The Xmas BOGOF

Saturday 7th December 2013

11am - 4pm ONE DAY ONLY!

On Twitter: #XmasBOGOF @WWGallery

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WW Gallery is pleased to present its annual Xmas BOGOF, a buy-one-get-one-free fundraising art sale. For one day only (7th Dec 2013), WW Gallery will hold a unique sale of art works by a bold range of established and up and coming contemporary artists.

The Xmas BOGOF features an eclectic range of works donated by artists on the contemporary art scene. The participating artists include established figures from major collections such as Deutsche Bank, Saatchi Gallery and the V&A, as well as those who have won or been selected for prestigious awards such as the Jerwood, Threadneedle, John Moores, and Marmite.

The principle is very simple; all works of art are £100 and they are all buy-one-get-one-free. The sale will begin at 11am and will close at 4pm on Saturday 7th December. There is no preview this year!

The BOGOF is a fundraising event in aid of developing WW Projects’ non-profit initiatives. It is an opportunity to invest in the on-going work of WW as well as all of the artists involved and a chance to start an art collection or build upon an existing one.

To keep logistical and administrative costs to a minimum, none of the BOGOF works will be viewable online.


Full list of artists to be confirmed on the BOGOF webpage by 5pm 29 November.

How it works:

  • This is not an auction!
  • All works are on sale for £100
  • Buy One, Get One Free
  • First Come, First Served
  • Cash & Carry
  • Sale starts 11am and ends at 4pm on Saturday 7th December 2013
  • Feel free to share the flier image (above) on your social media pages, everyone is welcome!

For more information please contact Chiara Williams



Participating Artists

More to be announced and in no particular order:

Alison Wilding, Kirsty Tinkler, Paula MacArthur, Susie Hamilton, Chiara Williams, Boa Swindler, Joanne Hummel-Newell, Julia Riddiough, Emma Cousin, Alex Michon, Annabel Dover, Enzo Marra, Eva Lis, Sadie Hennessy, Sarah Bowles, Jarik Jongman, Phil Illingworth, Karl England, Sardine & Tobleroni, Claire Brewster, Scott Robertson, Mike Chavez-Dawson, Broughton & Birnie, Sarah Kate Wilson, Mindy Lee, Sarah Gillham, Mark Scott-Wood, Elly Thomas, Natasha Bailey, Siobhan Barr, Barry Cottrell, Florin Ungureanu, Nikki Plews, Zena Bielewicz, Luke Renouf, Roman, Evy Jokhova, Gemma Cossey, Gabriela Fabrowska, Alex Pearl, Amelia Critchlow, Alison Bickmore, Jonathan Gabb, Kirsty Harris, Jane Oldfield, Natalie Dowse, Julia Miranda, Jolanta Dolewska, Lisa Muten, Corinna Spencer, Catrine Bodum, Rodrigo Pires, Emi Avora, Nicky Hodge, Andrew Seto, Anita Makris, Tristram Aver, Ayuko Sugiura, Alicja Dobrucka, Kate Davis, David Moore, Kate Murdoch, Wendy Saunders.


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