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Homeless artists’ works showcased

The new Supercity Art House sees the artwork of young, formerly homeless people exhibited and available for purchase.

Launched by Supercity Aparthotels, the Art House is a temporary gallery showcasing the artwork of homeless artists. Working in conjunction with leading youth homeless charity, Accumulate, all money raised will be used to support the local homeless community and the artists themselves.

Accumulate coordinates workshops across London that aim to rebuild the lives of young homeless people through art, including everything from photography to writing and jewellery making.

The Supercity Art House is open until 6 January with artwork on sale at Templeton Place, The Chronicle and The Rosebery in London, as well as online via the Supercity Art House website.

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