We are delighted to announce our shortlist of 37 artists for this year’s Ingram Prize.
Now in its fifth year, The Ingram Prize is a celebration of the work of artists at the start of their careers. Announcing the shortlist, Jo Baring said:
We are so happy – current constrictions allowing – to be presenting a physical group show of this year’s finalists. We have always believed that supporting artists in the years after graduation is vital, and this year especially, which has seen arts funding cut, and support for the arts seemingly decrease amid the pandemic, we are determined to make the 2020 Ingram Prize an even more valuable opportunity and support for artists.
The Ingram Prize Exhibition will take place at The Cello Factory, London from 20 – 27 November 2020.
Three artists will be selected as recipients of The Ingram Prize, and their winning entries will be purchased for The Ingram Collection. One of the prize-winning artists will be invited to give a solo exhibition in late 2021, and all the finalists will be invited to apply for a UK-based residency project in 2021.
The winners will be announced on Friday 20 November 2020.
Click here to see the full shortlist, and follow us on Instagram @ingramcollectionuk to meet all our finalists in the lead up to the exhibition.
IMAGE CREDIT: Heun Jung Kim, Tae Jung and Ha Ru1, 2020, photograph [detail]