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Eyewitness MSF charity print auction

Group member Edmond Terakopian is one of the organisers of an inspired project to raise funds for MSF's Covid 19 relief fund. It's a a print auction of 66 prints by 42 photographers worldwide. The auction runs from now until 15 November and you can browse the catalogue and place bids here

Whilst in the COVID 19 pandemic lockdown, a concerned group of 17 photographers, members of the Eyewitness Collective, dispersed across several continents, came up with an idea: to collect a series of prints by members and by selected invited photographers, in order to raise funds for the battle against this awful pandemic. They have been overjoyed by the feedback and thrilled that so many photographers have donated their beautiful prints.

pc mckinley by dave sinclair

Photo: PC McKinley by Dave Sinclair

Over the past several months, they have secured a selection of 66 photographs. Among the more notable are an image by Magnum Photos' legendary photographer Ian Berry from his iconic series The English, an image by the renowned Vietnam War photographer Tim Page, an image by the celebrated photojournalist Tom Stoddart from The Sudan, the fall of the Berlin Wall by the prominent photojournalist Paul Lowe, timeless fine art prints by the creative Yoshie Nishikawa, as well as several celebrity portraits by the likes of Mark Harrison, Jason Bell, Nicky Johnston and Clive Arrowsmith, to name just a few. 

More info is on the press release which you can download here.

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