Leading photographers come together for charity

The Photography on a Postcard show will feature works by Martin Parr and Wolfgang Tillmans and raise money for the Hepatitis C Trust

Edmund Clark’s North Wirral Foreshore from the series Sites of Special Interest
Edmund Clark’s North Wirral Foreshore from the series Sites of Special Interest | Image: Edmund Clark

This month, Art on a Postcard, the fundraising arm of the Hepatitis C Trust, will transform into Photography on a Postcard with an exhibition at The Print Space in east London featuring more than 1,000 postcard-sized works by photographers such as Martin Parr, Wolfgang Tillmans, Jenny Lewis and Edmund Clark. The show is free, but £50 buys entry to a lottery in which the ticket holder is guaranteed to win one of the photographs at the end of the show. “Our aim is to eliminate hepatitis C by the year 2030,” says Art on a Postcard director Gemma Peppe, who had hepatitis C for 26 years before being cured. Among other activities, the trust works with the NHS to improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment of this disease. All profits from the sale will go to the Hepatitis C Trust.

A photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans taken during his sound and light installation at Tate Modern
A photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans taken during his sound and light installation at Tate Modern | Image: Wolfgang Tillmans
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