An arty guessing game for a good cause
If you buy an artwork for €50 at the upcoming Incognito charity auction, you’ll only find out who painted it afterwards, writes Elaine Prendeville
‘They queued from eight o’clock the night before the opening last year,” Lucinda Hall says. “In the rain.”
Hall is smiling at the memory of the 2018 Incognito art sale, a sell-out success that raised €95,000 for the Jack & Jill Foundation.
The Incognito premise is simple: each postcard-sized artwork is sold on a first-come, first-served basis, at a set price of €50. But here’s the clincher: no one knows...
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