Zebra One Gallery London launches Coronavirus art fundraiser

April 14, 2020

Zebra One Gallery in Hampstead, London has assembled 30 of their most celebrated artists to curate We’re All in This Together, a free virtual exhibition with ALL proceeds going to NHS Charities Together, which represents, supports and champions the work of the NHS‘ official charities.

The gallery has closed its doors for the first time in 42 years, during the coronavirus crisis, but its owner, Gabrielle Du Ploy, is determined to use art as a tool to raise funds to supports NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients, as well as providing a welcome distraction to those on lockdown, via virtual exhibitions, workshops and tutorials from her roster of artists.

The online exhibition can be found at and features extraordinary works by artists including Hayden Kays, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Dom Pattinson, Mason Storm, Rosso, Lucie Flynn, David Studwell, Nigel Stefani, Stuart McAlpine, Rich Simmons, Niki Hare, DS, Lee Du Ploy, Magnus Gjoen, Joshua Benmore, James Green, Joseph Loughborough, David Scheinman, Harvey B Brown, Carne Griffiths, Alexandra Gallagher, Jonathan Lawnes, Olly Howe, Michael Olson, as well as pieces by late art greats Marc Chagall and Joan Miro.

Gabrielle Du Ploy, said: “I can’t sit here and watch this crisis unfold, without doing anything.

“So I have rounded up some of our greatest artists to help raise funds for NHS Charities Together, who are working with NHS England and their member NHS Charities on a nationally co-ordinated response to the COVID-19 crisis.”

To see the exhibition, visit their website here.