Last Updated on 12th May 2011

Luxury fashion label Louis Vuitton has opened a brand new charitable exhibition dedicated to the work of artist Tracey Emin at its Bond Street Maison, featuring all kinds of works of art for you, the public, to buy.

The exhibition is set to be a magical one, with plenty of limited edition pieces to get your art-loving teeth sunk into, including fifty hand-rolled, hand-stitched silk scarves that will be individually signed and numbered by Tracey herself.

The exhibit also promises to delight your visual senses too, courtesy of a new short film shot in Erin’s hometown of Margate, allowing you to gain insight into why this neck of the woods played such an important role in influencing Erin’s work as the artist reveals all to art historian Tim Marlow, reports Vogue UK.

All proceeds made from the exhibition will go towards arts projects at the Forest High School, Kikandwa, Uganda.

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