The Art of Ping Pong.
A collaborative art concept that combines art with ping pong for special projects and events.

Each year we create our own collection of bespoke bat artworks in partnership with twenty-one of the most exciting, influential, established and emerging artists from around the world to create an exhibition, book and online charity auction.

All profits raised from this year’s auction are donated to the Alzheimer’s Society.



71A Gallery


Exhibition launch party

3rd November 2016, 6-9pm

Exhibition dates

3-8 November 2016

2016 auction
00 D — 00 H — 00 M
Go to the auction page

New for 2016

For those of you not lucky enough to get hold of one of the original artworks from the auction, don’t worry, we’ve opened a shop! So there are still ways you can take a little piece of the ping pong home.

From books, posters, totes and tees we hope you’ll find something you’ll enjoy!

The Art of Ping Pong x NikeLab

photos by Tom Hull

As part of the launch of the new NikeCourt x Roger Federer collection, that was unveiled at NikeLab 1948 on Wednesday 22nd June, The Art of Ping Pong was asked to collaborate on an installation of bespoke ping pong bat artworks to adorn the space.

The Art of Ping Ping worked with Toby Melville-Brown – one of the artists from last year’s Art of Ping Pong exhibition – to create sixty one-of-a-kind bats that were on display alongside the collection at NikeLab 1948 in London.

After three great years supporting BBC Children in Need, this year we are proud to announce we will be supporting The Alzheimer’s Society.

They are the UK's leading dementia support and research charity, here for anyone affected by any form of dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They provide information, practical and emotional support to help people live well with dementia, and they invest in world-class research with the ultimate goal of defeating it.

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Partner and supporters

The success of our charity auction relies on the help of all our generous supporters:

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