Country & Town House feature ‘Somewhere in the Enchanted Garden’

Country & Town House Online feature ‘Somewhere in the Enchanted Garden’ in their ‘What’s On’.  Somewhere in the Enchanted Garden What? It’s that time of year when London gets taken over by beautiful gardens. Chelsea Flower Show is coming up, with numerous other floral displays running alongside it, including the Mayfair Flower Show and Belgravia […]



Luxury London recommends ‘Somewhere in the Enchanted Garden’

Luxury London, a multi-platform collection of lifestyle luxury, have featured our ‘Somewhere in the Enchanted Garden’ programme of events in their ‘8 Glorious Things To Do In London This Weekend ‘ see full piece below.   Somewhere in the Enchanted Garden by Tessa Packard and Lyndsey Ingram, Chelsea (from Wednesday) Renowned jeweller Tessa Packard and gallerist Lyndsey Ingram […]



Upstate Diary – Georgie Hopton

        Artist Georgie Hopton featured in Upstate Diary, No 8 – ‘Home Is Where The Art Is’ Read about Hopton’s balance of her urban London and rural New York life, her incredible studio space and her creative process.  Buy here 



Lyndsey Ingram featured in Art She Says

    Post-war print art dealer and business women: Lyndsey Ingram   by Reagan Brown March 15, 2019   “I have an instinctual response to paper,” says Lyndsey Ingram, founding owner and print dealer of London-based gallery Lyndsey Ingram located in Mayfair, not far from the bustle of central London. Specializing in post-war and contemporary original prints and works on […]



Georgie Hopton in Conversation with Louisa Buck

On Wednesday 13th March we hosted our first gallery talk on the occasion of Georgie Hopton’s exhibition ‘ Within a Budding Grove’. Writer and critic Louisa Buck speaks to the artist about the motivation behind her most recent work.   Watch the video below –



Landmark Exhibitions Lecture

  On Monday 4th February 2019, Lyndsey Ingram held a lecture by Henry Little, Associate Director of The Fine Art Group.  The talk covered nine epoch-defining exhibitions of the past century, including: The First International Dada Fair (1920), Entartete Kunst (1938 – 41), International Exhibition of Surrealism (1938), New Realists (1962), Primary Structures (1966), Live in Your Head. When Attitudes Become Form (1969), Magicienes de la Terre (1989), The Weather […]



Jane Hammond featured in Wildflower Magazine | Summer 2018

Arrived in the post, our copy of summer 2018’s Wildflower magazine featuring artist Jane Hammond. We are delighted to see Wildflower magazine give celebration to Jane Hammonds work with front page coverage showing Hammonds Elephant Vase with Basket Stinkhorn, Heartbreak Grass and Strychnine.  Purchase a copy here.



Letterpress Workshop with Kelly Reemsten | Friday 23rd November 2018

In celebration of our current exhibition Kelly Reemsten – Fix It, we opened our doors for a letterpress workshop, 7 Ways To Say Yes To Success, printing with artist Kelly Reemsten. Guests/ visitors got to create and take home their own unique letter press prints designed by the artist.



Lyndsey Ingram featured in Goop

Lyndsey Ingram Gallery is delighted to be featured in Goop’s recommended list of London Museums and Galleries.  “London is so packed with incredible galleries and cultural institutions that it’s daunting to know even where to begin. Which is why we’d point you here. Lyndsey Ingram’s tiny gallery is almost hidden down Bourdon Street, but once […]



Kelly Reemtsen – Gender Gap Portfolio

Watch Kelly Reemtsen’s stop-motion video presenting her ‘Gender Gap’ portfolio of nine photograuves,  with aquatint and screenprint. We will be showing this set of prints, among other works by Reemtsen, at our upcoming exhibition, Kelly Reemtsen – Fix It, from the 21st of November – 20th of December. 



A Conversation Between Martin Gayford and John Kasmin at Masterpiece Fair 2018

As part of the Masterpiece London Fair Talks & Education programme, the Lyndsey Ingram Gallery presented a conversation between Martin Gayford and John Kasmin as they discussed the nature of collecting and Kasmin’s Matisse collection.  Listen to the discussion here. 



