The Ingram Collection’s monumental sculpture, In Memoriam by Elisabeth Frink, can currently be seen at the Royal Society of Sculptors in London. The loan coincides with Faces of Sculpture, an exhibition of photographer Anne Purkiss’ portraits of leading British sculptors in their studios taken over the past 30 years.
Created over 100 years ago, to advocate sculpture and the artists who create it, the Royal Society of Sculptors is now welcoming visitors to its historic home in South Kensington to explore a diverse range of contemporary work through original exhibitions, artists’ talks and creative workshops.
Faces of Sculpture: Portrait of a Profession, An Exhibition of Photographs by Anne Purkiss is open Monday to Friday 11.00am – 5.00pm & Saturdays 1.00 – 5.00pm. Entry free.