Wolfgang Tillmans collects prints by 40 artists in aid of cultural institutions affected by Covid-19

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Wolfgang Tillmans’ Between Bridges foundation has launched a new project to raise funds for cultural organisations and projects affected by the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

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Titled 2020Solidarity, the project will donate prints from over 40 artists to a variety of cultural organisations to sell themselves, with Between Bridges covering the cost of printing and shipping to ensure 100% of proceeds reach the institutions.

2020Solidarity includes work from influential painter Marlene Dumas, Andreas Gursky, Mark Leckey and Tillmans himself, with participants including Berlin clubs Griessmühle and Renate, Brooklyn art gallery Blank Forms, and London-based mental health charity Hospital Rooms.

Tillmans first launched Between Bridges as a non-profit exhibition space in London in 2006, with the foundation currently working towards the advancement of LGBT rights, the arts, and democracy.

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