Sleeping with Art: The Biggest Car & Art Exhibition In History will happen in the UK next month
- Sleeping with Art is the first and only yearly event uniting cars and art
- Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley Motors, Morgan Motors, Alpine, CALLUM Design, Polestar, Aston Martin Heritage Trust and Arash Motor Company confirmed to exhibit
- 80 artists, including the first time Camilo Rios (RioCam) will exhibit outside of the US
- Sleeping with Art will donate 10% of the sale proceeds of any art sold to UNICEF UK to support the Global COVAX facility
- Tickets strictly limited to 300 and available now at sleepingwithart.com
Sleeping with Art, a new immersive art and automotive experience will allow visitors to surround themselves with works of art and stunning prestige vehicles.
The exhibits will be displayed throughout the stunning venue, including bedrooms, corridors and gardens. Among the artwork, there will be art cars, rare classic cars, prototypes and racing cars displayed as works of art. The event will showcase artwork developed by eighty artists.
Sleeping with Art will take place on the 23rd and 24th September at Lemore Estate in Herefordshire and will welcome 300 visitors who are passionate about cars and art.
Among the automotive brands supporting the event are Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley Motors, Morgan Motors, Alpine, CALLUM Design, Arash Motor Company and others.
Photographer Gered Mankowitz and Royal Portrait artist Christian Furr will unveil a unique collaborative artwork they have created for the event, a one-off piece never shown before.
Among the 80 artists showcasing their work are Miami-based Camilo Rios (aka RIOCAM), Scottish Pop artist Stuart McAlpine Miller, US-based Derek Gores, motoring artist Paul Oz and car designer Robert Melville (McLaren).
It will be the first time US based artist Derek Gores will exhibit his work in UK and the first time Camilo Rios (RioCam) will exhibit outside of the US. Sculptor Margot Roulleau-Gallais will show a bust of British motorsport commentator Murray Walker created specially for the event.
In collaboration with UNICEF UK, Sleeping with Art will be fundraising for UNICEF, the charity leading the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation ever: The Global COVAX Facility. The aim of the initiative is to deliver 2 billion COVID-19 vaccines around the world by the end of 2021. Sleeping with Art will donate 10% of the sale proceeds of any artwork sold at the event to UNICEF UK. Members of the public are encouraged to donate via their JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sleepingwithart
Gordon Glick, Deputy Executive Director, Partnerships and Philanthropy, UNICEF UK said:
“We are delighted that Sleeping with Art have chosen to raise funds for UNICEF UK. The Covid-19 pandemic is the biggest and most urgent global crisis that children have faced since World War Two. The world will only begin to recover from the pandemic when people in lower-income countries have access to vaccines, tests and treatments. UNICEF is ensuring that no one is left and is on a mission to deliver 2 billion vaccines around the world this year. Funds raised will protect those most at-risk, help struggling health services get back on their feet and ensure that millions of children can go back to school.”
Multi-million pound cars will be displayed among works of art showcased throughout the grounds of Lemore Estate and in private and public rooms.
Sleeping with Art is a yearly event uniting cars and art, it gives the opportunity to automotive brands and artists to showcase their work to a select audience of art and car buyers and enthusiasts.
The event concept was created by Renata Fernandes from Five Star Trilogy in collaboration with John Cotton and Servanne Sohier from Art in Agency and Jack Traquair from Traquair Acquisitions. Sleeping with Art is supported by UNICEF UK and welcomes as key sponsors Artisan Coffee & Co, Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky, Jaguar Land Rover and Classic Racing Spirit.
Tickets can be requested via the website: www.sleepingwithart.com
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