Brooklyn Beckham to hold art exhibition for Grenfell fire victims

Brooklyn Beckham with his new photography book
Brooklyn Beckham will be raising money with snaps from his new photography book. Photo credit: Instagram

Brooklyn Beckham has once again proven how nice the Beckham brood is, after announcing the proceeds from his upcoming art exhibition will be donated to the children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

The eldest child of David and Victoria Beckham was so moved by the devastating North Kensington fire on June 14 that he volunteered at a local church the next day to help victims, Teen Vogue reports.

Now in an art exhibition on Tuesday (local time), Brooklyn will showcase a selection of photographs from his debut photography book, What I See, released last week. 

The book is "a series of snapshots of his life. Each chapter tells a different story through pictures by and of Brooklyn Beckham, accompanied by captions and passages of text in his own words," according to Penguin's website.

The exhibition of 24 photographs will be held at Christie's in London's Mayfair.

Two photos have reportedly already been sold to the auction house's modern collectors for an undisclosed sum.