The Ingram Collection
at The Lightbox
The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art, on loan to The Lightbox, consists of over 400 pieces, and is constantly growing. It represents an exemplary showcase of some of the finest examples of work by British artists in the 20th Century, with particular reference to the post-war period.
The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art features throughout The Lightbox’s exhibition programme with free thematic gallery exhibitions, also on show throughtout the year, on all floors of the building are displays from the collection and on the ground floor there is the Ingram Sculpture Gallery. Check out the 'exhibitions' section of the website to find out about upcoming exhibitions featuring works from The Ingram Collection, or click on the below link to download our current events programme.
'2D: 3D' - an exhibition in the Main Gallery in 2008
The Collection highlights new styles and techniques in painting and sculpture, employed by British artists in the 20th Century and includes work by Henry Moore, Eduardo Paolozzi, Elisabeth Frink, Reg Butler, Eric Gill and Barbara Hepworth.
The Lightbox's education programme, built around the collection, enables visitors to be inspired by the works and provides mental health service users, students from Woking College, participants from The Lightbox’s Young Curators Project, and blind and partially sighted visitors’ unrivalled access to the collection.
Click here to download a copy of our current events programme to find out about upcoming exhibitions featuring works from The Ingram Collection.
To find out more about The Ingram Collection, visit www.ingramcollection.com
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