With 50% of proceeds donated to Human Rights Watch and 50% donated to #CIRCAECONOMY (part of the Cultural Institute of Radical Contemporary Art), this powerful print is by Qazvin, Iran-born, NYC-based artist Shirin Neshat. The giclèe print on Hahnemüle Museum Etching paper features the Kurdish protest slogan, “WOMAN LIFE FREEDOM” in both English and Farsi. Neshat says, “As an artist devoted to making art that resonates to her people in Iran and internationally beyond just the art world, it feels like a perfect fit to work with CIRCA whose main premise is to make art accessible to a larger public, particularly in a time of crisis when people are looking for meaning and hope in the midst of chaos and political injustice.” Available for a limited time (until 30 October), the print comes with an individual number and a certificate of authenticity. Price is in Pounds.