Cancer support at Pallant House Gallery

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AN EXHIBITION at Pallant House Gallery concludes on Monday (September 29) in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Every year, Macmillan and coffee company De’Longhi team up for the annual art auction involving a seven-day public art exhibition in London, culminating in a private VIP silent auction from October 21–27.

Organisers said the exhibition would showcase works by the likes of Polly Morgan, Idris Khan and Stuart Semple.

Pallant House is currently showcasing the following pieces of art:

- Idris Khan - Toscanini.... the last Performance

- Idris Khan - After... Karl Blossfeldt Art Forms in Nature

- Gordon Cheung - Unnamed Tulip 21 (Tulipbook)

- Stuart Semple- One of These Mornings

One of the organisers said: “The Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme is now well on the way to raising its target amount of £1m and has been helping support those whose lives are affected by cancer since its conception in 2007.

“The money raised this year will be used to help fund the Macmillan Support Line, a free telephone support service to help those living with cancer, or those who know someone with cancer, whether they have money worries, need advice about work or just need someone to listen.”

Pallant House also held a Macmillan coffee morning today (September 26), which was attended by dozens of people.

To see a picture spread from the coffee mornings around the area, see next Thursday’s Observer (October 2).