Current News and Exhibitions:

Ink Painting For Sale in Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Auction.
Christie’s auction house in London are selling the ink painting on paper shown above, in their Post-War and Contemporary Online Auction, which ends on the 12th of March at 1PM GMT. The painting is made with ink produced from the charcoal of burned trees in the Amazon rainforest. The sale proceeds will be given to Migrate Art.
For more information about this work or to bid, click here

Etchings available to buy from Atelier JI
5 limited edition, hand finished, signed etchings are available to buy from Atelier JI, a London printmaker and publisher. The works portray the interior of the Mosul Museum in 2018, and are printed with ink produced from charcoal, collected inside the partially burned out Mosul Museum, immediately after the Battle of Mosul ended.
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Ashmolean Museum: Near East Room
The work shown above is on permanent display at the Ashmolean Museum, (Oxford University’s Museum of Art and Archaeology). The work is located in the Middle East Room.
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Piers Secunda at the V & A

Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) Collection
The Victoria and Albert Museum (London) have acquired the print shown above for their permanent collection.
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Forget Me Not For Spain
Designed with archaeologist Nicholas Marquez-Grant the Forget Me Not memorial pin raises money to help Spanish archaeologists who are excavating mass graves in Spain, and returning the remains of the “Disappeared” of the Franco era, to their relatives.
To learn more about the Nome Olvides Por Espana pin, click here