News |Ian Berry, Tom Stoddart among 42 photographers selling prints for Covid response

Ian Berry, Tom Stoddart among 42 photographers selling prints for Covid response

Ian Berry, Tom Stoddart among 42 photographers selling prints for Covid research
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Members the Eyewitness Collective, which spans several continents, have organised an auction of 66 prints to raise funds for Médecins Sans Frontières.

Some 42 photographers from around the world are contributing to the auction, which includes prints from photographers such as Magnum legend Ian Berry (image top), Tom Stoddart, Tim Page, Paul Lowe and others.

Many of those participating in the auction are multi-award-winning photographers from across a range of subjects, such as photojournalism, fine art, street photography, landscapes, portraiture and more.

All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the MSF Covid-19 appeal, which funds emergency teams.

The auction takes place at 5pm (UK time) on 15 November and there are no buying fees but there will be one standard postage charge for £35 per lot. For full details, visit the auction page.

The full list of photographers includes: Amelia Troubridge (UK), Brian Harris (UK), Clive Arrowsmith (UK), Crispin Rodwell (Rep of Ireland), Dave Sinclair (UK), David A Williams (Canada), Edmond Terakopian (UK), Fabrizia Costa (UK), Giles Duley (UK), Greg Finck (France), Ian Berry (UK), Ian Gavan (UK), Jason Bell (UK/USA), Jill Furmanovsky (UK), Johnson Wee (Malaysia), John Downing (UK), Marcus Bell (Australia), Mark Harrison (UK), Mark Waugh (UK), Markus Andersen (Australia), Michael Mac Sweeney (Rep of Ireland), Nick Turpin (UK), Nicky Johnston (UK), Nik Pekridis (Greece), Paul Lowe (UK), Paul Sanders (UK), Peter Adams (Australia), Peter Neill (UK), Richard Bradbury (UK), Rob Heyman (Australia), Rob Taggart (UK), Rocco Ancora (Australia), Ross Grieve (UK), Salvatore Dimino (Italy), Shane Balkowitsch (USA), Steve Scalone (Australia), Steven Neeson (UK), Stuart Wood (UK), Terry Harris (UK), Tim Page (Australia), Tom Stoddart (UK) and Yoshie Nishikawa (Italy/Japan).

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