Artist, eco-activist, and philanthropist Natalia Kapchuk participated in one of London’s most prestigious annual charity auctions, The Auction 2024, held at the remarkable Christie’s Auction House

From March 26th to April 16th, renowned artist, eco-activist, and philanthropist Natalia Kapchuk donated the art piece entitled “Sad Bulldog” (2019) to The Auction 2024, a charitable initiative orchestrated by Terrence Higgins Trust in collaboration with The Auction Collective.

This distinguished event took place on April 15th within the esteemed confines of Christie’s Auction House. “Sad Bulldog,” characterized by its vibrant hues and intricate mixed media execution, emerged from Kapchuk’s artistic endeavors in 2019, during a period of methodological exploration aimed at defining her distinctive artistic voice. Additionally, “Sad Bulldog” (2019) was prominently featured as lot number 49 in a timed auction, accessible until April 16th via The Auction Collective’s online platform. Ultimately, the artwork was sold, with all proceeds channeled towards advancing the noble initiatives of the Terrence Higgins Trust.

Terrence Higgins Trust, an esteemed UK-based charitable organization, fervently advocates for HIV and sexual health awareness while concurrently providing essential services to affected communities. Revered as the premier HIV and AIDS advocacy entity in the United Kingdom and the largest of its kind in Europe, the Trust occupies a paramount position in the realm of public health advocacy.

The Auction 2024 is a key fundraising event that presents a curated selection of exclusive items, unparalleled experiences, and significant works of art available for discerning bidders, thereby facilitating substantial contributions towards the laudable endeavors championed by the Terrence Higgins Trust. Last year, renowned artists such as Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, and Anish Kapoor supported the event with their captivating creations.