It was one of those picture-perfect moments as they struck an artistic pose
A collection of leading Irish artists, among them Robert Ballagh, Helen Steele, Jill & Gill, Una Sealy and Asbestos, dropping their masks temporarily to reveal themselves for the launch of Incognito 2022, Ireland’s biggest online art sale in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, which this year celebrates its 25th Anniversary.
The event, which took place in the Atelier Now gallery in Dublin’s Charlemont Square, was the launch pad for this year’s art spectacular which takes place on Thursday, April 21, from 9.30am.
The collection goes live to view online on Thursday, March 31 right here on www.incognito.ie.
Find out more about how it all works right here.
What Incognito Is All About
The Incognito art sale is about turning art into a currency for care, with funds raised going to support the work of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, which this year celebrates 25 years. The foundation provides specialist home nursing care, respite support and end-of-life care for 412 children with highly complex medical and life-limiting conditions in communities across the country. This includes children under six years of age with brain injury, severe cerebral palsy, as well as those with a genetic diagnosis or a neurodevelopmental condition yet to be diagnosed.
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