The event, which will take place from 4-8 April at The Solomon Gallery, is Ireland’s largest single-gallery art exhibition with more than 1,500 postcard-size artworks available. The postcards will be available to the public buy for €50 – the twist is that no one will know the identity of the artist until after they buy the piece.
Artists submitting their work for Incognito 2018 include Tracey Emin, Richard Gorman, Rhona Byrne, Mo Kelly, Peter Curling, Anne Marie O’Brien, John Kelly, Mick O’Dea, Anthony Lyttle, Ed Miliano, Dede Gold, and Martin Gale.
Every euro raised will go to support their ‘Community Charity’: the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, and help them provide critical nursing care and respite service to sick children and their families across the country.
Their support of Incognito is just one part of the Firm’s commitment to the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation. William Fry has chosen to work with the Foundation in an agreement that will see them engaging in fundraising, volunteering and pro bono activities as well as donate €100,000 over the next three years.