‘Bending Time & Space’ Exhibition – Art V Cancer

Art V Cancer is hosting it’s second exhibition, ‘Bending Time & Space’ on 30th August at the 2022NQ in Manchester, raising money for Cancer Charities. Featuring screen prints, giclee prints and one-off pieces of art by amazing international and established artists including Tyler Stout, Joshua Budich, Raid71 and Godmachine.

Art V Cancer sells original limited edition prints raising money for Cancer Charities and was set up by the artist Raid71 (Chris Thornley) having received extensive treatment for a rare incurable lymphoma and is run in their spare time. Due to amazing support on social networking sites and from many talented artists who have kindly contributed including Si Scott, Stanley Chow & Alan Dalby – Art V Cancer has now raised over £8700/$13300 for CLIC Sargent (Children & Young People with Cancer), CALLM ( Caring for Adults with Leukemia, Lymphoma & Myeloma), Cancer Research, The Breast Cancer Campaign and Prostate Cancer.

Following on from the successful ‘Live Long & Prosper’ Exhibition last year, which saw many limited edition prints sell out (including a contribution from Sir Patrick Stewart/Captain Jean-Luc Picard), ‘Bending Time & Space’ is another opportunity to acquire yourself amazing limited edition pieces of art and help raise money for Cancer Charities. A full list of exhibiting artists can be found on Art V Cancer website.

For more details regarding the exhibition, please contact julia@raid71.com or visit www.artvcancer.com. You can also follow Art V Cancer on Twitter @ArtVCancer and FBwww.facebook.com/artvcancer and let us know you are coming on our Facebook events page!

final bend time poster

Raid71 – Bending Time & Space promotional exhibition illustration

sam octigan

Sam Octigan – ‘Stop’, limited edition giclee print £20

Matt Lyon

Matt Lyon – ‘The Time Machine’, limited edition giclee print £20

Ben the illustrator

Ben The Illustrator – ‘What’s That Thing He’s On?’, limited edition giclee print £20

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