Grangewood Stories features Lyndsey Ingram Gallery | Spring 2018

Showcasing the work of Jonas Wood, Damien Hirst and other leading artists, the gallery opened last October after it was carefully refurbished by Grangewood to create a flawless canvas for Lyndsey’s post-war and contemporary collection of original prints.  Born in New York the art aficionado has turned a personal passion into a successful business. We […]



Jane Hammond featured in Financial Times

Melanie Gerlis recommends our exhibition ‘Jane Hammond, Natural Selection’ in the Financial Times:  Can blockchain clean up the art market?  By Melanie Gerlis 25th May, 2018 Digital revolution in prospect; Bonhams on the block again; buyers get political; collector offers alpine pilgrimage  Christie’s mammoth Rockefeller auctions may be over, but there’s another chance to buy […]



Artnet News | From Matisse Etchings to Surreal Bear Chairs, Masterpiece London Offers a Master Class in Eclectic Collecting

Javier Pes highlights our Masterpiece London booth in Artnet News:  From Matisse Etchings to Surreal Bear Chairs, Masterpiece London Offers a Master Class in Eclectic Collecting By Javier Pes, June 28, 2018 Why not show your Larry Bell alongside a Renaissance Italian bronze? That’s the mantra of Masterpiece London, the stately summer fair that mixes up booths of contemporary […]



Jane Hammond show featured in Town & Country

The Best Chelsea Flower Show Inspired Exhibitions  Floral artworks and installations are springing up across London By Abigail Hartshorn 18th May 2018     This month, London is blooming with botanical exhibitions to celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show, from floral artworks by emerging and established contemporary artists to installations designed to bring nature into communal […]



Jane Hammond at the Beekman Hotel | Video

Jane Hammond discusses her artistic process as she creates unique works of art for The Beekman Hotel in New York. Watch the video here  



Suzy Murphy gives a talk about her monoprints at the London Original Print Fair 2018

As part of the London Original Print Fair’s VIP programme, Suzy Murphy gave an insightful talk on her inspirations and processes. Trained at St Martin’s, Murphy has painted her entire life and began making monoprints two years ago when she was drawn to the medium for its spontaneity. In a monoprint the marks can only […]



Jealous Live Printing @ Lyndsey Ingram | Featured in Jealous Newspaper | Summer Eighteen

This March the Jealous team headed to Lyndsey Ingram Gallery to hold a live screen printing workshop for the group show, My Favourite Colour is Rainbow. We never turn down the opportunity to show off our screenprinting skills to the public, especially when there is glitter involved! Here director Lyndsey tells us more about the […]



Mount Holyoke Alumna Gallery Owner Showcases Work of Alumna Artist Jane Hammond

In November 2017 Lyndsey Ingram ’01 opened her eponymous art gallery on a quiet, cobblestone street in central London. Her shop joins many other galleries in Mayfair, a posh neighborhood and international art hub. From Ingram’s space on Bourdon Street, it’s just a ten-minute walk to Hyde or Green parks. It’s just minutes more to […]



BBC London News feature Gander & White at Lyndsey Ingram | April 16th 2018

BBC London news visit Lyndsey Ingram, as Gander & White move an artwork to their warehouse. This special feature on Gander & White marks their 85th anniversary.



CNN Style | Glenn Lowry on David Rockefeller: ‘The last of an extraordinary generation of collectors’

‘Even in his 90s he enjoyed making long studio visits to artists whose work interested him, like Ellsworth Kelly and Jane Hammond, and he loved going to the galleries in SoHo and Chelsea to see what was going on…’ In May, more than 1,000 works of art and fine objects collected by banker and philanthropist […]



Inaugural Yoga Evening at Lyndsey Ingram

We hosted our first yoga supper club at the gallery last night with an hour of Vinyasa Flow taught by Saskia Vidler, followed by a delicious spread of nourishing organic food and juice provided by CPress.  Future yoga events will be held one evening each month. The next is scheduled for Monday 23rd April, from 6.30pm. Please get […]



Matisse is Within Reach | RA Magazine Spring 2018

Few art lovers would believe they can own a work by the French genius for under a thousand pounds but, as Emma Crichton-Miller explains, the London Original Print Fair is a treasure trove of affordable prints by modern masters… …London dealer Lyndsey Ingram was drawn to the market for quality original prints because, being most […]



The Art Newspaper | The talk of the piers: what VIPs are buzzing about at the Armory Show

On Pier 92, London-based Lyndsey Ingram Gallery is presenting a love letter to Manhattan via the 1960s screenprints of UK pop artist Joe Tilson, which depict New York landmarks such as the Empire State Building in lurid technicolour. Super-sizing paper ephemera such as postcards extolling the city’s tourist landmarks, the artist placed the prints in […]



Screenprinting with Jealous! | Saturday 3rd March

To celebrate our current exhibition My Favourite Colour is Rainbow, we opened our doors for a special screenprinting event with Jealous! Visitors to Lyndsey Ingram created limited edition rainbow screenprints with text designed by artist Adam Brigland. 



