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New Gallery Opening | November 7th 2017

 

Lyndsey Ingram is delighted to announce the launch of her new gallery at 20 Bourdon Street in Mayfair, opening on 7 November. This gallery – her first permanent space – is located in a converted Victorian stable building just north of Berkeley Square. Solely dedicated to original prints and works on paper by important post-war and contemporary artists, Lyndsey Ingram will stage an exhibition programme of three to four museum-quality shows per year. Recognised as one of the leading international print dealers, Ingram specialises in British and American printmaking from the second half of the twentieth century to today. She handles graphic work by artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella, David Hockney, Donald Judd, Robert Mangold, Anish Kapoor, Bridget Riley, Peter Doig and Grayson Perry. The gallery also works with contemporary artists such as Harland Miller, Jane Hammond, Miles Aldridge and Sarah Graham. The gallery participates in major international art fairs, including the Armory Show New York, Masterpiece London, Art Miami, and the London Original Print Fair. The gallery launches with a hang of original prints by modern masters, including iconic works by David Hockney, artist’s proofs by Wayne Thiebaud direct from the artist’s studio and prints by Jonas Wood, Walton Ford, Grayson Perry and Peter Doig.

– Photography by Stephanie Wolff