2022 Ingram Prize shortlist

We are delighted to announce the shortlisted finalists for the 2022 Ingram Prize.

Now in its 7th year, The Ingram Prize was established to celebrate and support artists at the start of their careers.  Announcing the shortlist, Jo Baring, Director of The Ingram Collection said “We recognise the vital importance of practical support in the early years of an artist’s career. The Ingram Prize celebrates artistic excellence in contemporary British art and enables new talent to bring their art to the widest possible audience. This year’s 29 finalists are no exception, with remarkable work that encapsulates deliberately political and extremely personal themes, including identity, the Ukraine war and migration.

Three winning works will be acquired for The Ingram Collection. A further work, selected by Chris Ingram, will receive the Founder’s Choice Award and will be acquired for The Ingram Collection. One of the three main Ingram Prize winners will be offered a solo exhibition in 2023 at the Art Fund Prize-winning gallery and museum, the Lightbox.

One finalist will be offered a solo exhibition in Autumn 2023 at TM Lighting’s London gallery space, to be curated by Jo Baring, Director of The Ingram Collection.

All finalists will be offered the opportunity to apply for an artist residency project in 2023, given in partnership with Hestercombe Gallery, Somerset.

The 2022 Ingram Prize Exhibition will take place at Unit 1 Gallery ǀ Workshop, London from 24 – 29 November 2022 with the winners to be announced at the opening event on Wednesday 23 November.

The Ingram Prize is generously supported by Rawlinson & Hunter.

Unit 1 Gallery ǀ Workshop
1 Bard Road, London W10 6TP

Nearest tubes Latimer Road and Shepherd’s Bush

Private view
Wednesday 23 Nov 6.30 – 8.30 pm

Thursday 24 – Saturday 26 Nov ǀ 11 – 6 pm
Sunday 27 Nov ǀ closed
Monday 28 Nov ǀ 11 – 6 pm
Tuesday 29 Nov  ǀ 2 – 6 pm

Follow us on Instagram @ingramcollectionuk where we will be introducing our 2022 finalists and sharing their shortlisted works in the lead up to the exhibition.

All images © of the artists.


Our 2022 Shortlist