Elisabeth Frink and the Ingram Collection
Wednesday 21 March 2018, 2pm – 3pm
THIS TALK HAS NOW SOLD OUT BUT WE ARE OFFERING TOURS OF THE EXHIBITION ON 18 APRIL LED BY MEL CZAPSKI, OUR KEEPER OF ART. MORE INFORMATION HERE.
Auditorium, Bucks County Museum, Tickets £7.50
Jo Baring, Director and Curator of the Ingram Collection of Modern British Art, speaks about the life and career of the renowned sculptor, artist and printmaker Dame Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993) in relation to holdings of her work at the Ingram Collection.
The Ingram Collection is a substantial private collection of Modern British Art amassed by Chris Ingram, entrepreneur and philanthropist, who began collecting in 2002. The collection is regularly requested for exhibitions and loans to both national and international galleries and museums. It is recognised as one of this country’s most significant, and publicly accessible, collections of Modern British Art.
Sixteen items from the Ingram Collection have been generously lent to Bucks County Museum for the Elisabeth Frink exhibition and can be seen on display in the Art Gallery from 10 February – 21 April 2018.
Booking for the talk is essential via the museum or online.