 110 x 165 cm

Shape are incredibly excited to announce that they will be taking part in Bonhams' first contemporary art auction of the year in order to raise money to continue developing opportunities for disabled artists.

Some of the most prominent names in British contemporary art have generously donated their work to Shape, the UK’s leading disability arts charity, which will be auctioned at Bonhams' 'A Contemporary Edge' auction via live streaming on Tuesday 4th March 2014 from 6.00pm.

Jake and Dinos Chapman, Mat Collishaw, Angela de la Cruz, Tacita Dean, Sir Antony Gormley, Paul Kenny, Marc Quinn and David Shrigley have generously donated a diverse range of vibrant and original pieces, the sale of which will raise crucial revenue for Shape's work this year.

Please click on this link to view a selection of the stunning donated artworks, and to register for the auction and live streaming. 

Shape plan to continue to build relationships with successful artists who support their cause. Please check back after 4th March to find out the amount raised from the auction

Please click on this link to go to Bonham's website to go directly to the live auction

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