Ingleby Gallery

Ingleby Gallery, established in Edinburgh in 1998, has gained an international reputation for its ambitious programme of exhibitions and off site projects by established and emerging artists.

Brandon Logan's exhibition, 'Dog Rose', is now on view at Ingleby until 9 March 2024. ✨It’s not often that an artist app...
01/02/2024

Brandon Logan's exhibition, 'Dog Rose', is now on view at Ingleby until 9 March 2024. ✨

It’s not often that an artist appears with a genuinely new way of making abstract art, but Brandon Logan (b.1996) did precisely this with his degree show from Edinburgh College of Art in 2019, and just four years later he has cemented his growing reputation with his first museum show - at the Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, in the Orkney Islands where he grew up, and where he has since returned to live and work. 'Dog Rose' is his first exhibition at Ingleby. 💫

"The cycles of seasons mirror the human cycles of birth, life, death, as a history constantly happening, constantly beginning in a sense. Time becomes something very physically apparent when in the islands themselves, where the remnants of past lives are so visible, in ruins and wrecks. If I work by a repetitive, potentially time-based process, it might be in part due to these considerations. I think for me there is a small comfort in accepting the passage of time while repeating the same process over and over again."
- Brandon Logan ✨

For information on available works, please get in touch at [email protected].

It's the final week this week to see Nick Goss's marvellous exhibition, 'Smickel Inn, Balcony of Europe', an exhibition ...
13/12/2023

It's the final week this week to see Nick Goss's marvellous exhibition, 'Smickel Inn, Balcony of Europe', an exhibition of new paintings and watercolours by the artist.
It is not one to be missed. 🌟

We are open this week from Wednesday - Thursday and Saturday, from 11am - 5pm, and we are open for a half day on Friday, closing early at 1pm.

Thank you everyone for coming!
30/09/2023

Thank you everyone for coming!

Nick Goss | Smickel Inn, Balcony of Europe30 September - 16 December 2023Opening today | Saturday 30 September, 11am-1pm...
30/09/2023

Nick Goss | Smickel Inn, Balcony of Europe
30 September - 16 December 2023

Opening today | Saturday 30 September, 11am-1pm
Coffee by Artisan Roast, Bloody Marys by X MUSE vodka
Everyone welcome

Goss’s works often evoke what he terms ‘non-places’ – zones between the land and the sea, places of departure and arrival, vessels and vehicles – a state of mind as much as a physical location…while there are relationships to locations in the real world… each is used as a vessel for a feeling or a collection of sense responses, as though Goss was using them to help pin down a fleeting feeling experienced in a daydream. The peculiar alchemy of his paintings lies not in their ability to convey the atmosphere of an actual place, but to construct an image of a location that evokes a kind of déjà vu. The feeling comes before the work.’
- Hettie Judah

Smickel Inn, a new hardback 116pp publication devoted to the artist’s recent paintings has been published by Ingleby, Matthew Brown and Anomie to coincide with the opening of the exhibition. As well as a collection of his paintings, the book includes an essay by Hettie Judah, and an conversation between Nick Goss and Michael Armitage.

Publications are £30, plus postage and packaging costs.
Please contact [email protected] to order a copy.

Come and meet us at booth B11 over the course of Tokyo Gendai art fair, where we are exhibiting work by Andrew Cranston,...
06/07/2023

Come and meet us at booth B11 over the course of Tokyo Gendai art fair, where we are exhibiting work by Andrew Cranston, Nick Goss, Callum Innes, Garry Fabian Miller, Jonathan Owen, Katie Paterson & Caroline Walker 🔥

For further information, please don't hesitate to get in touch at [email protected] 📩

Andrew Cranston's solo exhibition, 'Never a joiner', is now open.The exhibition will run until 16 September 2023.You can...
20/06/2023

Andrew Cranston's solo exhibition, 'Never a joiner', is now open.

The exhibition will run until 16 September 2023.

You can visit us from Wed - Sat, 11am - 5pm as usual ✨✨

10/05/2023

Please join us this Saturday 13 May 2023 at 3pm. 🎉

David Austen and Hisham Matar will be in conversation at 3pm, followed by a book signing of 'The Boys: an Adventure', an artists' book combining Matar's words and Austen's drawings, celebrating their collaboration on their current show at Ingleby.

