Postcards for Palestine is an artist-led initiative, and a collective call to action. It is made up of over 1000 original postcard sized artworks contributed by hundreds of artists from over 40 countries around the world. PfP was founded in October 2023 by artist Peter Watkins as a direct response to the devastating humanitarian crisis which continues to unfold in Gaza and the West Bank today.
Over 9,000 EUR was raised at two fundraising events held at Berlinskej Model Gallery, Prague and Claire de Rouen Books, London in early December 2023. 
All proceeds were donated to UNRWA and PCRF.

It was always crucial that PfP was international in scope, encouraging a plural and far-reaching voice to emerge. We wanted to do more than just fundraise, believing that our collective voice has more impact than anything we could achieve alone. Alongside raising funds, our goal was to create a platform for raising awareness, adding context, having in-person conversations, and providing a platform for artists to unite their networks in solidarity. 

PfP was founded by Peter Watkins 

Curated and coordinated by Peter Watkins
Website and graphics by Jonas Feige
Graphic design and Logo by Sharp Objects
Archive: Peter Watkins, Mojmír Bureš, Tereza Zelenkova, and Jonas Feige

Support: Tereza Zelenkova, Adam Broomberg, Lucy Kumara Moore, Dominic Bell, Flore-Adèle Gau, Mojmír Bureš, Jo Longhurst, John Patterson, Holly Antrum, Richard Bakes, Lenka Bakes, Oliver Shamlou, Marc Watkins, Lizzie Vickery, Rigoberto Gallardo, Giulia Ballarin, Hicham Gardaf, Keya Singh, Max Steudlein, Philomène Hoël, Lamija Čehajić, Tomáš Souček, Stephan Tuma, John Hill, and David Stearn.

Peter Watkins is an artist and educator based in Prague. His autobiographical work explores the subjects of loss, trauma, and memory—both collective and personal. He considers the subjects of archiving and remembering, exploring how personal histories can be preserved or lost through processes of memorialisation. Although working primarily with photography, he incorporates sculptural and installation elements into his practice, thinking spatially and materially about our experience with photography. Watkins received his MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art in 2014, and has since exhibited internationally, receiving several awards for his ongoing practice. His work is held in the collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland. His book The Unforgetting was published by Skinnerboox in 2020. He is currently Associate Lecturer at Prague City University.