NAT's 25th Birthday Red Ribbon Art collection at City Hall.

NAT's launches exclusive red ribbon art exhibition at London's City Hall
To mark World AIDS Day (1 December) and NAT’s 25th anniversary, NAT is launching a Red Ribbon Art Exhibition at London’s City Hall.  The free exhibition will run from 27 November – 7 December and will be open to the public.

The exclusive art collection has been created for NAT by 30 high-profile supporters to mark the charitiy’s 25 years.  From celebrities – Annie Lennox, Gok Wan, and Dr Christian Jessen – to critically acclaimed artists –  Maggi Hambling, Rob Ryan and Robert Taylor – and fashion designers – Paul Smith, Matthew Williamson, Philip Treacy, Daniel Lismore and Giles Deacon – plus many more.

Each piece of art features the iconic red ribbon – the international symbol of HIV awareness and support – as its central motif.

Alongside the exhibition, each piece of art in this exciting and eclectic collection is also being auctioned online in aid of NAT.  The auction will close on the same day as the exhibition – 7 December – and bids can be placed online here.  Starting bids are as low as £50 on some pieces.


Red Ribbon artwork by Jasper Conran, Philip Treacy & Myself up for auction here here being displayed at City Hall, London till Dec 7th.