Jeremy Deller who won the Turner Prize in 2004 and represented Britain in the Venice Biennale in 2013 has made an artwork that will be sold in aid of The National Brain Appeal who help people suffering with dementia, Strokes, MS, and Parkinson's. All of the ink jet prints are signed by the artist on the back. They are made on a lovely silver metalic paper and are 42cm by 60cm so would fit in a standard A2 sized frame.
The print was very recently launched at the opening party for an exhibition curated by Harry Pye at London's Fitzrovia Gallery. The Always On My Mind show closes today (Sunday 3rd of Sept) at 6pm.
If you can't get to Fitzrovia Gallery (139 Whitfield St, London W1T 5EN today between 12 and 6pm and buy one in person (if you live in the U.K you can buy a print from the charitie's web shop for £125 including postage). Visit the site:
The phone number of the National Brain Appeal online shop is: 020 3448 4724 and email is: firstname.lastname@example.org They are unable to post the prints overseas.