Appeal for TOPOLSKI CENTURY
The 'Memoir of the 20th Century', renamed TOPOLSKI CENTURY, is Feliks Topolski’s visual record of the personalities and social and political events of a century that he witnessed and chronicled during a lifetime spent criss-crossing the five continents. This panoramic 600 foot long diary, donated to the nation by Topolski in 1984, has been exhibited under the railway arches of Hungerford Bridge next to London's Royal Festival Hall. There had been a steady deterioration in the condition of the paintings and the Memoir was in urgent need of refurbishment.
The Trustees of a registered charitable company (number 1103516) have restored and given greater access to the Topolski Century for future generations. The Trustees have raised some 95 per cent of the £3 million appeal and a remaining £150,000 is urgently needed for the Interactive programme and to complete refurbishment of Feliks Topolski's nearby original Studio as a learning centre.
You may make a spontaneous DONATION of any amount (small or large) - with a cheque made payable to Topolski Memoir Ltd and sent or delivered to Topolski Century, Arches 150-152 Hungerford Bridge, Concert Hall Approach, Waterloo, London SE1 8XU.
For further details on the Appeal and other methods of making donations please see http://www.topolskicentury.org.uk
All Topolski images © Feliks Topolski estate