Century 100: Modern British Artists
22 October 2016 – 8 January 2017
One hundred works, spanning 100 years, by 100 different artists tell the story of 20th century British art.
Bringing together two of the UK's most extensive collections of 20th century British art, the Ingram Collection and the Jerwood Collection, curator James Russell seeks to display the inventiveness and emotional range of modern British art.
The exhibition features work by well-known artists like Dame Elisabeth Frink, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi and David Hockney, as well as local artists.
Displaying work by underrepresented women of the 20th century, including Eileen Agar, Rose Wylie and Dod Procter, the exhibition attempts to redefine the conception of British art during this period and the expectation of who produced it.