Alexander Dakers will be exhibiting a mixture of new experimental techniques and designs through political, landscape and celebrity based paintings.
Dakers has been supported by Amnesty International since his first exhibition in 2013. In honour of the “Mothers of the Disappeared” and his grandfather Leopoldo Osorio. His grandfather was sentenced to 30 years under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet and released due to the work of Amnesty International.
This will be his first show in London as he brings these human rights issues alive through painting.
Dakers welcomes all Amnesty International members and members of the public to support a great cause and see some magnificent artwork.
We would appreciate your support for Amnesty International, to continue changing lives all over the world! We would greatly appreciate a small donation or the purchase of a raffle tickets at £3 (percentage of the proceeds goes to Amnesty International).
The winning ticket will be picked on Saturday 6th of September with prize being unveiled at The Strand Gallery.
Many thanks to Basia Gauden, without her love and support this could not have happened, also to a very special lady my late grandmother, thank you granny.