A fundraising night of luxury items, unique and fabulous experiences and art from many incredible artists. The event to date has raised over £4.9 million, vital funds that allow THT to deliver their mission and support people living with and affected by HIV.
Action Against Hunger is the world’s leading charity in the fight against child hunger, treating more young children for life-threatening hunger than any other charity. This fundraising auction of experiences and artwork will help them continue to do their life saving work.
The Auction Collective, House of Vans and Centrepoint are proud to present a fundraising auction of customised skate decks to help Centrepoint deliver their vital care and support to vulnerable young people experiencing homelessness.
The Auction Collective and Browns East present a private selling exhibition of contemporary art that looks to the future, teases with the theme of seduction, and explores our perception of icons. Available to buy now: June - March 2021.
This December, as part of its inaugural series of seasonal auctions, The Auction Collective presented The Christmas Auction, a group show and auction of 74 artworks handpicked from a variety of today's artists. Starting bids from £50 to £2,200.
Nottingham Contemporary is a leading centre for contemporary art. The Auction Collective are proud to be supporting their Tenth Anniversary Gala Dinner. This special event is crucial to laying the groundwork for their next decade of ambitious exhibitions and education programmes.
Motley and The Auction Collective present a collaborative extravaganza of jewellery and art. This first-of-its-kind happening celebrates a shared passion for making beautiful objects part of the everyday for everyone. Starting bids £160 to £8,000.
As part of its seasonal series of affordable art auctions, The Auction Collective presented a group show and auction of 48 artworks handpicked from a variety of exciting artists working today. Starting bids ranged from £90 to £2,800.
Since 1966, from its unique vantage point in London’s Soho, the 34-storey Centre Point tower has witnessed the ebb and flow of communities and customs, ideas and innovation. The glowing, two-metre high lettering at the top of the building as comforting and orientating as a lighthouse signal. When redevelopment began in 2015 turning the building from office space to flats the original the now tired neon lights were no longer fit for purpose and had to be replaced with LED lights.
Works on paper, textiles and sculpture from a selection of emerging and under-represented artists were brought together in this auction to celebrate each artist’s individual creative process. Starting prices ranged from £80 to £3,500.