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24-Feb-2021 to 04-Apr-2021

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The spectacular Help Portfolio has made its way to Jealous North and is being displayed at the Gallery this month following its launch in November 2020.


We are proud to be exhibiting this collection of works at Jealous North, continuing the important exposure of the project after being exhibited at Jealous East and the Phillips Auction House earlier this year.

 

The Help Portfolio Exhibition includes work from sixteen important artists who have each made a signed, limited edition print generously donated to the Help Portfolio.



The project was conceptualised by artist Sue Arrowsmith, collector Christian Mathews, Director of Jealous Gallery and Print Studio Dario Illari, and Director of Cristea Roberts Gallery David Cleaton-Roberts. In early 2020 during the first UK lockdown, the team of industry experts set to create a portfolio of prints to raise money for charities that had been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Sixteen leading UK artists were chosen to come together to take part in the portfolio by donating their work to the project. The artists include:


Sue Arrowsmith

Margaret Calvert

Michael Craig-Martin

Jake and Dinos Chapman

Ian Davenport

Nicky Hirst

Idris Khan

Chris Levine

Paul Mcdevitt

Elizabeth Magill

Annie Morris

Paul Morrison

Remi Rough

Yinka Shonibare CBE

Mathew Weir

Paul Winstanley

 

All profits from the sale of this collection are being donated to sixteen charities, each one selected by the artists involved. So far, we have raised over £250,000 which has been split equally between the charities.




The Help Portfolio

2020

 

A Portfolio of Sixteen Prints Contained in Bespoke

Cloth Covered Portfolio Box

Box cover designed by Margaret Calvert

83.0 x 62.0 x 14.5 cm (Portfolio Box)

Edition of 125

£7,500


To buy the Help Portfolio click here


The works in the portfolio cover a wide range of mediums, themes, and imagery, distinctive to each artist.

 

Each piece has been specifically created for the project and printed at the Jealous Print Studios. The works feature a spectrum of printing techniques giving collectors a chance to purchase works including phosphorescent ink, gold leaf, blind embossing, and glitter overlays.



 

(From Top to Bottom)


Michael Craig-Martin

‘Gerberas’


Jake And Dinos Chapman

‘Colour Out of Space’


‘Despite making a joyful smiley face for the help portfolio, I am quite doubtful that it will have a positive impact upon the world, especially if it’s hung upside down.’

Jake and Dinos Chapman



 

 

(From Left to Right)


Paul Winstanley

‘Lilies’


Elizabeth Magill

‘Outlying’


Ian Davenport

‘Uplift’



 

 

(From Left to Right)


Yinka Shonibare

‘Thank You’


Matthew Weir

‘The Watching Hour’


‘Through the sale of the Help Portfolio, I am delighted to be able to support the valuable work of the unity project, who advocate for the rights of migrant families living in poverty in the UK’

Yinka Shonibare CBE


 

 

(Clockwise from the Top Left)


Remi Rough

‘No Consequence’


Margaret Calvert

‘Help’


Annie Morris

‘Flower Woman (After Le Déjeuner Sur L’herbe)’


 

 

(Clockwise from the Left)


Paul Mcdevitt

‘Bricks’


Chris Levine

‘Compassion’


Sue Arrowsmith

‘The Stars Can Only Get Brighter’


Nicky Hirst

‘Conservation’

 

 

Compassion is the name of the piece and what it's all about. Why isn't there a Minister for compassion?’

Chris Levine

 


Jealous are proud to be part of this fundraising portfolio supporting 16 amazing charities. In such uncertain times, the Help Portfolio has raised much-needed funds for charities that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.


‘We are absolutely delighted to hear that the help project has already raised £15k for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and we’d like to extend our thanks to everyone who has supported this fantastic initiative’

Fiona Dwyer, CE, Solace Women’s Aid

 

 

 

‘In what has been an immensely difficult year for all charities, the Help Portfolio is an incredible idea, a fantastic collection of artworks by leading artists, and an absolute lifeline for smaller non-profit organizations like Paintings in Hospitals’

Paintings in Hospitals

 




 

THE CHARITY BENEFICIARIES:


Unity Project

Shelter

Paintings in Hospitals

Diabetes UK

Trussell Trust

Albrighton Community Centre

Solace Woman’s Aid

Centre for Freudian Analysis And Research (Cfar)

Médcin Sans Frontières, UK

Greenpeace

Pancreatic Cancer UK

The London Homeless Collective

Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid

Whizz-Kidz

Teenage Cancer Trust

Asti (Acid Survivors Trust International)

 




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Jealous is a Contemporary Gallery, print Publisher and printing Studio, based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, with jealous north in Crouch End. We are known for our collaborative approach to producing high quality limited edition prints with many artists, galleries, designers and museums.

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