Please note the event is not ticketed, admission is free, and all are welcome.

Pictured: (top) Portrait of Hisham Matar. Photograph: Diana Matar.
(Bottom) Portrait of David Austen. Photograph: John McKenzie.

Ingleby Gallery, established in Edinburgh in 1998, has gained an international reputation for its am

TWENTY-FIVE2006 ( #9)SUSAN DERGESTwenty-Five is an exhibition celebrating 25 years of the gallery’s history - one work f...
11/02/2023

TWENTY-FIVE
2006 ( #9)
SUSAN DERGES

Twenty-Five is an exhibition celebrating 25 years of the gallery’s history - one work for each year. More information on the show (and a brief history of the gallery) can be found in the link in our bio.

Like Garry Fabian Miller and Thomas Joshua Cooper, Susan Derges looks to the history of photography to explore new ways of picture making in the present day. We first showed her work in 1999 alongside the aerial photographer Patricia Macdonald and made solo shows in 2002 and 2006 which focussed on her work made at night on the river and at the edge of the sea – works which have something of the micro and macrocosm about them – simultaneously offering a close-up of life, and a sense of something viewed from the edge of space. In recent years, as her original, analogue materials have become extinct, she has pursued new ways of making images in the digital age, but her focus has remained firmly fixed on the natural world, allowing her to act as she has described ‘as a channel through which natural events can be made visible’.

Pictured: 'Cascade i, ii and iii', 2020
Fujicolour crystal archive print
3 parts, Edition 2 of 2
170.6 x 66.5 x 4.5 cm each part (framed)

TWENTY-FIVE2001 ( #4)DAVID AUSTEN2001 saw our first exhibition with David Austen, another artist with whom we continue t...
04/02/2023

TWENTY-FIVE
2001 ( #4)
DAVID AUSTEN

2001 saw our first exhibition with David Austen, another artist with whom we continue to work closely over 20 years later, and whose project 'The Boys: an adventure', a collaboration with the author Hisham Matar, will be shown in the gallery this spring. David is a polymathic magpie - gathering ideas for his paintings, drawings, sculpture, and films from a deep knowledge of literature and art history. The linking of word and image is a constant in his work, as is the teasing of unlikely connections between seemingly unrelated elements to make something that seems, well, just right.

Pictured: 'Little Ocean (red) and Sailor' , 2022
oil on flax canvas (diptych)
30.5 x 25.4 cm (each canvas)

TWENTY-FIVE  #2 Callum InnesCallum took part in our very first exhibition in July 1998 and, like Finlay (yesterday’s pos...
02/02/2023

TWENTY-FIVE #2

Callum Innes

Callum took part in our very first exhibition in July 1998 and, like Finlay (yesterday’s post) he is an artist who has chosen to stay in Scotland, despite building his reputation across the world. Callum’s friendship and support have been hugely important to us over the past 25 years during which time we have made six solo exhibitions, beginning with our first for the Edinburgh Festival in 1999. We look forward to the seventh.

For Twenty-Five we are exhibiting one of his newest series of works, a ‘tondo’ painting made on a (not quite) circular plywood panel. A further development the unique language of abstraction that he has explored for 30 years, based on the play of additive and subtractive processes, but with a new materiality offered by the grain of the wood and correspondingly subtle shifts in the physicality of the work itself.

Image [1] Untitled, 2022, oil on birch ply, 180x175cms
Image [2] Callum Innes photographed in 1999 by Thomas Joshua Cooper
Image [3] Callum Innes 2nd February 2023

Twenty-Five exhibition (to see all of the works in the show, and a short history of the gallery, the link is in our bio)...
01/02/2023

Twenty-Five exhibition (to see all of the works in the show, and a short history of the gallery, the link is in our bio)

We opened the gallery in the summer of 1998 on the ground floor of a building that was also our home. We had two tiny daughters, Molly and Edie (unfortunately both afflicted with chickenpox on the day of the opening) a paucity of experience, and a first show that we titled, imaginatively, Opening Exhibition. It showcased a small group of Scottish artists whose work was seldom seen at home, including Callum Innes, Craigie Aitchison and of course Ian Hamilton Finlay. Ian’s position as an artist at the forefront of the European avantgarde (despite his never leaving his home in the Pentland Hills) was an inspiration for a gallery from Scotland with aspirations to develop an international reach.

