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Incognito Art Show

You can pick up artworks from the likes of Nicholas Harding, Abdul Abdullah, Joan Ross or Lara Merrett for just $100 at this art show with a twist.
By Ben Hansen
June 17, 2022
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By Ben Hansen
June 17, 2022
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Ever wanted to have an artwork from Archibald Prize winner Blak Douglas in your home? What about Nicholas Harding, Abdul Abdullah, Joan Ross or Lara Merrett? Artworks from these acclaimed artists and works from hundreds of established and upcoming creatives are all on sale this weekend for just $100 as part of a new art auction raising money for Studio A, a Sydney-based arts company assisting with the professional development of artists with learning disabilities.

The Incognito Art Show is presenting more than 3000 A5-sized artworks from artists big and small this Saturday, June 18. The twist is, the identity of each artwork's artist is hidden until the piece is purchased. From former award winners to artists still mastering their craft, each person's work is presented without credit and every single one is available for $100. You can examine the collection online and hone in which artwork you have your eye on before the day. Then all you have to do is head to 2 Lacey Street, Surry Hills and pick up your favourite piece.

All art will be sold on a first-come-first-serve basis, so while the art show is on all day Saturday, and Sunday morning pending stock, it's highly recommended you get down early to ensure you get your hands on any pieces you have in mind. The auction opens at 8am and each buyer is limited to three pieces per person.

Browse the artworks and head along to support a great cause.

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