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Flight Logistics -ShipArt supports Migrate Art with contemporary art fundraising project – “Multicolour”

January 23rd, 2019

We love it when contemporary art and raising money for a good cause come together. Even better when we can offer support through our art handling services.

 


 

So, when Simon Butler the founder of Migrate Art contacted us to see if we could help collect artwork from international locations, and ship them back to London for an auction to help raise money for the global refugee crisis, we jumped at the chance. Simon formerly a client of ours from Lazarides Ltd was in need of an art handling company he knew he could rely on.

 

“We are both excited and grateful to be working with Flight Logistics for our upcoming Multicolour project. We wouldn’t want to work with anyone else, as their knowledge and expertise are unrivalled.”

Simon Butler – Founder of Migrate Art

 

Flight Logistics-ShipArtTM is currently organising the first collection from artist Zhang Huan based in Beijing. Further shipments will include artwork from Joana Vasconcelos (Lisbon), Pejac (Madrid), Annie Kevans (Dordogne), Nari Ward (New York) and Swoon (New York).

 

About Migrate Art


 

Migrate Art was born in 2016 from a desire to help those affected by the global refugee crisis.  Since then they have raised tens of thousands of pounds to help individuals and communities who have been displaced by war. In an industry full of red tape and bureaucracy, they aim to keep things simple, raise money and donate it to groups who can use it most effectively and help those most in need.

 

The Multicolour project

Migrate Art announced Multicolour, a new exhibition and auction fundraising to support those affected by the global refugee crisis. Some of the most significant names in contemporary art will create works using pencils and crayons salvaged from the Calais Jungle refugee camp, formerly home to a community of approximately 10,000 refugees, demolished in 2016. These works will be on view in a dedicated exhibition in March 2019 in London prior to their sale in an auction at Phillips in early April.

Arwork above by – Raqib Shaw | Richard Woods | Nari Ward | Sean Scully | Zhang Huan | Rachel Whiteread

 

Confirmed artists include: Anish Kapoor / Annie Kevans / Annie Morris / Chantal Joffe / Conor Harrington / Conrad Shawcross / Edmund De Waal / Gary Hume / Idris Khan / Jeremy Deller / Joana Vasconcelos / Jonathan Yeo / Keith Coventry / Kevin Francis Gray / Mark Wallinger / Maggi Hambling / Michael CraigMartin / Nari Ward / Paola Pivi / Pejac / Rachel Whiteread / Raqib Shaw / Richard Deacon / Richard Woods / Robert Montgomery / Ron Arad / Sara Shamma / Sean Scully / Swoon / The Connor Brothers / Zhang Huan

 

All artworks can be viewed online by clicking HERE.

 

Register your interest to visit the exhibition by clicking HERE.

 

 

About Flight Logistics-ShipArtTM

With our experience of handling works for galleries, individual artists and private collectors alike, we understand the intricacies of a fully bespoke art shipping service and offer a comprehensive collection and delivery solution for all manner of artwork. For more information, please visit www.flightlg.com, or if you’d like to discuss your requirements please contact us.