Ian’s work has been a part of our lives ever since, and in our current premises at the Glasite Meeting House we have a permanent display of his prints and paper works in the building’s original kitchen - the kitchen being at the heart of things and where we think Ian would almost certainly have been most comfortable. For Twenty-Five this display is joined by a sculptural work with an appropriately domestic twist.

Matisse Chez Duplay takes the form of an open wooden cabinet in which hang 20 ceramic mugs, each bearing a line from the Alphonse de Lamartine’s French Revolutionary memoir ‘History of the Girondists’:

The chamber of the deputy of Arras contained only a wooden bedstead, covered with blue damask ornamented with white flowers, a table and four straw-bottomed chairs.

A depiction which might recall an interior by Matisse, but which in fact describes Robespierre’s room in the house of Maurice Duplay, the cabinet maker who gave him shelter from the authorities, and in so doing pitched a simple life into the disorder of the day.

Twenty-Five is an exhibition to celebrate 25 years of the gallery, with each year represented by the work of an artist w...
31/01/2023

Twenty-Five is an exhibition to celebrate 25 years of the gallery, with each year represented by the work of an artist who made an exhibition that year. The show is installed across the whole building, alongside the work of other artists with whom we are proud to work.

A year by year account beginning with 1998 starts tomorrow but, for now, here is a view of the first floor.

Twenty-Five is a show that celebrates the past quarter century with each year represented by the work of an artist who m...
27/01/2023

Twenty-Five is a show that celebrates the past quarter century with each year represented by the work of an artist who made an exhibition in that year. 25 works by 25 artists to celebrate our birthday, and then a few more by others who have played a part in our programme since we first opened our doors because… well, because we can.

The works are installed across the whole building, and the exhibition is open from tomorrow (please note though we aren’t having an “opening event” as will celebrate later 🎉). Twenty-Five runs until the end of March

Reflecting on some special moments last year in 2022.On the occasion of James Hugonin’s wonderful exhibition at the star...
19/01/2023

Reflecting on some special moments last year in 2022.

On the occasion of James Hugonin’s wonderful exhibition at the start of the year, we hosted our first live performance in the gallery, a rendition of Julian Eastman’s 'Gay Guerrilla’ performed by four very talented pianists (Theo Vickers, Ifeanyichukwu Ezinmadu, Oskar Jones, Sarah Smith, Esther Leung & Zain Cruickshank) and composed by John Casken and Martin Parker from ✨

They performed in front of a solo presentation of paintings that marked the end of Hugonin’s most recent series at the time, collectively titled 'Fluctuations in Elliptical Form', a sequence of eight extraordinary paintings begun in 2015 and completed at the end of 2021. Seven of the eight paintings were reunited for the exhibition💥

Sending the warmest of wishes, seasonal and otherwise from us all  💫Please note that the gallery will be closed for the ...
17/12/2022

Sending the warmest of wishes, seasonal and otherwise from us all 💫

Please note that the gallery will be closed for the festive period until Thursday 5th of January - when we will be back in the offices. The full exhibition programme will restart on Saturday 28 January, with a group exhibition celebrating 25 years of Ingleby. We look forward to seeing you then ☄️

As Art Basel Miami Beach draws to a close (it’s the final day tomorrow) here are some details of the works we’ve been en...
02/12/2022

As Art Basel Miami Beach draws to a close (it’s the final day tomorrow) here are some details of the works we’ve been enjoying sharing our days with: Andrew Cranston, Caroline Walker, Frank Walter, Andrew Miller

The second day of Art Basel Miami. Presented on our booth (H23) is work by Lorna Robertson, Nick Goss, Andrew Miller, Da...
30/11/2022

The second day of Art Basel Miami. Presented on our booth (H23) is work by Lorna Robertson, Nick Goss, Andrew Miller, David Batchelor, David Austen, Andrew Cranston and Frank Walter

Happy to announce that we are working with Nick Goss, (alongside Josh Lilley , London and CFA Berlin) and are presenting...
29/11/2022

Happy to announce that we are working with Nick Goss, (alongside Josh Lilley , London and CFA Berlin) and are presenting his compellingly evocative painting ‘Loano Beach’ this week at Art Basel Miami. We’re looking forward to an exhibition of his work in October 2023.

