Georgia Dymock, ‘Can’t get you out of my head’, 2022, Digital archival print on Somerset Satin Enhanced 330 gsm paper, deckled edge, 90.3 x 90 cm, Edition of 100 plus 10 artist proofs, £790
JD Malat Gallery and Georgia Dymock will release a series of limited-edition prints to coincide with Dymock’s solo exhibition Under Our Together in aid of Ukraine.
In the days since Russia invaded Ukraine, individuals and organizations have been stepping up to raise awareness and support Ukrainian relief efforts to aid the two million refugees fleeing violence. JD Malat Gallery and Dymock have chosen to join this heartfelt collective endeavour to help support refugees in urgent need.
100 limited-edition prints plus 10 artist proofs of Dymock’s painting Can’t get you out of my head, (pictured above) will be made available to the public this March. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to The Red Cross DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. The project aims to raise money to support refugees from Ukraine as they are displaced and in need of food, shelter, and medical assistance.
Through this collaboration, JD Malat Gallery and Georgia Dymock hope to play a role in ensuring that the vulnerable receive vital help.
‘We must act now to protect people caught up in this crisis, in Ukraine and its bordering countries.’ – The Red Cross
The DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal
The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) unites 15 member charities who are experts in humanitarian aid and specialists in different areas of disaster response. The DEC launches appeals during times of devastating suffering, which is the case in Ukraine now. The DEC’s vital appeal seeks to help reach families and communities in Ukraine and the border countries through providing the following:
• Providing food, first aid, clean water, shelter support, warm clothing, hygiene parcels and medicines
• Supporting hospitals and healthcare facilities
• Supporting fire fighters and civil protection units
• Training people up in life-saving first aid
• Helping families stay in contact with each other
• Educating people on the risks of explosives
• Repairing vital infrastructure
• Helping to repair homes, healthcare centres, schools and community centres