It’s your last chance to see the Artists for Women for Women International exhibition at Christie’s before each of the 22 works are sold off at auction tomorrow. Contemporary artists Nadja Romain and Jenny Savile invited a stellar list of artists including Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Tacita Dean and Bridget Riley to create entirely new work in order to raise money for the charity, which fights for gender equality in the developing world.
“I have found it incredibly empowering to realise that by using my professional and personal skills to do a project like this one, I can have an impact on thousands of lives,” says Romain.
For every £100,000 raised through Artists for Women for Women International, the organisation can help 400 women move from victim, to survivor, to active citizen. There’s never been a better chance for the art world to change the world, one woman at a time.