Nick Goss (b. Bristol, 1981) is an Anglo Dutch painter whose (essentially figurative) paintings suggest apparently contradictory readings. On one hand there is the recognisable specificity of objects and environments rooted in factual, documentary reality: a photographic starting point perhaps, or an archival image offering an intensely palpable sense of place or experience. On the other there is always something more liminal at play - an uncertainty and otherness that never quite explains itself.

It is in this ambiguity and sometimes dreamlike strangeness that these images reveal their power and presence. They have an unreliable relationship to time, being connected to memory and a kind of nostalgia, and yet existing precisely in their own moment. They are built slowly in thin layers of often muted pigment over screen-printed images, with small shifts of focus that simultaneously coalesce and fragment. At times they slide towards abstraction in form, but never in mood, which almost always remains resolutely tangible.

And so it begins… the first painting on the wall at Art Basel Miami Beach.  Alex and Calvin hanging Lorna Robertson’s “T...
27/11/2022

And so it begins… the first painting on the wall at Art Basel Miami Beach. Alex and Calvin hanging Lorna Robertson’s “The murmuring rises and falls”

We were pleased to launch our fifth INSTALMENTS presentation at the end of last week. ✨Lotte Gertz‘Ashes’, 2012-2022colo...
14/11/2022

We were pleased to launch our fifth INSTALMENTS presentation at the end of last week. ✨

Lotte Gertz
‘Ashes’, 2012-2022
colour relief print, gouache and acrylic on Japanese paper
69 x 55 cm
27 1/8 x 21 5/8 in (framed)

We are delighted to have three wonderful works by Lotte Gertz, this work included, now hanging in the gallery.

To see the exhibition online, and to watch a new film made in conjunction with the presentation, please visit the link in our bio 🔗

For more information on the work in the presentation please don't hesitate to get in touch at [email protected]

Tickets are now available for the third lecture in Garry Fabian Miller’s series ‘The Light Gatherers’ at Bodleian Librar...
12/11/2022

Tickets are now available for the third lecture in Garry Fabian Miller’s series ‘The Light Gatherers’ at Bodleian Libraries, Oxford.

The third lecture, ‘Natural Magic, A Human Nature’, takes place on November 22nd 5-6pm. Tickets are free, however booking is required on the Bodleian’s website.

‘The Light Gatherers’ examines the central role of The Darkroom in Miller’s life and within chemical photography. Lectures 1 and 2 are now available to watch online.

Artwork: Garry Fabian Miller
‘Dancing Sun I’, 2020
Plant, Light, Lamda c-type print from due destruction print
38 x 38 cm/ 15 x 15 in




Yesterday we launched our fifth INSTALMENTS presentation. We are delighted to have three wonderful works by Lotte Gertz ...
11/11/2022

Yesterday we launched our fifth INSTALMENTS presentation. We are delighted to have three wonderful works by Lotte Gertz now hanging in the gallery.

For more information on the work in the presentation please don't hesitate to get in touch at [email protected]

To see the exhibition online, and to watch a new film made in conjunction with the presentation, please visit the link in our bio 🔗

An image of a large oil on canvas by the incomparable  concludes our posts from our stand  (closing at 6pm today). Brill...
16/10/2022

An image of a large oil on canvas by the incomparable concludes our posts from our stand (closing at 6pm today). Brilliant hues and magnificent mark making.

‘Pauline’s Presence’, 2022, oil on canvas, 179x209cm

Off with a great big bang 🔥Pleased to be back at Frieze London this week. You’ll find us at booth G11. For more informat...
12/10/2022

Off with a great big bang 🔥

Pleased to be back at Frieze London this week. You’ll find us at booth G11.

For more information and for previews please get in touch at [email protected]

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