Fundraising editions by: Michael Craig-Martin – Wolfgang Tillmans – Tacita Dean – Isaac Julien

Prospect Cottage needs you now

On the windswept shore of Dungeness, visionary British filmmaker, artist and activist Derek Jarman (1942-94) transformed a Victorian fisherman’s hut into a sanctuary of art and imagination. Prospect Cottage and its iconic garden stand testament to his defiant spirit, and have the potential to inspire artists and visitors long into the future. But they are at risk. Help Art Happens raise £3.5 million to #SaveProspectCottage, and secure its future as a centre of creative activity – for everyone.

Choose your rewards

Every donation through Art Happens brings the campaign closer to its goal. As a thank you for your donation, choose an exclusive reward inspired by the project and created by the people involved – and take your very own piece of the campaign away with you. Please note that rewards will be dispatched once the project is confirmed to go ahead.

Michael Craig-Martin - Prospect Cottage - 2019

Michael Craig-Martin - Prospect Cottage - 2019Medium: digital print on paper in a portfolio designed by the artist.
Size: A4
With artist's stamp,
Price: £ 100

Wolfgang Tillmans - John Donne / Agave, Berlin Collage - 2020

Wolfgang Tillmans - John Donne / Agave, Berlin Collage - 2020A photograph of an agave plant that Tillmans took in his garden slightly overlaps the extract of John Donne’s poem ‘The Sun Rising’ that appears on the wall of the cottage.

Medium: Inkjet print
Size: 29,7 x 27,4 cm
Signed on front
Edition of 200
Price: £ 650

Tacita Dean - Location photography at Denge, 1999 - 2020

Tacita Dean - Location photography at Denge, 1999 - 2020Print of a location photograph taken by Dean during the filming of her 1999 16mm film Sound Mirrors. The concrete listening devices are situated at Denge, which lies just over the road from Dungeness. Derek Jarman himself used the long 'wall' mirror in a scene from  The Garden. In the text that accompanied the film, Dean wrote of how the mirrors were spared from destruction 'and left to stand, solemnly eavesdropping on the sounds of Dungeness into the next century.' She also  described  how Derek gave her back  the Kent and Dungeness  she knew as a child: 'The Garden was so full of possibility and magic and metamorphosis that it created a new conceptual place as well as reclaiming the old one.'

Digitally printed in support of Prospect Cottage 2020. Limited edition of 50, signed on front with special artist's stamp for the Prospect Cottage campaign on reverse

Medium: Digital print
Sheet size: 48.3 x 33 cm
Image size 42 x 27.2 cm
Edition of 50
Signed recto and special artist's stamp for the Prospect Cottage campaign on reverse
Price: £ 950

Isaac Julian - Prospect Cottage, 2007 - 2020

Isaac Julian - Prospect Cottage, 2007 - 2020These photographs, shot on location at Prospect Cottage in 2007, were originally printed as large scale lightbox works and exhibited in Derek Jarman: Brutal Beauty (curated by Isaac Julien at the Serpentine Gallery in 2008). Included in the box is the film Derek (2008) by Isaac Julien, also signed.

Medium: A set of five prints, the film Derek (2008) by Isaac Julien, in a cloth-bound presentation box.
Print size: A3 each
Limited edition of 35
The top print and the film are signed
Price: £ 1,250

These limited edition prints are available at Art Fund

 

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