An auction of photographs to raise funds for Refugee Support Europe

Webber Represents is to auction works by 16 photographers with all the money going towards Refugee Support Europe, a charity that responds to the migrant crisis

Photograph by Thomas Albdorf
Photograph by Thomas Albdorf

Photographers’ agent Webber Represents and Webber Gallery Space have launched a charity auction to raise money that will go towards Refugee Support Europe, an organisation that raises awareness about the migrant crisis and supports refugees with projects in Alexandreia and Filippiada in Greece.

Photography by Gregory Halpern
Photography by Gregory Halpern

The 16 participating photographers are all represented by Webber and have donated one piece each, selected by curators Chantal Webber, Daisy Parker and Dominic Bell. The list of artists includes Thomas Albdorf, Greg White, Thomas Brown, Daniel Shea, Marton Perlaki and Gregory Halpern.

Photograph by Mark Peckmezian, donated for the Refugee Support Europe Auction
Photograph by Mark Peckmezian

The live auction is now open and bids can be placed will December 16, for winning bidders to receive their chosen pieces in time for Christmas. All the photographs will be on display at the Webber Gallery Space on Wednesday December 14 from 5 to 9 p.m.

Photograph by Daniel Shea, donated for the Refugee Support Europe Auction
Photograph by Daniel Shea

Photographer Jo Metson Scott spent some time at Refugee Support Europe’s camp in Alexandreira earlier this year to record the crisis in photographs and voice recordings. While this body of work is not available in the auction, some of it will be on display at this event on December 14.

Photograph by Jo Metson Scott, donated for the Refugee Support Europe Auction
Photograph by Jo Metson Scott

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