In focus: How galleries and art dealers have shifted to showing and selling online

Huon Mallalieu, Country Life, April 17, 2020

'A London gallery that has been quick to put its exhibition programme online is Lyndsey Ingram, in other circumstances of 20, Bourdon Street, W1. Over the coming months, the gallery will offer a series of virtual shows, creating an ‘experience that will ensure continuity for the gallery’s programme and provide a dynamic platform where our artists’ work can be seen and enjoyed online’.


Until April 10, the exhibition is Georgie Hopton and Gary Hume’s Hurricanes Hardly Ever Happen. This will be followed by Tom Hammick’s Atlantica, from April 14 to 24; prints by David Hockney, from April 27 to May 8; Suzy Murphy’s Harbour Island, from May 11 to 22; and new work by Sarah Graham, from May 25 to June 5. The last is a new artist to me and I think her botanical drawings in ink washes, such as Paeonia emodi II, are magnificent.'