The arrival is a collaboration with Thomas's School, Battersea, held in aid of the Glass Door Charity.
Pupils belonging to the school's 'Invitation Art Club', have taken inspiration from Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson's painting The Arrival in creating their own large scale oil paintings as a response to the Futurist piece. Their work, and sculptures belonging to younger students, will be shown alongside artists previously exhibited at the Square Gallery, Marine Lefebvre and Sin Park.
With first refusal going to pupil's parents, proceeds from the children’s works sold will go to the Glass Door Charity; London's largest emergency winter night shelter. From November to early April, Glass Door is able to offer shelter to 100 men and women each night, as well as providing food, showers, laundry facilities, and advice to guests. In addition to shelter and comfort, Glass door helps the homeless build a stable future.