Biennale & Charity

london art biennale and charity
Councillor Will Pascal, Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea, drawing the winning charity raffle ticket in which a new Fiat 500 was donated

It is London Art Biennale tradition to give help to people in need. Over the years, tens of thousands of pounds have been raised and donated to Rotary International’s “End Polio Now” Charity, the Salvation Army, London’s Air Ambulance and Age UK. The charity cheques were presented by the Mayors of Kensington and Chelsea; Councillor Christopher Buckmaster in 2013; Councillor Mrs Maighread Condon-Simmonds in 2015; and Councillor Elizabeth Rutherford in 2017 and Cllr Will Pascall in 2019.

Fiat 500 donated to charity by the Gagliardi Family

Artworks by artists such as Andy Warhol, Pietro Annigoni and Jose Van Roy Dali as well as a new Fiat 500 car have been donated over the years to riase funds for good causes.

Lady Sophie Windsor with Argentinian artist Natalia Orlowski

The London Art Biennale 2019 was honoured by Lady Sophie Windsor who graciously inaugurated the exhibition and opened the vernissage. Lady Sophie is a person of exceptional creativity, talent and artistic sensitivity who is the perfect ambassador of the Biennale; a celebration of contemporary art.