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Art and Design / December 4, 2020

Here’s the art book raising money for MASI

Photo: ALLKINDS
Art and Design / December 4, 2020

Here’s the art book raising money for MASI

Words: Katie Gartland

ALLKINDS includes artwork and photography from over 100 irish artists.

A new art publication, ALLKINDS, has just been released. ALLKINDS was curated by Ais Brady, Crónán Creagh, David Archbold and Johannes Schmoll.

The publication features artwork form over 100 Irish artists. It showcases a wide range of disciplines including photographers, illustrators, typographers, filmmakers, musicians, designers, sculptors, writers, artists and poets.

Artists including Jonathan Daczkowski, Owen de Forge, Luke Doyle, Clara Dudley, Aaron Duff, Mark Dupré and Graham Field are featured in the book.

ALLKINDS includes work created over lockdown. The book’s proceeds go to MASI, who support asylum seekers in Ireland. MASI aims to end Direct Provision and highlights the injustice of the system.

ALLKINDS can be found across Dublin in The Winding Stairs, Indigo & Cloth, The Library Project, The Museum of Literature, Hen’s Teeth and in Visual Carlow.

Watch the ALLKINDS docuseries here.

Check out ALLKINDS’ website here.