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Gallery: Ingleby Gallery

Art fair: ART BASEL, Miami Beach 2019

Artists: Andrew Cranston, Garry Fabian Miller, Moyna Flannigan

Ingleby Gallery opened in 1998 and has since earned a reputation for an innovative exhibitions programme guided by a belief in intellectual precision and excellence in presentation, staging museum quality exhibitions in a private context.\n\nThe strength of the Gallery exhibition programme is evidenced by the fact that these exhibitions are frequently re-staged in museums.

In recent years Ingleby Gallery shows have toured to Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin and the MAC, Belfast.\n\nFrom the outset the gallery has been committ... more >>
Ingleby Gallery opened in 1998 and has since earned a reputation for an innovative exhibitions programme guided by a belief in intellectual precision and excellence in presentation, staging museum quality exhibitions in a private context.\n\nThe strength of the Gallery exhibition programme is evidenced by the fact that these exhibitions are frequently re-staged in museums.

In recent years Ingleby Gallery shows have toured to Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin and the MAC, Belfast.\n\nFrom the outset the gallery has been committed to a programme that combines exhibiting established artists of international standing, and nurturing artists in the early stages of their careers. In May 2018 the gallery moved to a new 6,000 square foot site, in a historic building in the centre of the city which has been described by Frieze as 'exquisite', by the Financial Times as 'stunning' and by the Independent (I-News) as 'one of the most beautiful commercial galleries in Britain'. \n\nIngleby works closely with museums in Scotland, the UK and further afield and have recently placed work on behalf of our artists to significant public collections including: the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; GOMA Glasgow, The British Museum, London; Tate, London; the V\u0026amp;A, London; MIMA, Middlesborough; the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff; the Arts Council Collection, London; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York; The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard; the RISD Collection; Rhode Island; The FRAC at Franche-comte, the FRAC at Besancon; the Musée d'Art Classique, Mougins, the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide and the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne


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