Signed artist’s print by Conrad Atkinson; buy yours now and support Liberate Tate
Artist Conrad Atkinson has produced a limited edition print to support the activities of Liberate Tate. The new A1 sized work For BP is now available to buy in a limited edition of 75. All the funds raised from the sale of this print will support the work of Liberate Tate. As a group concerned with issues around ethical funding choices, it is important that we raise our own funds responsibly. Liberate Tate members are dedicated to continuing our voluntary work to free art from oil, and all funds raised from the sale of these prints will go directly to support the material costs of our performances.
Title of work: The Oil Ship | Date: 2013|Dimensions: 59 x 84cm | Edition: 75 |Price: £75+p&p
Conrad Atkinson has 10 works held in Tate’s collection. A well known trouble-maker and political artist, he even has two works held on display at Downing Street. His work often troubles power and makes explicit corporate and government hypocrisy. Conrad previously contributed to our publication ‘Not if but when: Culture Beyond Oil’. Check out his stunning new work The Oil Ship which presents a new twist on the Tate-BP deal.
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