RESULTS: Multicolour achieves a 96% sell through rate, and realises over £100,000 for Migrate Art’s four charities

Multicolour, a project by Migrate Art, saw many of the world’s leading artists – among them Sean Scully, Rachel Whiteread, Kevin Francis Gray, Pejac and Connor Harrington – create works using the pencils salvaged from the Calais refugee camp, formerly home to a community of approximately 10,000 people. Migrate Art’s founder, Simon Butler, developed Multicolour as an innovative response to raising funds to support those most affected by the refugee crisis. The 32 works were sold as part of Phillips’ ‘New Now’ sale on the 11 April, and saw a 96% sell through rate, raising over £100,000 for Migrate Art’s four charities. To hear more about how that money will be spent sign up now.

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