Last night saw the launch of the second Incognito exhibition, where anonymously donated postcard artworks were sold for £50 each, to raise money for ROSL's education projects. 

With nearly 180 artworks adorning the walls, a queue was already forming at the sales desk before things even got underway at 6pm. By the end of the night, more than 40 works had already sold, with more than £2,000 raised for the ROSL Golden Jubilee Trust (charity no. 306095). Watch the video below to see where the money will go.

The artworks will stay in situ until the end of January, so if you would like to purchase any, you still can. If you see one you like, just email ROSL ARTS on rThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 020 7408 0214 x 213.

Alongside the postcards, the work of Eusebio Sanchez, a Spanish artist and graduate of the Royal College of Art, is also exhibiting his ceramics in the Central Lounge. Sanchez won the FRESH award at the last British Ceramic Biennial in 2017, producing colourful, playful shapes that embrace the materiality of the clay.

Take a look at some of the photos from last night's private view below.

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