Polly Apfelbaum | Woodblock printing at Durham Press

Our current exhibition My Favourite Colour is Rainbow, features artworks by New York based artist Polly Apfelbaum. Reflecting influences of Pop and Minimalist art, Apfelbaum uses geometric and organic shapes to create abstract patterns in a saturated spectrum of colour. In this image gallery, we reveal her printmaking practice, and explore the complex methods used to create works such […]



Pop! Art in a Changing Britain | Pallant House Gallery

  Lyndsey Ingram is proudly sponsoring Pallant House Gallery’s current exhibition: Pop! Art in a Changing Britain. Drawn from the Gallery’s significant collection of British Pop Art, this exhibition explores how artists in Britain in the 1950s and 1960s responded to rapid social change, as Pop Art emerged as a means of addressing the rise of mass […]



Wall Street International | My Favourite Colour Is Rainbow

    ‘My Favourite Colour is Rainbow’ at Lyndsey Ingram is a group show of graphic work by contemporary artists exploring the colour spectrum. The exhibition presents artists including Polly Apfelbaum, Damien Hirst, Peter Doig, Anish Kapoor, Ian Davenport, Olaf Nicolai, John Giorno and Mel Bochner. This exhibition looks at the technicolour side of prints, […]



Blouin Artinfo | Damien Hirst, Peter Doig & More at Lyndsey Ingram, London

Opening later this month is a colorful group exhibition at the Lyndsey Ingram gallery. “My Favorite Colour is Rainbow” features the graphic works of eight celebrated artists, at the gallery’s London venue from February 21, 2018. The exhibition presents a group show of graphic work exploring the color spectrum, featuring contemporary artists — Polly Apfelbaum, Damien Hirst, Peter […]



Purple Interviews Miles Aldridge

  Miles Aldridge on “(after) – Projects with Harland Miller, Maurizio Cattelan, Gilbert & George” I meet MILES ALDRIDGE at Lyndsey Ingram Gallery  where his new show (after) – Projects with Harland Miller, Maurizio Cattelan, Gilbert & George hangs around us. Just the day before I’d done a reconnaissance style trip to check out the exhibition, which […]



I-D | Miles Aldridge on working with Maurizio Cattelan, Gilbert & George and Harland Miller

The photographer’s new body of work sees him collaborate with a few iconic artists, to tell a story about the power of imagery. Felix Petty “A door opening is the beginning of many great stories,” Miles Aldridge says, when asked about an image of the artists Gilbert & George opening the front door of their […]



Vogue Italia | Miles Aldridge (after)

After, dopo. Un avverbio che in sé conserva la forza del cambiamento che il tempo porta con sé. L’esistenza di un “dopo” infatti, suggerisce la presenza di un evento, di un punto rosso che divide la linea temporale dell’esperienza. Da quel momento tutto diventa diviso in “prima” e in “dopo”. Un semplice avverbio che apre […]



Miles Aldridge (after) | Private View 23rd November 2017

On 23 November 2017 Lyndsey Ingram proudly launched a show of new work by the acclaimed British photographer Miles Aldridge. Entitled (after), the exhibition is a response by Aldridge to works by the artists Maurizio Cattelan, Harland Miller and Gilbert & George. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with an original essay by Michael Bracewell […]



Wall Street International | Miles Aldridge (after)

“The photography of Miles Aldridge alludes to a broad spectrum of cultural, art historical and aesthetic references. In adapting the allure, honed artifice and abbreviated narratives of fashion photography to a more singular and filmic practice, Aldridge has become a master of hybridization. In his work, the tension of film noir conflates with Pop vibrancy… […]



Numéro | Miles Aldridge (after)

Maurizio Cattelan, Gilbert & George… Miles Aldridge shows his collaborations with the biggest artists       The photographer is currently showing his collaborations with three artists Harland Miller, Maurizio Cattelan and Gilbert & George in London, images all created for Numéro.  With the exhibition (after), Miles Aldridge goes back to his collaborations with contemporary artists Harland Miller, Maurizio Cattelan […]