Category: Art

The Ward: No More Secrets

The Ward: No More Secrets When I first saw Gideon Mendel’s photographs (part of The Ward exhibition) of John, Stephen, Ian and André, I thought how beautiful they are, and how brave. The pictures were taken in 1993, the same year a friend of mine died. He was an Irish artist. I wouldn’t ever have...

19 Oct 201718 Oct 2018

Barry Miles on pictures, publishing and Paul McCartney

Ahead of our Counterculture event at the end of October, author and cultural historian Barry Miles shares pages from his summer journal this year. He’s working on a new edition of In the Sixties and is selecting images, which triggers great memories. “If you can remember the 60s, then you must be Barry Miles” – The...

13 Oct 201718 Oct 2018

Ingleby Gallery in residence during October Frieze Week

Ingleby Gallery in residence at the chapel present David Batchelor, Jonathan Owen, Kevin Harman and Peter Liversdge From Monday 2 – Thursday 5 October, during Frieze London 2017, Ingleby will present new works by David Batchelor, Kevin Harman, Peter Liversidge and Jonathan Owen in the exceptional, jewel-like interior of the Fitzrovia Chapel. For further information...

26 Sep 201718 Oct 2018

The Ward by Gideon Mendel

‘With The Ward, by photographer Gideon Mendel, the first exhibition in our #lineage series, we set our intentions: to display our heritage through beautiful, contemplative experiences that reflect Pearson’s exquisite chapel. ‘The exhibition is a hopeful reminder of how far we have come in our treatment of Aids, both medically and socially. Pictures that were challenging and...

12 Sep 201718 Oct 2018