The Ingram Collection Image: John Northcote Nash, R.A. (1893-1977), Bristol Docks, pencil and watercolour, 11 3/4 x 14 3/4 in. (29.8 x 37.5 cm.) © The Estate of John Nash The Ingram Collection The Lightbox houses and regularly exhibits The Ingram Collection one of the largest and most significant publicly accessibly collections of modern British art in the UK. Founded in 2002 by Woking born serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Chris Ingram, The Ingram Collection is available to all through its programme of public loans and exhibitions. The collection spans over 100 years of British art and includes over 600 artworks. More than 400 of these are by some of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, amongst them Edward Burra, Lynn Chadwick, Elisabeth Frink, Barbara Hepworth and Eduardo Paolozzi. The collection's main focus is on the art movements that developed in the early and middle decades of the twentieth century, and there is a particularly strong and in-depth holding of modern British sculpture. The Ingram Collection also holds a growing number of works by young and emerging artists and in 2016 established The Ingram Prize, an annual purchase prize created to celebrate and support the work and early careers of UK art school graduates. 2022 sees the publication of Revisiting Modern Art (Lund Humphries), published in association with The Ingram Collection and edited by Jo Baring (Director, The Ingram Collection). Through wide-ranging essays by experts in their field, the book explores how as the twenty-first century unfolds, views about our cultural past and how our history has influenced our present shift almost daily. Presenting new perspectives on established narratives, subjects range from British surrealism and the rise of corporate and public patronage, to nationality and British identity. Complemented by a range of striking images, the book shows the strength of the British artistic tradition while also encouraging the reader to rethink and explore the existing narrative.