Fascinating and terrifying in equal measure. Nicely summed up by the book cover!
All the more fascinating for the personal letter within, from Christina Foyle, one-time eccentric chief of Foyle's bookshops. And a resident for 'six months, with tuberculosis, when I was seven'.
Part of the Procreate Project archive - residing at the Women's Art Library, Goldsmiths College, London
A day at South Hill Park, drawing dancers with Harriet Brittaine
As much as I thought I'd always hated drawing, I love drawing bodies. I can't do faces, and hands are a bit rubbish as I don't have the patience. But drawing dancers was even better. My favourite was the ballet dancer. No excuse for wobbly or out of proportion legs - the dancer had just the most beautiful legs. I have not done her justice.
The Ingram Collection at The Lightbox, Woking on 5th February 2016
A conversation about art by a collector and the artist that he collects.
http://miroslavpomichal.com/ Artist selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries.
Conclusion: totally eclectic/personal/random - Ingram is only influenced by what he likes. He is collecting new contemporary art whatever the source. But his taste seems conventional in terms of medium - painting and sculpture. It is about objects.
Visual & ideas
Jane is less fluid and more organised at: www.janeglennie.co.uk